5 Minute Changemaker: Break the Habit of Mindless Habituation
by Marsha Rakestraw You know how you’re lying in bed listening to the urban surf outside, and pretty soon you…
5 Minute Changemaker: Take Just Enough
by Marsha Rakestraw In the hurry-scurry of our daily lives, it’s easy to buzz through on auto-pilot and not think…
Moving Beyond “It’s a Personal Choice”
by Marsha  Rakestraw “It’s a personal choice.” If you’ve been a humane educator or changemaker for any length of…
Large Lessons From Tiny Lives
We had a campfire and cookout by the pond at the Institute for Humane Education recently, and when we were…
MOGO Tip: Little Things Mean a Lot
In the hurry-scurry of our daily lives, it’s easy to buzz through on auto-pilot and not bring attention to the…
Thank Everyone
Image courtesy of Dominik Gwarek. by Marsha Rakestraw Like many kids of my generation, I was raised to say thank…
“I Hate the Environment!”: The Importance of Educating in Age-Appropriate Ways
Image courtesy of sokabs via Creative Commons. by Mary Pat Champeau, IHE’s Director of Education One of the issues we…
Guest Post: Is Nature Somewhere Else?
This post is by guest blogger Laura Grace Weldon. Laura is a writer, editor, and non-violence educator. Her recent book…
Do You Tune Out or Tune In to Atrocities?
Zoe’s been busy with speaking & traveling and didn’t have time to write a blog post for today, so here’s…
“I Hate the Environment!”: The Importance of Educating in Age-Appropriate Ways
by Mary Pat Champeau, IHE’s Director of Education One of the issues we ask our students to consider regards how…
Are You Really Seeing Your Children, Your Students, Others?
by Mary Pat Champeau, IHE’s Director of Educational Programs My son’s kindergarten teacher told me once that every night before…
Bring Mindfulness to “Quality Time” with Your Kids
Christine Carter of Greater Good has a terrific post about mindful parenting. An interview she read on another blog leads…