NOAA's Ocean Acidification Data-in-the-Classroom Module
Paulo Maurin works with Coral Reef Conservation Program, in educational and outreach
activities, managing the coral fellowship program, and assisting in the planning
of marine conservation efforts in the Pacific region. He has also worked with the
US Coral Reef Task Force as a Sea Grant fellow coordinating reporting with member
federal agencies. Paulo obtained his PhD in the University of Hawaii, where he studied
co-management of coastal marine resources, involving community, government and NGO
stakeholders in Kona, Hawaii.
Caroline Joyce is a Project Director at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee School of Continuing Education. For her doctoral dissertation, Facilitating Teacher Technology Curriculum Conceptualizations, Caroline focused on teacher technology integrations in science based programs. Her research examined why educators are often unable to integrate media-based learning tools into their teaching practice. Caroline was the Director of Content Development for the JASON Project for eight years. She earned a degree in education from National Louis University and holds Masters and Doctoral degrees from Cardinal Stritch University.
Todd Viola specializes in using the Internet for education and public outreach. As a consultant, Todd assists clients with website strategy, web content management, multimedia product design, online communities, and streaming media. For ten years, he led the development of all Internet programming at the JASON Foundation for Education, an organization that developed expedition-based science and math programs for middle schools. Todd designed and managed JASON's award-winning Team JASON Online website, and served as that organization's first Director of Technology. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Yale University.
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