About the Course
As a global ecologist we will look deeper into the role that our own carbon footprint has on our oceans. We will learn about some of the creatures that we rely on in our everyday lives and how our actions are affecting them. Using models and the scientific method as our guideline we will do hands-on experiments in order to test our theories and come to our own conclusions! Our students will walk away with a better understanding of how they can make little changes to make a big difference.
• Create a working model of a coral reef
• Experiment and research the impact of pollution on the ecosystem
• Identify how we are all impacted by ocean acidification
• Discover how we each can make a difference
Live and Virtual
Gold Coast, FL, USA
Virtual | Schools | Scouts | Homeschool | Private Groups | Corporate Teams | Birthday Parties
This program can accommodate grades 2 through adults and was designed to be fun and educational.
Contact us to join our virtual class series.
Covers the following Science Standards-Big ideas: The Practice of Science, Science and Society; Interdependence; Earth Structures; Forms of Energy; The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models; Organization and Development of Living Organisms; Diversity and Evolution of Living Organisms; Earth Systems and Patterns.
During the virtual hands-on experience, you will join a 50-minute on-line class through Ring Central or Zoom or other virtual meeting application and work to create a Science and Art in Nature journal guided each step of the way by Youth Environmental Alliance ecology and gardening experts. You will prepare for the class in advance by collecting readily available materials and household recyclables.