The programme of TERRE MARINE is structured in educational outings on board the sea explorer ship to allow everybody to discover, understand and learn about marine life, build a maritime culture and train themselves to practice sailing, understand the wind and the surrounding elements.
Departure : Cap d’Agde all the year or other port (except July/August).
TERRE MARINE is a LOGISTIC, SCIENTIFIC AND DIDACTIC SUPPORT for an active Education.
LIVING SCIENCE The educational device developed aboard the Sea Explorer training ship consists of RESOURCE WORKSHOPS allowing the implementation of the investigation process to observe, compare, determine, deduce, record fingerprints, make assumptions, proceed to a reconstruction, experiment, collect and analyse data.
and MEDITERRANEAN WILDLIFE EDUCATION BASED ON THE ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE AND ANCHORED BEHAVIORS IN AN APPROACH TO THE INVESTIGATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES .
ACTIVITIES. A consultation work Terre Marine-Enseignants refines the project with the possibility of setting up one or more sessions in class upstream and downstream of the outing at sea.
THE WORKSHOPS allow students to better understand the importance of life in the seas and oceans, and to understand the impact of human activities on marine biodiversity, to learn about sailing and navigation.
THE BOAT SEA EXPLORER welcomes groups (students, teachers and accompanying persons) all year round depending on availability of the boat. Whatever the weather, the programme takes place. 40 m2 of the boat are covered with large spaces to sit while maintaining the view of the environment without embarrassment or risk of seasickness.
A PARTICIPATORY SCIENCE programme can be developed to:
Value the collection work done by the students.
Raise awareness, educate for citizenship.
Give meaning to the boat trips.
Allow to take action around issues related to marine life.
To know the sea, the marine life by the experience of an educational exit. Benefit from living, active and participatory environmental education and sustainable development.
Love the marine environment, discover, learn to sail and navigate.
Understand phenomena due to acoustic and organic pollution (micro-waste) in the Mediterranean and in the oceans.
WORKSHOPS ON BOARD :
WORKSHOP 1 : COLLECTIONS (plankton, mégaplankton, micro and macro wastes)
WORKSHOP 2 : THE LIVING OBSERVATION (according to opportunities)
WORKSHOP 3 : BIRDS OBERVATION (superior deck)
WORKSHOP 4 : KNOTS
WORKSHOP 5 : MANOEUVERS
WORKSHOP 6 : SEA TRACES – MYSTERY BOX
WORKSHOP 7 : UNDERSTANDING WIND
WORKSHOP 8 : MEGA-FAUNA
WORKSHOP 9 : NAVIGATION
WORKSHOP 10 : CLOUDS
WORKSHOP 11 : LISTENNING TO SUB-MARINE SOUNDS
WORKSHOP 12 : PLANKTON OBSERVATION
Those workshops are indicated on the boat map here after.
MOBILE WORKSHOPS (set up on different spaces of the ship as needed)
MEGA FAUNA :
Mysticete – odontocete
The cetaceans of the mediterranean
The communication of cetaceans
Biological sonars of odontocetes – écolocation
collection and observation of plankton
role in the food chain
phyto and zoo plankton
phyto plankton and oxygen
WATER CYCLE AND SEA TRACES
Micro plastic particules
Underwater noise pollution
Spills by rivers and outfalls
Warming seas and oceans
Acidification of seas and oceans
Team coordination – Hoist sails
Security on board
Find your position on a map –GPS- route calculation
Learn how to use a sextant
General data – future disturbances
Clouds – weather forecast
BOAT ECO-CONCEPT AND ECO-NAVIGATION
Life cycle of the boat
Management of limited ressources on board
Reservoirs with grey and black waters
Projects of electric engines
Protocols adapted to the profile of the participants (pupils, students, general public) to provide information for the databases.