Here are 5 Oceanography resources you can use in your classroom:
Office of Naval Research
The Office of Naval Research, an official U.S. Navy website, provides excellent resources for educators to teach about oceanography. Resources include ocean characteristics, habitats, ocean life and ocean regions. The website also includes information about their research vessels.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has a wonderful page full of resources for teachers. If you are needing resources for ocean currents, ocean floor features, tides and tsunamis. Each topic includes multimedia resources, lesson plans and activities and even information about careers students could have in this field.
Kathy Schrock's Guide
Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators, who's guide has a plethora of resources on almost everything, also includes resources on Oceanography. The guide includes multiple links to several resources that cover oceanography. If you need a good starting point to your research, this is the best place to start.
PBS - NOVA
NOVA, a resource from PBS, provides several resources to learn about Oceanography. Resources include classroom activities, ideas shared by other teachers and interactive resources for students. The interactive resources is a solid way to get students engaged. One of the interactive resources provided is "Anatomy of a Tsunami" - which provides diagrams and animated videos and images.
NASA is a outstanding resource to engage students in the learning of Oceanography. Resources include ocean topography, sea surface temperatures, climate variability, carbon cycle and the water cycle. Each topic includes images and data. NASA also provides a few interactive resources such as "Ocean Motion". This interactive shows animated videos of ocean currents.