40 public school teachers took part in a two-day training at BIOS, part of the 2017 Bermuda Union of Teachers annual professional development conference. The workshop, offered under MARINE, introduced participants to components of the beginner remotely operated vehicle (ROV) competition, including the construction of simple circuits and soldering.
Students from Harrington Sound Primary School on their annual BIOS field trip to Cooper's Island Nature Reserve.
BIOS Educator, Kyla Smith, talks about marine debris with students from Clearwater Middle School.
Increasing team work and collaboration skills as BIOS and Spirit of Bermuda trainees haul lines.
Winners of the marketing poster and product interview challenge in an underwater robotics competition; Bermuda Homeschool Network. Photo by Alex Masters." />
Winners of the marketing poster and product interview challenge in an underwater robotics competition; Bermuda Homeschool Network. Photo by Alex Masters.
Clearwater afterschool scuba club.
Through Ocean Academy, BIOS strives to support local teachers and educators in the development and delivery of STEM curricula through a wide range of partnerships, professional development workshops, and hands-on activities that are aligned with our student programs.