Proctor's Ocean Classroom is now midway through its term at sea! After a recent stop in Fernandin Beach, FL, the crew is about to set sail for open sea during the coming weeks.
Chuck Will covered Ocean Classroom's departure and first stop in Mystic, CT on Chuck's Corner at the following LINK
, but we wanted to be sure that you found student blog posts from various port stops on the journey.
At each port, students supplement their classes onboard with visits to local museums and educational facilities.
Ryan provides some tremendous insights into how the trip (as of its first stop in Mystic) had impacted him in THIS
Captain Caroline Smith wrote the following post (HERE
) at the crew's stop in Sulfolk, VA with the Harvey Gamage
anchored in the Chesapeake Bay.
Clark also shared his thoughts in THIS
post from Charleston, SC.
The following thoughts from Alli
were just posted today prior to the crew's departure from Florida for the open seas.
While hopefully you will take a look at each of these student posts, the common theme remains that Ocean Classroom is a life changing experience for students.
Anecdotes from Ocean Classroom alums speak volumes to the lasting impact of the program, however, capturing student reflections during
the term is incredibly insightful for those of us on the mainland.
Safe voyages to the crew and be sure to keep checking back to the Ocean Classroom page HERE
for updates throughout the remainder of the term.