In 2009 the Deep Earth Academy a teaching initiative of the US Consortium for Ocean Leadership gave teachers the possibility to partake at an scientific ocean drilling research expedition.
The School of Rock took place from June 23rd to July 05th, 2009.
2 Teachers from ECORD, the European partner in IODP, took part at this event:
Jean-Luc Berenguer from France and Pereira Helder from Portugal.
The full list of particpants can be found here.
Read a report of Pereira Helder here – pdf
Participation of engineers, educators, and/or science communicators on IODP Juan de Fuca Flank Hydrology II Expedition
The ECORD Science Support and Advisory Committee offered the unique possibility for engineers, educators, and/or science communicators of ECORD countries for participation on the Juan de Fuca Flank Hydrogeology II Expedition.
>> Read more about the Education an Outreach Team on Expedition 327 here – pdf
The ECORD Science Support and Advisory Committee (ESSAC) offered the unique opportunity for teachers and educators of ECORD countries for participation on the Cascadia CORK Expedition.
>>Read the ESSAC Short Call for teachers and educators here – pdf
About SOR 2010
- School of Rock 2010 Cascadia Cores and CORKS, a Hands-on, Research-based Expedition for Earth and Ocean Science Educators During IODP Expedition 328 (Cascadia Subduction Zone ACORK Observatory)
- Dates: 3 – 19 Septembre 2010
- Location: Sailing from Victoria, British Columbia aboard the world-renowned JOIDES Resolution drill ship
>> further information about SOR available here
>> and IODP Expedition 328 Cascadia ACORK available here