Humane Education Activity: Wonder Box
Start nurturing reverence for nature and a sense of wonder from the first day of school. The Wonder Box is…
I Am a Humane Educator: Lauren Allison
Lauren Allison, who earned her M.Ed. in Instructional Leadership with a concentration in Humane Education, teaches middle school English at…
The Power of Language: Our Newest Global Issues Guide
(Our Thursday blog posts are now reflecting monthly themes. For March, in honor of Words Matter Week (March 2-8), we’re…
Clothes, Class and Consequences: Humane Education in Language Arts
We start receiving messages about consumerism, class and appearance early on, but rarely do we offer young people an opportunity…
One Small Step: Volunteering as a Humane Educator
When it comes to launching into humane education, inertia and trepidation can take hold: What if I don’t know enough/I’m…
Humane Education Activity: Alien in the Ethical Universe
If aliens came down to Earth and observed how we humans treat others (humans and nonhuman animals), what would they…
Humane Education Activity: Find Your Tree
We’re losing our connection with the natural world. That which sustains us, feeds and nurtures us, inspires us. We depend…
Enter the Winter YES! National Student Writing Competition
Image screenshot YES! Magazine. This winter our friends at YES! are sponsoring a writing competition for students in middle school…
TeachKind Lessons & Activities
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Lessons and activities focused on animal protection issues. Lessons are categorized by class subject. (Note: Several of these lessons were…
TeachKind Lessons & Activities
Websites
Lessons and activities focused on animal protection issues. Lessons are categorized by class subject. (Note: Several of these lessons were…
Enter the YES! National Student Writing Competition
Image courtesy YES! Magazine screenshot. This fall our friends at YES! are sponsoring a writing competition for students in middle…
Mark Hansen: Persuasive Writing for Real Life
In humane education, we talk about the importance of learning and teaching for real life. So much of what’s taught…