Applications are due March 18.
About the Institute
Join us to examine the role that humans have played in the stability and change of Monterey Bay. Explore our vibrant, local environment through field investigations. Make conservation issues and action relevant to students through development of a sense of place. Topics may include climate change science; physics, chemistry and biology of the kelp forest; plastic pollution; and sustainable seafood. Sessions will be held at the Monterey Bay Aquarium and local field sites.
- The institute is free
- A stipend of $100 is available upon completion of the program
- Credit units are available through CSU Monterey Bay for an additional fee
- Full-time 9th through 12th grade teachers
- Teams of two to four teachers from the same or nearby schools; interdisciplinary teams encouraged
- Attend all summer sessions
- Use the curriculum materials and technology applications with your students
- Participate in the Aquarium's online professional development community
Related Classroom Activities
How to Apply
- Past participant, high school teacher
Monterey Bay Aquarium