To maximize students’ opportunity to build and apply essential skills, GMRI supports teachers as they work to extend authentic science learning for students back in the classroom and across their educational experiences. Through our resources, students become scientists as they participate in current, real scientific research efforts. They explore issues of climate change and changing ecosystems right here in the Gulf of Maine region.
Curriculum Resources Platform
We've aggregated our curriculum resources into one platform, where you can explore the full range resources we've developed in support of educators and middle school learners.
Whether it's extending the impact of the LabVenture experience into classrooms throughout the state, or connecting students with scientists as they collect and contribute data in support of ongoing real world research efforts, we've worked to incorporate curriculum resources into a multitude of our educational projects.
Despite the challenges brought on throughout the last year, we're looking back at some of our favorite moments from 2020. These selected stories feature staff …
In a goodbye message to the GMRI community, departing Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Andrew Pershing shares his wishes for the Gulf of Maine.
In the United States, the Gulf of Maine is the only region where fresh kelp is produced and sold at scale. We checked in with …
Students in public schools across New England will soon have an opportunity to eat and learn about Gulf of Maine seafood.