Using the MAR-ECO website, pupils from Ellon Academy have made poster which they presented to other pupils.
|Deep sea exhibition projects|
In Kragerø, a small city in the southern part of Norway, all 7th grade classes has been working with one week projects related to the MAR-ECO exhibition “Deeper than light”. 136 pupils participated.
|Hard working students|
Tutored by the MAR-ECO scientist, Nicola King from University of Aberdeen, pupils from the Ellon Academy in Scotland has been doing scientific research based on MAR-ECO.
|Junior Scientists in Bergen|
A squid made of knitting wool – that was one of the creative products of the MAR-ECO school project during the Science Week in Bergen, when two classes with pupils at the age of 11 dived into the mysteries of the deep sea.
|Deep-sea School day on the web|
A group of pupils from different European countries, who are partneres in the Comenius-network, met MAR-ECO-scientists online - in a netmeeting Thursday November 25th 2004. Biology and various questions about being a MAR-ECO scientist was among the topics. See the questions and answers!
|Suggestions for student projects|
There are not many parts of the world that remains to be explored - but in MAR-ECO your class can follow and take part in an online expedition! See a few examples of the kind of student projects that might be suitable for your class.
By using the MAR-ECO project as a resource, students can be enabled to explore and understand deep sea ecology, resources and conditions for life and its implications on society.