Educational Passages’ mission is to provide exciting hands-on multi-disciplinary learning experiences for students of all ages.
Learn global science and relations patterns while participating in fun learning opportunities happening as your unmanned GPS equipped miniboat sails off to far away lands.
See the boats and meet the people who built, launched, and helped them sail around the world.
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The Teaching With Small Boats Alliance (TWSBA) 2017 conference and 2017 Boat Engineering Challenge exemplified a common theme: students, not boats, should be the focus of maritime and marine programs. At TWSBA, sessions explored youth development, combated systemic biases, and exposed the diverse routes of post-programming opportunities. The conference, hosted at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum […]
Earth Day brought rain to the Town of Fenwick Island, but the weather did not deter the residents. They spent Saturday removing potential marine debris from their streets and beaches, working as a community to improve ocean sustainability. The Educational Passages team discovered Fenwick on NOAA’s Earth Day marine debris cleanup page which linked to the […]
Bill Nye’s Call to Action After settling into our downtown hotels, the Educational Passages team attended Bill Nye’s keynote speech at the LA Convention Center. In between the humor and science, Bill spoke directly to the educators, asking them to prepare the next generation for massive environmental challenges across the world. He wants Generation S […]