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Information for educators

manual     Download our EMR educator's manual and other education resources, helpful links and videos that relate to our success criteria below.

Our partner the Department of Conservation has just released a great marine resource here

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 Success Criteria (Learning Outcomes)

Students will be able to:
1. Give at least 3 examples of New Zealand marine biodiversity & explain what a marine reserve is.
2. Explain & use snorkel equipment
3. Describe their local marine area and what lives in it.
4. Identify & classify some of the marine creatures they see and local threats
5. Make comparisons between a marine reserve and unprotected marine area.
Base their opinions about the value of marine reserves on their personal experiences and learning throughout EMR
6. Take action in their community – become Kaitiaki!

 The EMR key learning concepts are:
The interdependence of living things in the marine environment.
The impact people have had, and can have on the marine environment.
The significance of marine reserves for protecting and enhancing marine biodiversity.
The importance of working together as local communities, including the ethic of Kaitiakitanga (stewardship).

Links:
Otago Marine Studies Centre - some amazing rocky and muddy shore guides
www.seacreaturefacts.com - learn more about sea creatures
View all the EMR videos here

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