Educator, Changemaker, Environmentalist, Lawyer: An Interview with Hans Hageman
Introduction: Hans Hageman has worn many hats, among them school founder, educator, coach, lawyer, activist, and environmentalist. He’s a role…
Solutionary Learning in Hundreds of Classrooms: Interview with San Mateo County Education Leaders Andra Yeghoian and Doron Markus
Introduction: Last fall, Andra Yeghoian, the Environmental Literacy Coordinator for San Mateo County, CA, reached out to IHE to let…
Founder of YEA Camp, Nora Kramer: Empowering Teens and Adults Aspiring to Have Big Impact on Social Justice Issues
IHE: Nora Kramer is the director of Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp, a social justice activist camp for teens and…
Why False Dichotomies Impede Solutionary Thinking
Zoe is a blogger for Psychology Today (PT), and twice a month we share her blog posts here. Enjoy! The…
Brain Appetizers Can Lead to Mental Entrées
Zoe is a blogger for Psychology Today (PT), and every other week we’ll be sharing her PT blog posts here.…
If You Want to Create Change, Focus on Systems
Zoe is a blogger for Psychology Today (PT), and each week we’ll be sharing her PT blog posts here. Enjoy!…
Humane Education in Action: A Conversation with Solutionary and IHE Alumna – Kim Korona
Kim Korona is a graduate of IHE’s M.Ed. program and serves as the Senior Program Director at HEART, a non-profit…
Empathy + Thinking = Wise Action
Most people consider empathy—the ability to share and understand the feelings of others —a good thing. Teachers often reach out to…
How Evolution Can Help Us Solve Problems: A Conversation with Michael Charles Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison
For my post today, I interviewed Michael Charles Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison about their book, The Hypothetical Species, and their…
Sharing Knowledge: An Act of Love
by Lynne Westmoreland As humane educators and solutionaries, sharing our knowledge with other people can sometimes be difficult or awkward.…
Thinking about Death Prompts us To Live our Lives with Greater Meaning
In this powerful and moving TED talk, Candy Chang shares her New Orleans community’s most fervent wishes. Candy converted an…
We Can All Be “Good Selfish” Heroes
by Len Morris I’ve had the honor in my lifetime to meet heroes, people of moral authority who have risked…