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Lim, Voon-Ching; Richter, Isabell; Fadzil, Kamal Solhaimi; Goh, Hong Ching – Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 2023
Fish bombing impacts the marine ecosystem and local communities adversely, but is still being practiced in Sabah, Malaysia. To encourage more sustainable fishing practices, a creative educational strategy using a comic book was developed and evaluated in a marine protected area in Sabah. Questionnaire surveys and focus group discussions with 120…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cartoons, Agricultural Occupations, Sustainability
Fowler, Kelsie – ProQuest LLC, 2022
This dissertation features a set of three sub-studies situated within a larger Critical Participatory Ethnography investigating how participatory science unfolds between youth and scientists to address issues of marine plastic pollution. Collectively the papers provide insights into how to navigate the slippery, but necessary, terrain of teaching…
Descriptors: Youth, Scientists, Marine Biology, Pollution
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Papastavrou, Vassili; Ryan, Conor – Research Ethics, 2023
Conducting marine mammal research can raise several important ethical issues. For example, the continuation of whaling for commercial purposes despite the international moratorium provides opportunities for scientists to obtain data and tissue samples. In 2021 we analysed 35 peer-reviewed papers reporting research based on collaborations with…
Descriptors: Ethics, Standards, Scientific Research, Animals
Isaac Spencer Rosenthal – ProQuest LLC, 2023
Giant kelp ("Macrocystis pyrifera") forests are icons of marine beauty, acting as critical marine ecosystems with great ecological and economic value. Kelp forests are hot spots for biodiversity and provide myriad ecosystem services such as nursery habitat for commercial fisheries, nutrient cycling, wave attenuation, as well as…
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Science Education, Ecology, Marine Biology
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Khastini, Rida Oktorida; Nihan, Aditya Rahman Kintu; Murni, Dewi; Martiani, Susi – Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn), 2023
This study aimed to determine the utilization of research results of the selection of marine fungi for milkfish ("Chanos chanos") feed. The study was conducted in stages, starting with identifying the issues in the learning activities of biotechnology concepts, followed by experiments to identify research methods and products, selecting…
Descriptors: Marine Biology, Biological Sciences, Animals, Animal Husbandry
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2021
The Essential Principles and Fundamental Concepts described in Version 3 of this guide represent content that does not fall neatly within traditional science disciplines, but rather supports a focus on integrated science. Many Fundamental Concepts illustrate more than one Essential Principle. This guide presents a vision of an ocean-literate…
Descriptors: Oceanography, Scientific Concepts, Science Instruction, Elementary Secondary Education
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Massarani, Luisa; Ibanes Aguiar, Bruna; Magalhães de Araujo, Juliana; Scalfi, Graziele; Kauano, Rafael; Bizerra, Alessandra – Science Education, 2022
In this study, we use a mixed methods approach to analyze the conversational content and interactions constituting five family groups' visits to the Marine Aquarium of Rio de Janeiro (AquaRio), the largest marine aquarium in South America, to understand how families interact with science and construct meaning regarding science and conservation.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Recreational Facilities, Family (Sociological Unit), Marine Biology
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Anderson, Brendan M.; Herleman, Katherine C.; Ebey, Chris; Haas, Don – Journal of Geoscience Education, 2022
Climate change portends significant harms to humans and biodiversity but public knowledge of relevant scientific information remains limited. As societal changes and investment are essential to addressing anthropogenic climate change, efforts to better promote both civic science literacy and public awareness of climate change impacts are urgently…
Descriptors: Climate, Ecology, Oceanography, Educational Television
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Nguyen, Ha – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2022
Conversational agents can deepen reasoning and encourage students to build on others' knowledge in collaborative learning. Embedding agents in group work, however, presents challenges where groups may ignore the agents, and this calls for designs where students perceive agents as learning partners. This study examines group interactions with two…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Cooperative Learning, High School Students, Marine Biology
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2020
The Essential Principles and Fundamental Concepts described in Version 3 of this guide represent content that does not fall neatly within traditional science disciplines, but rather supports a focus on integrated science. Many Fundamental Concepts illustrate more than one Essential Principle. This guide presents a vision of an ocean-literate…
Descriptors: Oceanography, Scientific Concepts, Science Instruction, Elementary Secondary Education
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Evans, Ciaran – Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education, 2022
This article demonstrates how data from a biology paper, which analyzes the relationship between mass and metabolic rate for two species of marine bryozoan, can be used to teach a variety of regression topics to both introductory and advanced students. A thorough analysis requires intelligent data wrangling, variable transformations, and…
Descriptors: Regression (Statistics), Metabolism, Animals, Marine Biology
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Richlen, Mindy L.; Curran, Mary Carla; Chadwick, Christina; Hubbard, Katherine A. – Science Activities: Projects and Curriculum Ideas in STEM Classrooms, 2022
The Earth's oceans are home to a diverse array of life, from large marine mammals to microscopic organisms. Among the most important are the marine phytoplankton, which comprise the basis of marine food webs, and also produce a large percentage of the Earth's oxygen through photosynthesis. Although the vast majority of phytoplankton are essential…
Descriptors: Oceanography, Science Activities, Marine Biology, Marine Education
San Antonio, Christine Marie – ProQuest LLC, 2021
American lobster, "Homarus americanus," H Milne Edwards 1837, are an ecologically, economically, and culturally valuable marine resource for the coastal communities in the Gulf of Maine (GoM). The American lobster fishery is the most valuable commercial fishery in the United States, supporting thousands of jobs and generating hundreds of…
Descriptors: Climate, Mineralogy, Genetics, Animals
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Costa, Dimítri de Araújo; de Lucena, Reinaldo Farias Paiva; Christoffersen, Martin Lindsey; Piñeiro-Corbeira, Cristina; Dolbeth, Marina – Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 2022
This work aimed to raise ocean awareness of 6th-grade students using marine invertebrates and integrating ludic activities within the curricula. Forty-two students from two public elementary schools from Northeast Brazil were selected. A pre-experimental design with pre-test/post-test was followed, using a questionnaire on…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Grade 6, Oceanography, Elementary School Students
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Tuaputty, Hasan; Alimudi, Saiful; Irene, Ine; Latuperissa, L. N.; Donkor, Anthony Kudjo – Journal of Biological Education Indonesia (Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia), 2023
The learning process must actively involve students and provide opportunities for them to study and prove the theories they learn. This study determined the influence of the application of Project-Besad Learning (PjBL) using a laboratory approach on learning outcomes and critical thinking in marine biology. This study used a descriptive…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Active Learning, Outcomes of Education, Teaching Methods
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