Is there something similar for adults, e.g., lectures that can be presented to dive clubs etc?
SharKnights is sponsored by SharkSchool (www.sharkschool.com) who offers a 2-hour presentation for exactly such an occasion. The lecture revolves around the misconception of sharks, their devastation and ways to save them.
Last update on 2014-04-07 by Erich Ritter.
- I am not a teacher, can I still be part of “SharKnights”?
- My son / daughter would like to ask his / her teacher to give a SharKnights lecture, how should he / she go about it?
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- My students would like to help sharks, what can they do?
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- Whom can I contact if I need clarification about some lecture notes?
- Is there something similar for adults, e.g., lectures that can be presented to dive clubs etc?
- I would like to learn more about a lecture, are there any options how to get more material so I can add it to my already existing lectures?