Our Gift for You: Resources to Inspire Hope
by IHE Staff and Faculty It can be painful and stressful to learn about the terrible injustices and cruelties of…
Sowing Hope, One Tree at a Time
by Shannon Finch The summer of 2013, while painting the outside of my house, the sound of chainsaws from the…
Most Teens Don’t Think the World is Becoming a Better Place
At the EARCOS conference, one of the other keynote speakers was Michael Furdyk, co-founder of TakingITGlobal, a fantastic organization we’ve…
Changing the World One Choice at a Time
This post is by guest blogger Laura Grace Weldon. Laura is the author of Free Range Learning: How Homeschooling Changes…
The Peter v. Paul Debate: Are We Too Optimistic (and Too Blind) About the Power (and Limits) of Technology?
For my post today, I want to share Sailesh Rao’s blog post about two TED talks. Before reading Sailesh’s post,…
Guest Post: Who We Are in a Crisis
This post is by guest blogger Laura Grace Weldon. Laura is the author of Free Range Learning: How Homeschooling Changes…
Star Trek, William Shatner, And a Humane World for All
Image courtesy of JD Hancock via Creative Commons. For my blog post today, I’m sharing a recent post I wrote…
Experiencing Enough-ness
This post is by contributing blogger, Kerri Twigg. Kerri is an IHE M.Ed. student, parent, humane educator, drama teacher, and…
The Future is Open
In their book Break Through, Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger write: “The future is not destined to be dark or…