Project Shiphunt (2011)

This documentary follows several students from Saginaw, Michigan, public high schools. They have the opportunity to merge education, technology, and history as they explore the depths of Shipwreck Alley for ruined vessels.

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Paul Bozymowski
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Credited cast:
Tiesha Anderson Tiesha Anderson ... Herself
Tirrea Billings Tirrea Billings ... Herself
Cody Frost Cody Frost ... Himself
Yer Wang Yer Wang ... Herself
James Willett James Willett ... Himself
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This documentary follows several students from Saginaw, Michigan, public high schools. They have the opportunity to merge education, technology, and history as they explore the depths of Shipwreck Alley for ruined vessels.

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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

30 August 2011 (USA) See more »

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RadicalMedia See more »
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great memories of my youth
10 October 2015 | by fsmith-32549See all my reviews

When I was in high school here in Savannah, I was part of a science research program that allowed selected students to interact with marine scientists to study the marshes, rivers, and ocean. This documentary reminded me of how exciting that research had been! I am so thrilled that students today still have those opportunities to use their skills, and learn new ones, in the study of the world around them. I am especially thrilled that these were public school students, just as I once was. How nice to know money was not a barrier! The documentary also included interviews with the students before and after their experiences at sea. Their teachers and parents were also able to comment, which was very nice. Various scientists involved in the project spoke of the students' work, too, on this experiment to use technology to find submerged historic artifacts. I have seen the film three times and definitely plan to share it with others!


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