Conservation and the Coral Reef World - Online Workshop forEducators (fwd)
- Hi Guys
Something for all of you guyse -- as Lundie Spence (who sent this to me)
says "sign on quick"!
>Martin Keeley & Claudette Upton
>NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC sponsored Online Coral Workshop
>with support from the NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Program, University
>of Southern California Sea Grant, and The College of Exploration
> Hi everyone
> We wanted to inform you of an exciting forthcoming workshop we are
> hosting entitled Conservation and the Coral Reef World.
> This is a free online workshop for teachers and educators, sponsored by
>the Sustainable Seas Expedition and National Geographic, NOAA, USC Sea
>Grant is designed to bring explorers, scientists and teachers together
>for four weeks of learning about the oceans and coral.
> All activities are Web-based so the only thing you need to bring is
> The program will be running February 4 to March 1 2002.
> If you are interested in finding out more about this project and want
>to register to participate, please go to our website:
>As part of this workshop we are pleased to send you a complimentary copy
>of the National Geographic Society's Coral Reef Map and "Coral Reefs -
>An English Compilation of Activities for Middle School Students." These
>teaching materials are also available in Spanish for those who may
>require them. All materials will be mailed to you following your
>registration for the online workshop.
>Please pass this information on to friends or colleagues who may be
>interested in participating.
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