Outdoor education for California's migrant children
Edward J. Johnson, University of California
Augustine Perez, University of California
California Agriculture 30(2):4-6. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v030n02p4.
UC Cooperative Extension has been working for four years with regional offices of the Bureau of Migrant Education and the California Mini-Corps to develop outdoor education programs for the children of migrant farm workers. Inquiry techniques and learn-by-doing activities were used to teach oral language with science as the vehicle.