Brody, M. (1995) Finding 1

Water and water resource education has a distinct body of knowledge described by topics categorized as concepts, skills, and values or emotions. Water science and management knowledge has been organized by Brody (1995) and others. Continue reading →

Burger, J. and L. Waishwell. (2001) Finding 1

Identify locally-specific or culturally-specific needs or problems related to water conservation and quality. These may not be what an expert would typically expect due to unique cultural or situational needs. For example, in a person-to-person outreach initiative about toxic substances in fish, African-Americans were most interested in risks to their health from eating contaminated fish. Caucasians were most interested in the levels of contamination in the fish. Continue reading →