Global Ocean Science Education Workshop 2019

The College of Exploration was one of the co-organizers of the Global Ocean Science Education Workshop held outside Washington DC USA in November 2019.
See the website for more information https://www.coexploration.org/gose
 
Video Recordings
12:40 Lunch
Why Do We Need Seabed Mapping?
13:20 Panel II: Importance of Seabed Mapping for Society and Related Education Activities
Moderator: Paula Keener, Global Ocean Visions
 
 
 
 
 
Panelists:
Gordon Johnston, International Federation of Surveyors and AORA
Tommy Furey, Marine Institute, Ireland
Laura Brothers, U.S. Geological Survey
Nicola Bridge, National Marine Aquarium (UK) and European Marine Science
Educators Association
Robert Pani Pilla, Friends of Marine Life
 
14:10 Plenary IV: Seabed 2030 Report
Vicki Ferrini, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and Seabed 2030 Project
 
14:30 Breakout Group II: Integrating Seabed Mapping into Ocean Education/Ocean Literacy
Initiatives
Example Discussion Topics:
A. Using seabed mapping and bathymetry products in programs for museum and
aquarium audiences during the Decade
B. Using seabed mapping and bathymetry products in K-12 science
C. Using seabed mapping and bathymetry products in social science and humanities
D. Currently available seabed mapping resources and materials
E. Using the media and social media to highlight Seabed 2030 and other mapping
initiatives
15:10 Breakout Group II Reports