Did You Know?
Magellanic penguins are named after Ferdinand Magellan who first discovered them in 1519.
Now the Zoo can come to your classroom via the Internet! Through videoconferencing you and your students will participate in live distance-learning programs featuring lots of up-close animal viewing, interactive discussions with presenters, hands-on activities for your students, and pre-and post-visit activity suggestions.
Many schools already have two-way videoconferencing equipment and provide technical assistance to get you started. You can also contact your local ISD for the equipment and support.
|Clowns, Corals and Conservation – Immerse yourself into the amazing
world of underwater reefs. Look through the lens of the live cameras in
our reef exhibit to focus on:||What’s for Lunch? – It’s eat or be eaten in the wild kingdom! Learn how
animals develop amazing strategies for catching food … and to avoid
becoming dinner. Topics include:|
We are happy to work with you and customize a presentation that meets your students’ needs and grade level. Our goals is to create an experience that will maximize your students’ learning.
$110 per presentation
$75 for subsequent presentations (same school, same day)
Dennis Laidler, Education Curator