January 25th together with education information field

Recruitment of marine science education participants
The Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries and the National Maritime Science Museum opened an ‘on-and-off education program’, an ocean science education course, and recruited participants from January 24 to February 25. As face-to-face education is limited due to the prolonged COVID-19, the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries has been providing education programs related to the sea, such as marine leisure experience education and marine environment education, by linking online video education and offline practice since last year.

Ocean science practice parish. Provided by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries

This program is structured so that you can watch educational videos on various topics related to marine science, such as marine life, marine environment, and marine physics, online, and then learn while using the relevant teaching aids offline. The plan is to produce and distribute free of charge to participants, such as viewing the characteristics of the marine protection creature called the ‘laughing whale’ and its role in the marine ecosystem on video and making the shark into a three-dimensional puzzle. All classes and institutions interested in ocean science, such as elementary and middle school classes, clubs, and institutions, can participate. For more information on how to apply, visit the website of the National Museum of Ocean Science and Technology (www.kosm.or.kr). Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and may close early if the maximum occupancy exceeds 1600. The educational video will be posted on the Ministry of Education’s teacher utilization website ‘Connect’ (ITDA) and on the official YouTube channel of the National Maritime Science Museum on February 28. Practice teaching aids are also sent sequentially from the same day.

Robot Land experiential learning program
Gyeongnam Masan Robot Land Theme Park operates an ‘Education+experience’ where you can learn and experience a variety of robots.

Provided by Masan Robot Land Theme Park

Provided by Masan Robot Land Theme Park

The Eduperience Zone consists of eight experience halls, including Hope Robot Adventure, Marine Robot Hall, Robot Fantasia, Robot Theater, Aerospace Robot Hall, Robot Star Adventure, Robot Sapiens, and Future Robot Hall. In a 4D (4D) movie theater up to three stories high, you can see content on various topics, such as the ‘Aerospace Robot Pavilion’, which travels through the magnificent space through a large dome screen. The theme park also runs a ‘stamp rally’ that provides robot land-related products after learning at the Eduperience Zone Experience Center and stamping a certified stamp. editorial team


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