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PD Opportunity: Massachusetts Marine Educators Annual Meeting and Conference

5 Apr 2022 7:48 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Would you like to know how to use ocean examples in your classroom?  

Do you want to know how to teach the MA STE standards using ocean concepts in addition to terrestrial?

Join us at the Massachusetts Marine Educators (MME) 46th Annual Meeting and Conference in Woods Hole


April 30, 2022, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.



Theme: Ocean and Coastal Data



Key note speakers:

Dr. Sheri White, Sr. Engineer, WHOI
The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI): Collecting Long-Term Coastal and Global Time Series Data

Dr. Mark Borrelli, Coastal Geologist, Center for Coastal Studies and UMASS Boston
Mapping Storm Tide Pathways: Coastal Storms, Sea Level Rise and Emergency Response



The MME conference features workshops for elementary, middle, and high school teachers. You'll receive tips, activities, data sets, and more resources you can use in your classroom. 

But the conference is not just for classroom teachers! MME welcomes informal educators as well. MME is “casting our net” far and wide for new members and conference attendees and we want you!


Early Bird, Regular and Student registrations include the 2022-2023 MME membership and all conference activities. Check the website for workshops.

Early Bird: $90 (by April 15)
Regular: $95 after April 15
Full-time Student: $45 early bird, $50 reg., $55 walk-in
Walk-in: $100 (lunch not guaranteed)


Check out the conference agenda
on the MME website.



Hosted by WHOI and Woods Hole Sea Grant.

QuestionsContact Grace Simpkins,


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