Follow the Moon Home: A Tale of One Idea, Twenty Kids, and a Hundred Sea Turtles
Books
by Philippe Cousteau Chronicle Books, 2016 Grades K-4 Vivienne is new to her community. Her mom says it will soon…
I Am a Humane Educator: Kristina Hulvershorn
IHE M.Ed. graduate Kristina Hulvershorn started her career as a teacher. Now she works in Indianapolis, Indiana, as the Youth…
Real Kids, Real Stories, Real Change: Courageous Actions Around the World
Books
It’s easy for kids to look around and see great adults doing great things, but how can kids use their…
Violet Mackerel’s Pocket Protest
Books
Violet and Rose love spending time together underneath their favorite oak tree in Clover Park. Together they explore nature and…
We Must Develop Truly Solutionary Solutions
by Zoe Weil If you conduct a web search for “kid heroes” you’ll discover wonderful children doing great things. It…
I Am a Humane Educator: Karen Patterson
IHE M.Ed. graduate Karen Patterson works as the director of humane education for the Humane Society of Huron Valley in…
A Solutionary Spin on Character Education
by Megan Pincus Kajitani When my kids’ Montessori teacher asked me last fall to teach a character education curriculum…
Positive, Practical Action
Last September saw hundreds of thousands of people around the world take action to address climate change via the People’s…
Humane Educator’s Toolbox: “Chained”
by Marsha Rakestraw and Lauren Allison In the book “Chained” by Lynne Kelley (2012), in order to help his sick…
Featured Resource: “The Milk of Birds”
by Lauren Allison and Marsha Rakestraw In “The Milk of Birds” by Sylvia Whitman (363 pgs), K.C. is a young…
Resources for Raising Compassionate Children
Raising thriving, kind children who take delight in making choices that help people, animals, and the earth is a joy.…
Why We Need Humane Education: Students Need to Be Solutionaries
IHE guest blogger Amanda Schmit is an IHE M.Ed. student. She says, “Through IHE I am hopeful that I will…