National Marine Sanctuary System education plan
Corporate Authors:United States, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management., Sanctuary Programs Division.
Marine Parks And Reserves
Study And Teaching
Habitat Conservation//Study And Teaching/Planning/United States
Marine Ecology//Study And Teaching/Planning/United States
Marine Parks And Reserves//Study And Teaching/Planning/United States
Description:Executive Summary -- National Marine Sanctuary System Vision -- National Marine Sanctuary System Mission -- Goal 1: Provide leadership for the future of national and international marine science education -- Goal 2: The NMSS education is proactive in planning and implementing educational programs at each site and at the national level -- Goal 3: The NMSS will build and sustain an effective and efficient education team -- Goal 4: The NMSS will develop a Network of interpretive facilities that will heighten visitors' experience and convey sanctuary messages -- Goal 5: NMSS will strategically build and maintain effective connections with the educational community -- Goal 6: The NMSS will equip the education team with the appropriate tools and training necessary to ensure its effectiveness -- Goal 7: The NMSS will recognize the significance of education in the program, and will provide and maintain a level of funding that enables the education team to carry out the tasks outlined in this plan -- Goal 8: The goal of NMSS is to create communication strategies to protect the nation's marine resources and serve its geographically and culturally diverse communities.
Describes the educational mission of the National Marine Sanctuary Program (NMSP), and serves as a 10-year action plan. Includes eight educational goals broken down into objectives and tasks, to support the NMSP education mission of promoting public understanding of the sanctuaries and to empower citizens with the knowledge to make informed decisions that lead to responsible stewardship of aquatic ecosystems.
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