This page contains links to resources for teachers.
Educators, this web page contains information and links
to many resources for educators about aquatic life, including interviews
on Pet Fish Talk with scientists and
experts, plus lesson
plans, and other useful
who is the
here now to listen
to the entire interview. Click here to go to the Listening Guide for this
show. Click here for more about this exhibit.
for links to lesson plans about this exhibit.
is the title of our interview with Kristy Forsgren, an Aquarist at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California.
here now to
listen to the entire
interview. The video
above shows a Leafy Sea Dragon. Click here to go to the Listening Guide for this interview.
for more information about Seahorses. The date of this show will be announced soon.
Dr. Milton Love
says, "The Love
Lab is dedicated
to saving the
planet earth one
Rockfish at a
Love about his
and many other
here now to listen
to the entire interview
with Dr. Milton Love. Click
here or on the image
above to go to The Love Lab now.
here to go to the
Listening Guide for this
for more information
about educational resources for schools.
here to get a free CD
about the Roche Genetics Education Program, an interactive tool to learn the basic principles of genetics, that was developed to promote a basic awareness of genetics in the general public.
here to buy the Encyclopedia Britannica on
a CD, which contains hundreds of articles about aquatic life.
Contains many web pages that are useful classroom resources. For example, click here
to go to a web page titled "Aquarium Arithmetic".
Click here to go to a web page on SeaWorld.org
titled "Just for Teachers", which contains links to teachers guides, classroom activities, publications, and much more.
Dr. Timothy Hovanec, the Chief Science Officer at Marineland, has written many articles filled with information about how to keep
fish in aquariums. Click
here now to go to "Dr. Tim's Library".
Scientific American Magazine
Click here for more information about Scientific American
Magazine, which regularly contains
excellent articles about
many aspects of life and living organisms.
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