Imaging Foundation utilizes its collection of imagery to weave captivating informative productions. These educational videos are available for download for educators and students. We make these productions available as both full size productions and podcasts to accomodate a variety of platforms.
The Imaging Foundation is proud to present our first production series. Targeted for 3rd to 7th grade classrooms, these short presentations simultaneously entertain and educate both students and adults. Volume One, “Turtle Life Cycle” discusses the turtle’s life cycle and their current threatened status. It also discusses a clever solution that seems to be "turning the tide" for these reptiles. Our second release, “Safe Passage – The Importance of Marine Corridors” is a whimsical narration by Alex Rocco as a white tip reef shark. Shark biology and their effect on the surrounding ecosystems are presented in this production. Viewers also learn about the critical importance protected corridors play in the success of marine protected areas. Each production fullfills multiple mandatory educational standards. Click here to view state standard requirements.
Episode One - "Survival: Sea Turtles"
In this video we explore the importance of weighing local traditions and cultural practices when troubleshooting environmental threats. Leaders at the Cayman Island Turtle Farm are simlutaneously protecting turtle populations and educating Cayman citizens and visitors about the turtle life cycle. They are winning the battle to balance the needs of Cayman's cultural heritage and lowering the risk of sea turtle extinction.