Exploring the deep at the Georgia Aquarium (Homeschool)

The Georgia Aquarium is excited to announce their new 2017-18 homeschool year programming.  This year Tuesdays In the Field are filled with exciting new and different topics each month.  The Aquarium has taken special care to ensure that lessons come to life by cultivating our student’s curiosities at Tuesdays in the Field.

During these programs, homeschool students and their accompanying adult will have exclusive access the Aquariums interactive Aquanaut Adventure.  This is a discovery zone for a unique self-paced experience.  Georgia Aquarium Educators will be throughout the Adventure area and in their classrooms to guide a variety of “standards-based” activities for all students K-12.  This will help to further engage all students in the investigation of the scientific process.

After exploring the discovery area families are invited down to the main floor to view the galleries, AT&T Dolphin Celebration, Sun Trust Pier 225 and the 4D Funbelievable Theater,

For more details and ticking information please visit the Ga Aquarium online www.georgiaaquarium.org/homeschool

 

Education Enrichment and Enhancement Opportunities for Teachers at the Aquarium.

Right downtown in our own backyard, an oasis of educational fun awaits children of all ages at the Georgia Aquarium.  The Aquarium has taken much pride in creating educational programming for students and teachers.  For Educators of grade 6-12, the Aquarium in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will present a professional development day from 8am-4pm.

Educators are invited to join NOAA OER staff to learn more about the importance of ocean exploration, current exploration technologies, and recent deep=sea discoveries.  This will be a full day of workshops, hands-on activities, and resources to help guide classroom teaching and learning.  Registration is required and space is limited.  Register online by October 13, 2017, at georgiaaquarium.org/pd

For more information visit oceanexplorer.noaa.gov

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