This project offers education programs, courses and community sessions for all ages! Each program focuses on engaging participants to help conserve our environment and promote awareness in the community towards environmental issues and ways each of us can help to protect it. O.C.E.A.N Education (Ocean, Conservation & Education of Animals & Nature) Programs for schools complement Australian school curriculum and engages students to learn and connect with and care for the natural environment. We offer community education programs and presentations. Participants in our community education programs, learn how to identify different kinds of dolphin species in their area, the basics of all cetacean biology and ecology, conservation issues and how to help conservation efforts. We also have a colourful and informative community education stall that we travel with to different events in South East Queensland and the Northern New South Wales region.
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Will supply 1 school student with an information booklet about dolphins and marine conservation
Will supply 1 school student with an information booklet about dolphins and marine conservation PLUS materials for them to participate in a marine science activity
Gives 1 child a full scholarship to attend a Journey for Dolphins primary school program
Will develop multi-media online resources for schools that provides specific information about marine species and conservation`
Will educate 1 class of high school students about marine science and conservation
Will educate 1 class of primary school students about marine science and conservation
Will educate 50 primary school students about marine science and conservation
Will support the development of interactive resources and lesson plans for schools that can be accessed remotely by teachers for students to learn about the biology, ecology, and conservation of whales, dolphins and the oceans
Will deliver education programs to 200 primary and high school students in Northern New South Wales and South East Queensland to raise awareness and empower students to connect and are for the marine environment