Marine Education Resources for South Carolina K-12 Educators
Coastal Heritage Curriculum Connection
Curriculum guides for state science standards written to accompany each issue of Coastal Heritage, a quarterly publication of the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium.
The Bridge is a clearinghouse of marine science information for teachers and educators. It is hosted by VIMS/Sea Grant and co-managed by NMEA.
The JASON Project
The JASON Foundation for Education is dedicated to inspiring in students a lifelong passion to pursue learning in science, math, and technology through exploration and discovery.
Knowitall Web Portal
Knowitall.org, a portal designed and maintained by South Carolina Education Television, allows access to a wealth of educational content developed for classroom use by teachers and students. It also contains links to educational information, events, associations, and organizations for South Carolina educators.
NASA STEM Engagement
This site contains tools for students and the public to contribute to National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s work in exploration and discovery through STEM (science-technology-engineering-math) lessons and resources.
NOAA Education Resources
This site has been designed to help students, teachers, librarians, and the general public access the many educational activities, publications, and booklets that have been produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
NOAA’s Ocean Explorer
This site chronicles the adventures of NOAA’s at-sea science and education teams.
What If Scientific – Leave Only Bubbles
Leave Only Bubbles is a one-stop shop for marine science curricula for all ages and topics. Search videos, posters, books, models, activities, or equipment for use in your science class.
Sound in the Sea
Light travels only a few hundred meters into the ocean before it is absorbed. Sound can travel long distances and with great speed underwater. Oceanographers, submariners, whales, dolphins, seals, in short, all working or living in the ocean rely on sound to sense their surrounds, to communicate, and to navigate. Sound in the Sea introduces teachers and students to the science and uses of Sound in the Sea.
The College of Charleston’s Project Oceanica integrates education with science exploration. The site contains aerial photos, seafloor mapping information, COASTeam curricula, and other useful resources.