Humane Educator for Farm Sanctuary: An Interview with Maddie Krasno, Graduate Student in IHE’s M.A. Program
Maddie Krasno is the San Francisco Bay Area Humane Educator for Fam Sanctuary and a graduate student in IHE’s M.A.…
The Solutionary Students of Oceanside: An Interview with Mitch Bickman and Laura Trongard
Mitch Bickman is the Director of Social Studies in the Oceanside School District and is the recipient of the 2016…
Thank You, Teachers
Zoe is a blogger for Psychology Today (PT), and twice a month we share her blog posts here. Enjoy! Dear…
Youth In Front
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Youth In Front is a “community-created online learning resource” dedicated to providing youth with “advice on leading change” specifically related…
Defining Your Purpose as a Teacher
by Zoe Weil At the beginning of the teachers’ workshops I lead, I often facilitate an activity that invites participants…
Educating Solutionaries Matters More Than Ever
by Zoe Weil As the year draws to an end, I wanted to share just three ways in which IHE…
Cultivate Young Solutionaries With IHE’s Solutionary Program
by Barbara Fiore It is incredibly inspiring to hear a young, school-aged person talk about how empowered they feel. I…
Teacher Planner Offers Resources, Ideas for Exploring Social Justice Issues
by Marsha Rakestraw Many teachers are eager for resources that can help them integrate humane education (which includes social justice)…
What’s New Wednesday 5-23-18: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected news and resources related to global ethical issues and positive solutions that you…
11 Activities to Help Students Understand Different Perspectives
by Marsha Rakestraw In mid-January, two boys, ages 12 and 13, killed more than 500,000 bees and destroyed tens of…
9 Resources for Teaching About Unconscious Bias
by Marsha Rakestraw We all have biases. We’ve heard many times that those biases are an evolutionary adaptation that helped…
Helping Students Make Beautiful Music With Their Lives
by Mary Pat Champeau “Children learn to smile from their parents.” ~ Shinichi Suzuki I learned so much about parenting…