This online catalogue includes materials and resources that focus on Long Island Sound and its watershed or on other applicable lessons such as general estuarine science. The resources listed are classified according to grade-level, type of resource, and content. Scroll down and click a tag to begin exploring!
Questions or comments about the catalogue? Contact Jimena Perez-Viscasillas or Robert Burg at [email protected].
A number of science education experiences that are Long Island Sound- based onsite or classroom visit. This project meets Next… Read More
NESS provides STEM based learning onsite or classroom visit, See website for information and brochure. This project meets Next Generation… Read More
Study winter biodiversity, including plankton and migrating waterfowl, as you seek out some of the seals that winter in Long… Read More
This unique program focuses on the physical aspects of the world’s oceans. Students collect and examine plankton samples to spark… Read More
This program provides a fieldwork experience designed to link directly to the AP Environmental Science curriculum. Students collect water samples… Read More
Marine life study cruise with focus on taxonomy of plankton – sharks and conservation issues facing Norwalk Harbor and Long… Read More
Marine life study cruise with focus on examining the diets and interrelationships of Long Island Sound animals. This project follows… Read More
Marine life study cruise with focus on adaptations of the animals living in LIS. This project meets Next Generation Science… Read More
Hands-on, inquiry, critical thinking, STEM, and Next Generation Science Standards support, onsite or classroom visit. Read More
UConn Early College Experience (ECE) is an opportunity for students to take UConn courses while still in high school. MARN… Read More