Publisher : Korean Institute of Navigation and Port Research
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2014.38.5.437
Title & Authors
A Study on the development of Ocean Education Model Course using Ocean Literacy -Focus on Busan Metropolitan City- Jeong, Woo-Lee; Moon, Serng-Bae;
Ocean Literacy is an understanding of the ocean's influence on you and your influence on the ocean. This research developed the 7 ocean education model courses using ocean literacy based on the analysis of ocean education programs which executed 23 agencies in Busan. These model courses are combined in the type of indoor theory, indoor experience, field study and field experience. Also, this makes the guide map for ocean education in a 76cm*56cm size to distinguish and choose the course easily. This map is the format combined in geological location and tourist attraction spots in Busan, includes education centers, contents, lead time and so on, and it is possible for educatees to handle their preference and seasonality elastically. This map including ocean education model course is a milestone to activate ocean education, and is helpful to reach the goal of ocean education and to lead ocean professionals. In addition, this research presents the development of teaching materials, training aids to complement the weakness of indoor education, the development of cyber education through making video contents as the activation measures of ocean education.
ocean literacy;ocean education model course;guide map for ocean education;ocean consciousness;activation of ocean education;
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