How Well do You Know the Ocean?

Dear Students,

Welcome to the Ocean Literacy Course! By going through the 7 key principles of this course you will develop an understanding of how everyone is connected to the ocean, and how the ocean impacts our lives as much as we impact the ocean.

In the Ocean Literacy course you will have the chance to earn badges by completing each section of the course. There are also bonus badges to be won by completing the assignments. Click on the badge you would like to earn to get started:

Dear Teachers,

Welcome to the Middle School level Ocean Literacy Course on the Ocean Wise Online Learning Environment. On this platform we have created an international course based on 7 key principles designed to develop an understanding of how humans impact the ocean and how the ocean influences humans for secondary level students. This course is geared towards grades 7 to 9, or ages 11 to 14.

You may use this resources as you wish, choose to do the full course or just a few of the sections. There is a How to Manual for navigating the site, as well as a video.

Under the heading Classroom Tools you will find additional support resources at your disposal, such as lesson plans, activities and worksheets under Teacher Resources.

Any questions? Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.


REGISTRATION

Teacher Registration:

As a teacher, community leader, or home educator, you may join the platform first. This will allow you to view your students’ work and create accounts for students. Visit this link, and register using the code Teacher.

https://education.ocean.org/oceanlitmid/assistant/

Student Registration:

Students in the Middle School and Secondary level course may create their own accounts and profiles on the Ocean Literacy learning platform. We suggest having a general discussion with students about online privacy first, and ensuring they do not use their last names in their profiles to protect their privacy. To register, use the following link and the code Student

https://education.ocean.org/oceanlitemid/register/

If you click the Register button in the top right hand corner of the screen and create an account, this will automatically register you at the student level. If you are a teacher or educator and need to be promoted to the proper access level, please contact us with your username.



If you have any questions or feedback for the Ocean Literacy Course, please contact onlinelearning@ocean.org

For the Secondary School Level (Grade 10-12, age 15-18): https://education.ocean.org/oceanlitsec

For the Elementary School Level (Grade 3-6, age 7-11): https://education.ocean.org/oceanlitelem/

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Adventure, Exploration and Education

Posted by Rachael B-I on November 23rd, 2017

The Volvo Ocean Race is often described as the longest and toughest professional sporting event in the world, sailing’s toughest team challenge and one of the sport’s Big Three events, alongside the Olympics and America’s Cup. With 11 legs, sailing across the world, teams will battle the ocean, weather and tides to prove themselves the best in the world. This is also the perfect opportunity for students around the world to connect with the powerful message that VOR is sending - we are all responsible for the ocean.


VOR has developed a number of Educational Resources for teachers to utilize in coordination with the race. With sustainability at its heart, the Education team at VOR has created an interactive and wide variety of activities and lesson plans to connect students with sailing, sustainability and ocean plastics. Resources are available for ages 8 to 12, with worksheets, booklets, power point presentations and more. available for you to interact with your students.

This is is particularly special, as the United Nations has sent a team into the race. Turn the Tide on Ocean Plastics is sailing the message about marine plastics across the globe.


Follow the live race feed on the VOR Dashboard

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