In addition to the resources on this page, our extension faculty and specialists provide occasional workshops on various marine topics to educators in their area. Learn more about those events on our News page.
Florida Marine Science Educators Association is a principal umbrella group for professionals with this concern. An annual meeting is held in spring.
League of Environmental Educators of Florida. The “LEEFlet” newsletter includes selected websites and description of resource materials.
Ocean Sciences Education Teacher Resource Center, The Bridge. Contains a wealth of information on marine science education.
Sea Grant Marine Advisory Services, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, Gloucester Point, VA 23062
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. NOAA, whose mission is to guide our use and protection of ocean and coastal resources, is the parent agency of Sea Grant. This education site is for teachers, students, and the general public.
NOAA photograph library. Spans centuries of time and much of the natural world from the center of the Earth to the surface of the sun.
Sea Grant marinecareers.net is a great place to further your search. It is based on the publication, “Marine Science Careers,” which can be ordered from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Sea Grant, 193 Oyster Pond Road, Woods Hole, MA 02543-1525.
The National Estuary Program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is a place to start learning about estuaries.
The National Sea Grant Office is linked to numerous NOAA sites and the national Sea Grant network.
Educator Labs, is a volunteer-based organization that conducts free research for educators. The organization fosters engagement among retired teachers and librarians. If you’re looking for a specific resource you don’t see on here, visit the Request a Resource page and Educator Labs will work on getting you the best available teaching material.