Virtual Field Trips

Virtual field trip
Turt the green sea turtle
Florida Oceanographic staff feeding our sea turtles
Annabelle the green sea turtle

Invite Florida Oceanographic's Education Staff into your middle or high school classroom for a live, interactive, virtual field trip experience focused on sea turtle biology and conservation! 

5th- 12th grade (grade appropriate content)

50-minute program includes extensive back-and-forth interaction between students and Florida Oceanographic's educators. Virtual Field Trips can be scheduled Wednesday – Friday, starting between 7:30 and 8:30 am EST as well as 3:30 and 4:30 pm EST.  Select time slots may be available on Mondays and Tuesdays.

 Computer with internet access and free Skype account, webcam, microphone, speakers, and digital projector (A pre-program test session will be scheduled to ensure connectivity). 

  • Biology and Ecology of Sea Turtles: Sea turtle adaptations, behavior, diet, nesting patterns and life cycle
  • Conservation of the World's Sea Turtles: Threats to sea turtles and what we, as environmental stewards, can do to help
  • Florida Oceanographic's Non-Releasable Sea Turtles: How our organization cares for and enriches the permanently disabled sea turtles that call our facility home

Each 50 minute virtual field trip is ideally designed for a single class of up to ~40 students.  Single-grade auditorium-style programs are available upon request for larger groups. 

$125 per session.

For more information about Virtual Field Trips, please contact Yasmeen Fadlallah at (772)225-0505 ext. 116 or yfadlallah@floridaocean.org.

To book a Virtual Field Trip, please fill out the form below. Virtual Field Trips can be scheduled Wednesday – Friday, starting between 7:30 and 8:30 am EST as well as 3:30 and 4:30 pm EST.  Select time slots may be available on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Virtual Field Trip Request Form 

Is your class able to attend the full 50 minute program? (40 minute lesson, 10 minute Q&A)