Marine resources

Junior Sea Doctors

This interactive website exploring the Salish Sea is offered by the SeaDoc Society https://www.juniorseadoctors.com/ .  The kids section has "Creature Features", interactive games, including a Salish Sea Heroes section which showcases educational and inspiring stewardship action videos + 2 Tedx videos composed by two students from BC! 

https://www.juniorseadoctors.com/blog/2020/4/9/video-protect-the-oceans-protect

-ourselves  >> This site also offers learning resources that align well with BC’s curriculum

Ocean Networks Canada

Ocean Networks provide continuous live ocean video feeds and a diverse selection of ocean science course offerings. Ocean Networks have something for everyone including crafts and activities they co-created with Girl Guides Canada) https://oceannetworks.ca/online-ocean-science-resources-knowtheocean

CaNOE (Canadian Network for Oceans Education)

CaNOE is offering an online curated educational resources library:  http://oceanliteracy.ca/resources-for-educators/ .  They are also preparing to launch some exciting new online lessons for families, check the website for updates! 

DFO: Stream to Sea Program

DFO is offering a variety of activities and lessons that can be downloaded (in French and English) at www.StreamtoSea.ca There are resources linked to salmon for beginner and advanced learners! 

ABOUT US 

The North Coast Ecology Centre Society aims to create a permanent education centre in Prince Rupert that highlights the region’s ecological richness.

Website photos by Megan Baker, Brandon Broderick, Caitlin Birdsall.
 

North Coast Ecology Centre Society. 2103 Seal Cove Circle, Prince Rupert, BC. www,northcoastecologycentresociety.com