A fully funded, fully developed curriculum targeted at secondary students (with materials accessible for lower grades as well) that is a comprehensive and thorough examination of ocean plastic pollution, microplastics and ways to help mitigate these serious issues. The content is available either as an online offering that students can navigate on their own, or can be accessed through downloadable offerings and presented offline. We highly recommend use of downloadable supports for classroom use.
10 lessons (15 hours of study in total) available in English, French and Spanish, aligned with BC Curriculum. Content can be paused at any point and returned to at the instructor's convenience (auto-saves).
Digital badges are available for every lesson and printable certificates are provided on completion.
Lessons 1 to 5 are foundational knowledge specifically directed toward classroom educators. Lessons 6 to 10 are advanced, directed toward creating meaningful change by advocacy, enacting policy, building a recycling system or upgrading infrastructure and managing media.
Access requires the creation of a login that allows teachers (or individual users) to track progress through the lessons.
There are 5 questions asked during this process. Are you a teacher or a student? What is your school/location if applicable? What country are you learning from? What language are you learning in? How did you hear about this resource?