Seafood for Thought

Last updated on
Friday, September 7th, 2018
Program Description

Students engage in dialogues about sustainability by comparing the environmental impacts of different fishing methods used in the commercial fishing industry.  A skit in our theatre models seafood choices that can help preserve marine life and habitat.

Big Ideas
  • Complex global problems require international cooperation to make difficult choices for the future.
  • Economic self-interest can be a significant cause of conflict among peoples and governments.
  • Economic specialization and trade networks can lead to conflict and cooperation between societies.
  • Changing ideas about the world created tension between people wanting to adopt new ideas and those wanting to preserve established traditions.
  • Contacts and conflicts between peoples stimulated significant cultural, social, political change.
  • Human and environmental factors shape changes in population and living standards.
  • Trip Details
    For Grades: 
    6, 7, 8
    90 minutes unless otherwise stated.
    Maximum Students: 
    Offered In French: 
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    Fee Details
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    1 Free Adult (teacher or parent chaperone) for every 5 paid students // Free Parking at our site // Free lunch space for up to 40 students if needed // CANCELLATION FEES APPLY IF CANCELLED WITHIN 2 WEEKS OF BOOKING.

    Additional Notes

    We customize our programs to meet your grade level and learning objectives. Please contact us for special requests and questions.  Minimum booking is 10 students.