We’re excited to bring you another general issue of Current featuring articles by NMEA members from all over the country and overseas to provide new ways to discover the "world of water.” In this issue, you’ll find a variety of engaging articles and activities, including a collaborative look at women in leadership who share their experiences in advancing science and protecting the ocean. An article on creating and evaluating discussion guides to improve learning experiences at public aquariums, science centers, and other out-of-school learning environments, a hands-on activity exploring environmental and economic impacts through engaging high school students in a mock Town Hall meeting, as well as many other exciting topics.
Please continue to send in your original manuscripts on research, lessons, resources, or strategies focused on marine education, including science, art, literature, and maritime history. The next deadline for submitting articles for consideration in the fall 2016 general issue of Current is September 12, 2016. And don’t forget to stay connected to the NMEA by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter for the latest news and updates.
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