Engineering to Explore the Ocean PD

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Two teachers solder a SeaPerch robot
The United States Naval Academy Presents

Engineering to
Explore the Ocean

Professional Development for Educators

Bring project-based, hands-on science and engineering to your classroom

Two teachers solder a SeaPerch robot

USNA STEM Center representative leads educator through soldering of SeaPerch robot

Learn real-world applications of science and engineering in underwater exploration. Discover resources for teaching environmental sciences through ocean exploration, including current technology, multi-disciplinary topics, and access to real-time expeditions at sea. Teach engineering and technology by learning to build a SeaPerch remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV). Develop the technical skills to complete a SeaPerch, such as drilling, soldering, and pipe cutting, as well as the education skills to bring inventive SeaPerch curriculum into the classroom and after-school programs, Teachers will learn more about TRSA’s annual SeaPerch competition and have the opportunity to test their newly built ROV on a sample competition course.

This FREE PD is intended to support teachers who are new to SeaPerch. Lunch will be provided, and one lucky teacher will walk away with a new SeaPerch kit for their classroom!


Open to K-12 educators who are new to SeaPerch


November 5, 2019
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.


Tulsa Tech Riverside Campus
801 East 91st Street
Tulsa, OK 74132


Pre-registration is required and space is limited.
Registration will close Nov. 1 or when capacity is met.


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