What’s New Wednesday 8-15-18: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected news and resources related to global ethical issues and positive solutions that you…
5 Minute Changemaker: Stop Using Balloons
by Marsha Rakestraw We humans love balloons. We use them for decorations and gifts. We twist them into shapes. We…
What’s New Wednesday: 8-8-18: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected news and resources related to global ethical issues and positive solutions that you…
8 Tips to Make it Easier to Speak Up
by Marsha Rakestraw The world is hurting. And our human actions – whether intentional choice, uninformed action, or as a…
What’s New Wednesday 8-1-18: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected news and resources related to global ethical issues and positive solutions that you…
Words Can Hurt: Activities About the Power of Words
by Marsha Rakestraw Whoever created that whole “Sticks and stones … but words will never hurt me.” idiom didn’t know…
What’s New Wednesday 7-25-18: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected news and resources related to global ethical issues and positive solutions that you…
6 Resources for Getting Stuff You Need Free or Cheap and Without Hurting Others
by Marsha Rakestraw We humans are starting to catch on to the truth that a bunch of stuff not only…
What’s New Wednesday 7-18-18: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected news and resources related to global ethical issues and positive solutions that you…
8 Resources for Greening Your Schoolyard
by Marsha Rakestraw You only have to watch kids in a garden or park to know that we humans have…
What’s New Wednesday 7-11-18: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected news and resources related to global ethical issues and positive solutions that you…
“This Is Me, No Longer Being Silent”: My Turning Point in a Primate Lab
by Madeline Krasno Editor’s Note: Maddie, an IHE grad student, recently spoke at a Moth StorySlam, and we asked her…