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Coral Live 2018

Coral Live kicks off on October 29, live streaming from CARMABI Research Centre from the island of Curaçao in the Caribbean. Over the following two weeks, you will be able to provide your students with unique opportunities to connect and discuss science and geography with Digital Explorer field education team and marine scientists.

Jamie Buchanan-Dunlop, Digital Explorer Director, will be engaging students worldwide in the wonders of coral reefs and the human impact on these fragile ecosystems.

Broadcast via Digital Explorer’s YouTube Channel, classes around the world will be able to participate in 30 age-differentiated webcasts:

  • Live investigations: These are practical activities guided by the expedition team. They can be replicated in the classroom simultaneously. Our offer includes: the coral reef zone, coral food chain, coral feeding, incredible edible polyp, and ocean acidification.
  • Ask-Me Anything: Bring on the challenge! Jamie and Ellie are getting ready to answer questions from young people from around world. These sessions trigger great online and class discussions about marine science topics, geography, environmentalism, climate change and life as science communicators.

For best user experience, please use the step-by-step Coral Live Teacher Guidance offering lesson ideas, tips for using edtech and class preps for live-link ups. So sign up fast and send us your questions.

When scheduling your slot, please be aware of the time zones (GMT - Greenwich Mean Time is UTC, EDT – Eastern Standard Time is UTC-4,). You can use the timezone converter to make sure you register for the right slot. Please note: Daylight Savings ends in the USA for week 2.

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