BC Ministry of Environment, Lands and
Phone: (250) 356-7111
Fax: (250) 387-8584
WATER STEWARDSHIP: A GUIDE FOR TEACHERS<
STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY GROUPS. This 194-page binder is full of information
and activities for grades K-12 to help develop water literacy and encourage
stewardship projects. Cost: $20.
A LIST OF E-RESOURCES www.schoolfile.com/lessonplans/oceans/oceans.htm
site contains a list of resources, lesson plans and related scientific sites
on oceans. Students can swim with a dolphin or take a virtual voyage to mark
International Year of the Ocean 1998.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://whale.wheelock.edu/Welcome.html WhaleNethas established Internet communication between students,
researchers and educators from around the world to share and use research
data, collaborative learning techniques and field experience to enhance environmental
awareness and interest in science and mathematics. Also provided are class
activities to supplement marine biology and science courses.
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