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Friday, July 9
Track A Sessions—9:45 a.m. – 10:35 a.m. • Back to top
Marine Reserves and Conservation Issues in Oregon’s State Waters Paul Englemeyer, Dave Lacey
Ten Mile Creek Sanctuary
Becoming a Paleobotanist to Study Ancient Climate Fawn Custer
Learning about Marine Debris through Ongoing Research, Inquiry, and Cross-curricular Activities Helen Farr
Coos Bay Public Schools

Trish Mace
Pregon Institute of Marine Biology
NOAA’s Pacific Northwest B-WET Grants Program: Making Education Meaningful Robert Steelquist
NOAA, Pacific Northwest B-WET
Track B Sessions—10:45 a.m. – 11:35 a.m. • Back to top
Connecting Community & Schools to a Large-scale urban Watershed Enhancement Program Anne Nelson
City of Portland
Return of the Plankton: A video Overview of the Seasons Underwater John F. Williams
Still Hope Productions
Teaching at the Beach Amy Stephenson
Tsunamis in Oregon Alicia Lyman-Holt
Hinsdale Wave Research Lab
Track C Session—2:00 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. • Back to top
Integrating On-line Learning with Hands-on Volunteer Training Giovannina Souers, Janice Mathisen
Seattle Aquarium
Hypoxia in Oregon and Washington: Using Data to Understand the “Dead Zones” Sarah Mikulak, Amy Sprenger
The Oregon Coast Education Program – Bringing the Coast into Your Classroom (Session continues in Track D) Tom Gaskill, Jenna Kulluson,
Brianna Patterson, Zach Allen
South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
Connecting Students, Science, and Stream Restoration Cara Ianni
Stilly-Snohomish Fisheries Enhancement Task Force
Track D Sessions—3:00 p.m. – 3:50 p.m. • Back to top
Teaching in Place: Addressing Nature Deficit Disorder Through Community Partnerships Patrick Willis
OSU Extension Faculty
Teaching Science Content and Process through Classroom Experiments and Field Explorations Trish Mace
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
Youth and Field Research – A WIN WIN Virginia Tafdaewether, Jack Chapman
Mid-Coast Watersheds Council
Continued: The Oregon Coast Education Program – Bringing the Coast into Your Classroom Tom Gaskill, Jenna Kulluson,
Brianna Patterson, Zach Allen,
South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
Saturday, July 10
Track E Sessions—9:15 a.m. – 10:05 a.m. • Back to top
Using Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) to Explore Creeks and the Fish in Them Mark Gullickson
Central Elementary, Albany, OR
Better Catch: Sustainable Seafood Activities for Formal and Informal Educators Wade Janzen
Vancouver Aquarium
Open-source Curriculum: Creating an Inquiry-based Marine Science Education Program on the Olympic Coast Kent Chapple
Olympic Park Institute
Investigating Sociocultural Processes within the Context of Place-Based Learning Noreene M. Ignelzi
San Juan Nature Institute
Track F Sessions—10:15 a.m. – 11:05 a.m. • Back to top
From Screens to Streams: Using Web-based Technology as a Bridge to the Outdoors Ryan Johnson,Traci Price
Freshwater Trust
New Marine Fisheries Curriculum from the Northwest Center for Sustainable Resources Wynn W. Cudmore
Northwest Center for Sustainable Resources, Chemeketa Community College
Exploring Communities through Quests Cait Goodwin
Oregon Sea Grant
Teaching Climate Change Issues and Impacts
(Session continues in Track G)
Vicki Osis
Track G Sessions—11:15 a.m. – 12:05 p.m. • Back to top
Beyond the Beach: Creating a Sense of Wonder with Pier Peer Nighttime Adventures Gabielle Byrne
People for Puget Sound
Strategies for Culturally Relevant Marine Education about the Changing Ocean Marilyn Sigman, Nora Deans
COSEE Alaska
Salmon Watch and Student Stewardship Projects Kim Carson
Freshwater Trust
Teaching Climate Change Issues and Impacts Vicki Osis

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