Teaching about climate change in secondary schools?
We are looking for a secondary school to pilot our newest Beaty Box
in May & June!
The theme for this Beaty Box is the interconnectedness of marine organisms and the impact of climate change.
One complimentary two-week booking is available
. Additional summer bookings may be offered at a discount.
Under this theme, students can learn more about:
- The relationships between the littlest and largest creatures in the ocean
- The impact of extinction and climate change on marine food webs
- The role of sustainable practices in shaping the future of the ocean
By the end of the lesson, your group should feel more comfortable describing the relationships between organisms and the way they are impacted by climate change.
To participate in the pilot program: Submit a booking request through our website
and mention "Marine Life Pilot
" in the discount section. This free pilot program is available to the first booking request received, and must be booked between May 15 to June 30. Feedback, comments, and suggestions provided to the Beaty Biodiversity Museum are required as part of this program. The Marine Life Beaty Box must be picked up and returned to the museum in person.Look for the Marine Life Beaty Box to officially launch and be available to book for your classroom in Fall 2019!