The SeaPerch program is a great way to get students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). SeaPerch easily aligns to the national science standards and lends itself well to interdisciplinary projects. As we travel the world spreading SeaPerch, educators are creatively integrating this project into their classroom.
SeaPerch Classroom Connection Ideas
Ideas for how teachers can integrate SeaPerch into their classrooms, apply it to difference national science education standards, assign activities that broaden its scope into non-science and technology disciplines, and show how it has a wide variety of practical applications.
SeaPerch Games for Students (PDF, 472kb)
Hunt for Red October (77.12 KB)
Measurement of the Depth of the Ocean (90.10 KB)
Student-Designed Modification of SeaPerch (104.16 KB)
One of the most important aspects of SeaPerch, and one that differentiates it from similar programs, is that it includes training for teachers. The two methods of training are online, either with a webcast or video training modules, or on-site training. The on-site training is offered in several locations at set times throughout the year, and if the teacher has travel funds available for hotel, transportation and travel expenses, and can travel to the site, the training on-site is at no charge, all meals included during the 1 or 1.5 day training. Continuing education and/or professional development credits may be offered, as educators are often required to attend workshops throughout the year.