Attention, Teachers! Kick Off Your Summer with a Hands-on Educational Workshop at BIOS

Every summer, an international group of educators spend six days at BIOS experiencing life at a dynamic marine research station and exploring new ways to share science with their own students. The interdisciplinary workshop topics range from cutting-edge underwater robotics, to scientific exploration past and present, to how we can protect rare and threatened species and habitats.  All workshop activities are keyed to and supported by Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core objectives. And yes, there is also coral reef snorkeling, cave swimming, and time to experience the charming UNESCO World Heritage Site of neighboring St. George’s.

This year's workshop runs between June 20-25thApplications are now available. Enrollment is limited to twelve participants. Interested in learning more? View one teacher’s experience here.