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Educator Workshops

 
  Cabrillo Marine Aquarium regularly offers free workshops for educators who want to bring ocean science into the classroom.  To register for any upcoming workshop, please call 310-548-7562.

Key to the Sea Educator Workshop
Learn how you can be the "Key to the Sea!" This beach-based education program teaches students about storm drain pollution, watershed stewardship and how we're all connected to the ocean. Key to the Sea field trips are free and are for K-5th grade. Teachers are required to attend this full-day educator workshop in order to participate. The workshop provides curriculum and materials for classroom activities.

For more information about the Key to the Sea program and to register for a teacher workshop, visit the Heal the Bay web site at www.healthebay.org

• Saturday, February 21, 2015 • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

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Underwater ROV Workshop
Discover the amazing world or underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) by building your own from scratch! In this beginner level, hands-on workshop, participants will construct underwater ROVs in groups. We'll do everything from constructing the frame to wiring the control box and waterproofing motors.

At the end of the workshop day, participants will compete in a challenge that will help determine the design of the ROV. Hints and tips will be provided for how to add this activity to your classroom or club and what to expect if you decide to compete at the annual MATE ROV competition. This is an introductory level workshop, no engineering experience necessary.

Registration required: 310-548-7562
Fee: FREE

• Saturday, March 07, 2015 • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
 
   
 
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