Connect Issues information
- January/February, 1994
- Vol.7 Num.3
- Focus: Running Water
- Water, vital to life, is also a worldwide conservation and health-related issue. Running water is a tiny proportion of all the water on Earth, but it is a fascinating topic of study, discovery and pleasure. In this issue, educators from across the country write about ways to investigate water and to promote effective inquiry learning.
- September/October, 1994
- Vol.8 Num.1
- Focus: Family, Community and School
- Parents and communities are essential to the functioning of schools. However, calling upon parents to think about schooling and encouraging them to critique and participate in change is not easy or common. This issue presents some new resources to help build parent and community involvement. This month Connect also explores another outside influence on children: television.
- November/December, 1994
- Vol.8 Num.2, Back issues available
- Focus: Adaptations and Change over Time
- How do people, other animals and plants change over time in the process of adapting to new situations? How can those phenomena be studied in school and outside, by students of many ages? This issue of Connect reports on a variety of ways to explore adaptation. Investigate change in a forest, with native grass seeds, with insects, through the simulation of animal predator-prey relationships and more.