Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Teachers, The Maritime Aquarium’s Education Department provides a variety of workshops to help you achieve your goals! In all programs for teachers, we demonstrate ways that Long Island Sound, the Aquarium and marine life can be used to teach standards-based science. We model activities that can be done in the classroom, as well as during field trips to the Aquarium and at other relevant sites, such as local beaches and salt marshes.
Through immersive experiences and group discussions centered around the NGSS, this two-day workshop is designed to introduce teachers unfamiliar with the NGSS to three-dimensional learning and what it can look like in their classrooms. Participants will begin to appreciate what it will take to understand the NGSS deeply and move the vision into practice. They will see the value in the vision and learn about steps that can be taken to continue their learning.
Climate science and how our communities can better prepare for environmental threats related to a changing climate are the focus of this new collaboration between The Maritime Aquarium and the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Includes excellent topics for implementing the Next Generation Science Standards in middle and high school. One-day “Sound Resilience” teacher workshops will introduce many valuable classroom resources and demonstrate how this new program will benefit your students.
Free to all middle- and high-school teachers. Teachers from schools in these communities receive a $100 stipend for attending: Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, Westport, Wilton, Weston, Fairfield, Bridgeport and Stratford.
With advance reservations, teachers can preview our standard IMAX movies at any public screening for free. Click here to see what’s playing on the day you want to visit.
If you have not experienced a Marine Life Encounter Cruise, we want you aboard! From May through Labor Day, you can join us on any regularly scheduled public Marine Life Encounter Cruise aboard our unique hybrid-electric research vessel at no charge.
For both the free movies and cruises, advance reservations are required. These offers are for qualified licensed educators currently teaching in CT, NY, or NJ, with proper school ID only. Accompanying friends and family members of educators must purchase tickets.
Book your movie seat and/or cruise ticket by calling our Reservations Office: 203-852-0700, ext. 2206, Monday through Friday 9:30 - 4:30.