2003 Issues

Fall/Winter 2003 (V14#1)  

Feature Articles:

Storytelling - An Interview with Joseph Cornell by Charles Yaple

Toward a Living Literacy: Environmental Education and the Story of Place by Patrick Howard

The Environment of Education: Identifying Effects of the Hidden Curriculum on Students' Environmental Perceptions, Values, and Attitudes by Amy Duckert

Tinkling Cymbals and Sounding Brass: Hearing the Different Drum by Michael L. Umphrey

The Passionate Fact: Storytelling in Natural History and Cultural Interpretation by Susan Strauss, reviewed by Charles Yaple

Born With a Bang: The Universe Tells Our Cosmic Story & From Lava to Life: The Universe Tells Our Earth Story by Jennifer Morgan, illustrated by Dana Lynne Anderson, reviewed by Dodi Hathazi

Spinning Tales, Weaving Hope: Stories, Storytelling and Activities for Peace, Justice and the Environment edited by Ed Brody, Jay Goldspinner, Katie Green, Rona Leventhal, and John Porcino of The Stories for World Change Network, reviewed by Kerry A. Masarik-Pryor

John Muir: My Life with Nature by Joseph Cornell, reviewed by Rob Andrejewski

Spring/Summer 2003 (V13#4)   

Feature Articles:

Outdoor Education and the Development of Environmental Responsibility Revisited by Rita Yerkes and Kobe Biederman

The Role of the Environment in Adventure and Outdoor Education by Todd Miner, Cornell Outdoor Education

An Interview with Ben Lawhon, Leave No Trace, Inc., Education Manager by Rob Andrejewski

Environmental Sensitivity and Youthful Participation in Outdoor Recreation by Tinelle Bustam

P.E.E.R. (Professional Environmental Educator's Resource) Guide: A Naturalist's Booklist for Children by Kerry A. Masarik-Pryor

Let the Mountains Talk, Let the Rivers Run by David Ross Brower with Steve Chapple, reviewed by Jennie Daley

Consider the Earth: Environmental Activities for Grades 4-8, Second Edition by Julie M. Gates, reviewed by Kerry A. Masarik-Pryor

The Book on Raccoon Circles by Dr. Jim Cain & Dr. Tom Smith, reviewed by Carol Navarro