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At Cayman Turtle Centre, we have a wide range of personnel expertise available to assist with Education Programme Activities: from Accountants, Biologists and Engineers, to Food & Beverage and Marketing.
Basic lesson plans include an interactive presentation in the education room, which can range from a quick overview of "the Centre’s exhibits" to a detailed topic lecture by the education guide. This is followed by guided tour of subject-appropriate exhibits or other relevant outdoor activities.
With access to so many natural resources in one location, Cayman Turtle Centre is an exceptional "real-world laboratory". This is coupled with an integrated learning approach that stimulates the senses, making learning exciting and applicable for all ages and many subject areas.
Lesson plans can be customised according to topic; objectives and activities. There are also a number of “standardised” topics to choose from, including:
This experience is open to high school students seeking volunteer/work experience credits. Primary responsibility will be to assist the Animal Programmes (Terrestrial & Marine) staff with the daily projects and routines of Terrestrial & Marine animal husbandry & care.
This experience is open to high school art students & classes. The winning artwork is displayed in our Education Building and Hatchery for thousands of visitors to view.
This experience offers teachers & students a free day at the centre as a reward/incentive for good work throughout the school year.