Calls for Teachers at Sea 2017 and 2018

The ECORD Science Support and Advisory Committee (ESSAC) offers a unique opportunity for teachers and educators of ECORD countries to sail on IODP expeditions onboard the JOIDES Resolution and mission-specific platforms.

Calls are open for sailing on Expedition 381 Corinth Active Rif Development and Expedition 377 Arctic Ocean Paleoceanography.

To apply, follow the instructions and fill the application form.

>> further information about Teachers at Sea onboard the JOIDES Resolution are available here


Teachers at Sea 2017

Alessia Cicconi (Italy) – Expedition 367 South China Rifted Margin A – report

Martin Böttcher (Germany) –  Expedition 366 Mariana Convergent Margin & South Chamorro Seamountreport


Teachers at Sea 2016

Agnès Pointu (France) sailed on Expedition 362 Sumatra Seismogenic Zonereport

Kevin Kurtz (USA) and Barbara Matyssek (Germany) sailed on Expedition 364 Chicxulub K-Pg Impact Craterreport


Teachers at Sea 2015

Marion Burgio (Lycée Marguerite de Navarre, Pau, France) and Lucas Kavanagh (UQAM, Montréal, Canada) sailed on Expedition 360 SW Indian Ridge Lower Crust and Moho – Report

Michèle Darrieu (Lycée International Bruxelles, Belgium) sailed on Expedition 359 Maldives Monsoon and Sea LevelReport

Diane Hanano (University British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada) sailed on Expedition 354 Bengal FanReport


Teachers at Sea 2014

Markus Fingerle (Germany), sailed on Expedition 353 Indian Monsoon Rainfall – Report

Lesley Allen (Truro College, UK) sailed on Expedition 350  Izu Bonin Rear Arc


School of Rock 2013

Exploring Ocean Cores and the Geology of the Pacific Northwest, 1-9 April, Victoria. IODP Canada supported 2 educators (Jane Londero and Sarah Thornto) to sail in the JOIDES Resolution.
See a Teacher Report here


Teachers at Sea 2013

Jean-Luc Berenguer (Lycée International Valbonne, France) and Susan Gebbels (UK) sailed on Exepdition 345 Hess Deep Plutonic – Report

>> Further information about Teachers at Sea available here

DOWNLOAD Teacher Report, April Newsletter, 2012 here - pdf