Citizen Science Projects

Learn how you can participate in citizen science projects. Did you know snapping mountain-top photos of smog and listening for frog calls can help scientists? Get ideas for how you can participate in citizen science—projects in which volunteers and scientists work together to answer real-world questions and gather data.  Read more:

Ocean Exploration Trust

Education Resources Our STEAM education resources are designed for learners in schools, at home, or in their community and include national-standard aligned activities, facilitation guides, engineering design challenges, and creative projects. Designed by educators, these resources are free for explorers at every age and stage. Read more:

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DNA is helpful to know about in Applied Science. For more information email:

Ocean First

We are a sea of knowledge. You are the sponge. Seventy percent of the Earth is covered by water. The ocean provides most of the oxygen we breathe. It’s a major source of the world’s food supply. Many promising medical breakthroughs lie beneath its surface. There’s a big picture many miss. Whether you know it […]

Massachusetts Coastal and Ocean Education Guide for K-12 Teachers

Find K-12 educational resources that cover coastal and ocean issues compiled by the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management (CZM). The following index lists educational resources that cover coastal and ocean issues, with a special focus on Massachusetts-based programs and K-12 materials. The index is alphabetized and broken down into the following categories: Curricula/Educational Programs […]

K-12 Education: Stream to Sea-Canadian Government

For more than 30 years, Fisheries and Oceans has supported educators in British Columbia and the Yukon who teach their students to understand, respect and protect freshwater, estuarine and marine ecosystems, and to recognize how all humans are linked to these complex environments. The Stream to Sea strategy guides DFO’s Ecosystem Management Branch – Stream to Sea […]

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