Partner Map Jen

The Sea Change consortium consists of 17 partners from nine different countries, coordinated by the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. This consortium, which comprises nine public research organisations, one SME, five non profit organisations and two higher education institutions, brings together selected experts to collectively provide the knowledge, competence, skills and facilities needed for ensuring a good project development, the achievement of project objectives and the successful delivery of project results.

Sea Change also has an International Advisory Group (IAG) which is an independent body consisting of selected high level experts drawn from a range of stakeholder communities, who have knowledge and experience of Ocean Literacy and scientific public engagement. These Key US, Canadian and EU external stakeholders will share knowledge, provide guidance and feedback to the work package structures within Sea Change throughout the course of the project.

International Advisory Group


CoExploration Limited

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Contact Person: Peter Tuddenham
Role: Project partner

CoExploration Limited is incorporated in the United Kingdom as a Private Limited Company.

Role of CoExploration Limited in Sea Change:
1. Organise and implement the online marine teaching practices seminars and workshops described in Task.
2. Support the creation of an online directory for marine education best practices to promote ocean literacy in Europe as described in Task 3.6.
3. Support the development of an online, open and easily accessible information base of existing knowledge in the broad area of Seas and Ocean Health (environmental status, pollution affecting marine biodiversity and ecosystems, ecosystem services).
4. Contribute to sustainability of ocean literacy efforts beyond the time of the BG13 project by engaging foundations, business, NGOs and others in building capacity to develop an ocean literate public.

Key Personnel Involved:

Peter Tuddenham was born in London and grew up going to the seaside in Dorset for weekends and holidays. He learned to sail on, and fish in, the English Channel. He has sailed on different craft from windsurfers to the family built 10 foot wooden sailing dinghy to a 14.5 metre Beneteau. For the past 16 years he has worked with ocean educators and ocean scientists in support of the ocean literacy campaign in the USA. He is chair of the international committee for the National Marine Educators Association and network learning lead for the International Pacific Marine Educators Network He was a speaker at the first ocean literacy conference in Bruges Belgium in 2012. Mr. Peter Tuddenham is Managing Director of Coexploration Limited based in Dorset UK. He was the founder of the College of Exploration, a global online learning network established in 1991. He was commissioned from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 1973 as an engineer officer in the British Army’s Corps of Royal Engineers serving in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, Germany and the USA. For the past 20 years he has been creating networks of learning on space, earth and ocean science topics for educators and scientists. He is currently interested in reflexivity approaches to environmental and ecological literacy and creating a curriculum for schools and young people on ocean and society topics.

Dr. Kristina Bishop has extensive experience in research and evaluation of informal and formal science education programs, including Ship to Shore Science Pathways project, Centers for Ocean Science Education Excellence programme, online and face to face teacher professional development workshops, instructional materials for National Geographic, NOAA, and PBS, and academic competitions such as the National Ocean Sciences Bowl and ThinkQuest. She has supported the development and implementation of interactive online learning programs for educators and scientists. She has an Ed.D. in Higher Education and an MBA from Virginia Tech as well as an M.A. in Education Measurement and Statistics from University of Maryland.


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