Call of the Sea partnered with Dominican University Public History Program students, creating learning resources which employ visual observation and rich storytelling about the Heritage of the San Francisco Bay Area, California and this area’s impact on the United States through these four aspects of it’s history.
Unrest & Protest
Protesters: Revolution, The Berkeley. “The TWLF Marching on Sproul Plaza,” The Berkeley Revolution A digital archive of the East Bay’s transformation in the late-1960s & 1970s, June 17, 2017, as found in the Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley. Marching on Sproul, 1969, CES ARC 2015/1, Location 1:69 TWLF box 1 Folder 69
Call of the Sea provides field experiences in a phenomena-rich setting. While our programs are limited during the Covid 19 pandemic, visit these sites for Marine Biology and Ocean Literacy learning resources.
Videos providing information on what life is like in the ocean; from arctic life, to phytoplankton, to estuaries. Grades 3-5. Here is a teachers guide for the curriculum.
Students will learn about ‘Secrets of the ocean sea’ and then take a quiz for each subcategory to test their knowledge. Elementary and middle school.