ECOGIG Presents: School's Out Science!

ECOGIG Presents: School's Out Science!

March 19, 2020

Please join us for a series of fun, ocean themed webinars via Zoom and/or YouTube live!!

NOTE: All webinars will be available via Zoom and YouTube Live at the times listed below and will last approximately 30 to 45 minutes. Please note that Zoom will only be available to the first 100 attendees and you must pre-register. To join via YouTube Live please subscribe to ECOGIG's YouTube channel. After you subscribe, you should receive a notification when we go live!

UPCOMING WEBINARS:

School's out science - Chemosynthesis, What's That?

Wednesday, April 1st @ 1pm EDT

Join us online for a discussion about chemosynthesis - what it is and why it is important, especially in the ocean! All grade levels are welcome, but most appropriate for middle school (5th-8th) ages.

Register here

School's out science - Deep Sea Adaptations!

Wednesday, April 8th @ 1pm EDT

Join us online for a discussion about how animals live and thrive in the deep sea! All grade levels are welcome, but most appropriate for middle school (5th-8th) ages.

Register here



PRIOR WEBINARS - AVAILABLE TO VIEW ON YOUTUBE:

School's out science - Why is the ocean important?

Wednesday, March 25th @ 1pm EDT

Join us online for a discussion about why the ocean is important and how we can protect it! All grade levels are welcome, but most appropriate for middle school (5th-8th) ages.

View on YouTube

School's out science - How do we explore the ocean?

Monday, March 30th @ 1pm EDT

Join us online for a discussion about how and why we explore the ocean! All grade levels are welcome, but most appropriate for middle school (5th-8th) ages.

View on YouTube

School's out science - Chemosynthesis, What's That?

Wednesday, April 1st @ 1pm EST

Join us online for a discussion about chemosynthesis - what it is and why it is important, especially in the ocean! All grade levels are welcome, but most appropriate for middle school (5th-8th) ages.

View on YouTube

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