These Webpages are no longer maintained. We are keeping the pages here to preserve some of the early years of ProjectDragonfly, to honor the students who created the interactives in the early days of the Web, and because many of the activities are fun and people are still using them. For current Project Dragonfly work, go to:www.ProjectDragonfly.org

Thanks!

The ProjectDragonflyteam.

Dragonfly

About Dragonfly Awards Help! Links
Dragonfly TV For Boys and Girls Clubs For Teachers
Butterflies
Houses
Baseball in Space
Family Ties
Navigation
Space
Time
Water
People and Plants
Small & Tall
Earth Sounds
Using Tools
Hide & Seek
Webs of Life
Animal Talk
Ice & Snow
Skeletons
Flight
Trees & Seeds
Saving the Planet


Since its inception more than a decade ago, Project Dragonfly at Miami University has reached millions of children, parents, and educators worldwide through its many projects promoting voice, conservation, and global understanding.

The project began in 1994 with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the launch of Dragonfly magazine. Created by a group of professors at Miami’s School of Interdisciplinary Studies and published by the National Science Teachers Association, Dragonfly was the first national publication that placed kids' first-person scientific investigations alongside the discoveries of adult researchers, such as world-renowned primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall.

Project Dragonfly pioneered the “real kids, real science” approach to learning, and in all of its print, web, and broadcast media projects continues to work toward inquiry-driven reform to increase public engagement in science and global understanding.

Below, please find the archives of Dragonfly’s kid-friendly web pages – the scientific content of which is timeless. We hope you have fun taking a look!

 

Earth Expeditions Dragonfly Workshops Miami University

 

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