Educator Workshop: Local Seafood in Maine Schools5 PM–7:30 PM | Gulf of Maine Research Institute | Public
Come learn about and experience activities from GMRI's new Local Seafood in Maine Schools curriculum designed for students in grades 5-9.
Come learn about GMRI's new curriculum module focused on the importance of seafood across communities and cultures and celebrating its environmental, economic and nutritional benefits. Lessons are aligned to Maine middle school science, health and social studies standards and are designed to help students share, connect and learn about fish and seafood both locally and globally.
During the workshop, participants will have an opportunity to experience and explore activities and resources in the curriculum, talk with GMRI staff about sea to school partnerships in the region and connect with other educators in the area.
This workshop is suitable for both formal and informal educators working with middle school and high school aged youth as well as those engaged in farm and sea to school partnerships.
See the full curriculum here: https://teach.gmri.org/curriculum/modules/44-seafood-in-schools/
- This workshop is FREE
- Dinner will be provided
- Snow Date: Friday, January 19th
This curriculum and event have been developed with support from the Henry P. Kendall Foundation.