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Science teachers inspired by first hand look at Barrier Reef

Appeared July 13, 2012
Published by ABC News, Australia

Teachers from the United States are in the country learning about marine conservation. Though they’ve been teaching from text books about the Great Barrier Reef for years, diving on the reef left some of them breathless. It’s a testament to the theory that experience is truly the best teacher.

Listen to the interview on ABC News, Australia or read the broadcast transcript.