For twenty-five years Connect published content-rich articles written by educators like you! Each story explored challenges, successes, and innovations in K-8 math, science, and technology, while addressing national standards.
Although it is no longer being published, you can still benefit from Connect! You can access content from our printed editions in our Archive of exceptional articles. It is here for you to find an idea, look for background, or to read about a step-by-step instructional process. Fully indexed. Free to all users!
Our Last Full Issue
Our last issue: Holding schools solely responsible for children's success is unfair, given that many out-of-school factors come into play; such as poverty, family issues, and health problems. But there is hope! In the issue we present many examples of enriched and effective collaborations between schools, families, and communities.
Archive of Digital Issues
- May-Jun 2012 - Reptiles and Amphibians
- Mar-Apr 2012 - Collaborating with your Community
- Jan-Feb 2012 - Kids and Money
- Nov-Dec 2011 - People of Math and Science
- Sep-Oct 2011 - Energy
- May-Jun 2011 - Field-based Math
- Mar-Apr 2011 - Chemistry: The Central Science
- Jan-Feb 2011 - If You Build It ...
- Nov-Dec 2010 - Magnetism and Electricity
- Sep-Oct 2010 - And All for One
- May-Jun 2010 - Hot & Cold
- Mar-Apr 2010 - Head, Thorax, Abdomen
- Jan-Feb 2010 - 21st Century Math & Science