- Guest speakers for classroom presentations
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about topics and availability
- Ask-an-Earth Scientist: Submit an Earth science question to one of our volunteer experts and read or search past questions and answers.
- Artemis CubeSat Kit and Curriculum that covers all aspects of spacecraft design in an online course in the public domain
- Voice of the Sea: archive of 10 seasons of the award-winning television show that travels throughout Hawaiʻi and the Pacific meeting researchers, scientists and cultural practitioners.
- Exploring Our Fluid Earth: a free, online curriculum, for Grades 6-12, teaches Environmental and Ocean Literacy through the topics of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. All resources and activities are aligned to and searchable via the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
- Sea Earth Atmosphere: SEA has content and student activities for grades 3, 4, 5. Standards alignment sorts content and activities by NGSS and Ocean Literacy Principles.
- OPIHI: Our Project in Hawaii’s Intertidal (OPIHI) is an ecological, citizen-science field survey project (grades 5–12) with classroom curricular materials.
- Ocean Atlas of Hawai‘i: A comprehensive description of the ocean around Hawai‘i — marine climate, water properties, currents, tides, and waves.
- Real-time data classroom activity using the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) Voyager data viewer (for Gr. 9-12). In this lesson plan, students make decisions for ocean recreational activities using real-time, forecast, and historical data on winds, waves, currents, ocean temperature, and more.
- Coral Bleaching Toolkit
Developed by the Coral Resilience Lab at the Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, this toolkit seeks to bring a tangible visualization of coral bleaching and will give students a better understanding of how ocean warming events and other stressors affect the health of corals
An online collaboration tool that matches ocean science researchers with educators, managers, and traditional practitioners in Hawai‘i based on compatibility and collaboration preferences.
- Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence
COSEE Island Earth is a collaborative initiative among university, government, research, and community partners to improve connections between scientists and educators, inform ocean science educational practices, and enhance ocean literacy in Hawai‘i.