Bringing the “I Can” Mindset to Children around the World: An Interview with Kiran Bir Sethi
Kiran Bir Sethi is the Founder and Director of The Riverside School in Ahmedabad, India. She is also the founder…
Middle School Teaching and Learning during COVID-19: An Interview with Donna Guerin
Donna Guerin teaches at the Renaissance Secondary School in Castle Rock, CO. A lifelong learner and teacher for 20 years,…
Love in the Time of Coronavirus
Zoe is a blogger for Psychology Today and she has been writing weekly posts about COVID-19. We’re sharing them here.…
What COVID-19 Can Teach Us about Mindfulness
Zoe is a blogger for Psychology Today and she has been writing weekly posts about COVID-19. We’re sharing them here.…
Humane Education Activities You Can Do at Home
As we practice physical distancing to reduce the spread of COVID-19, many are home with kids desperately seeking something to…
6 Tips for Developing Resilience
Resilience carries us through difficult, emotionally stressful times. Whether we’re facing grief over the loss of a loved one, anger and…
In the Garden of Love and Compassion: An Interview with Vasudha Wanchoo
Vasudha Wanchoo is the Managing Director of Jhamtse Gatsal Children’s Community. She was born and raised in India and moved…
Are People by Nature Peaceful or Violent? Is This the Right Question?
Zoe Weil is a blogger for Psychology Today (PT), and twice a month we share her blog posts here. Enjoy!…
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Discussing Race
Videos/Movies
by Jay Smooth TEDxHampshire, 2011 11:56 min “It’s the connection we maintain with our imperfections that allows us to be…
Help Students Learn About Making Those Who Are Invisible Visible
A student walking down the hallway spills his drink and keeps walking, never thinking about the janitor who will have…
Creating the Space for Conversations With Young People About Compassion for Others
by Abby Power Can we have an open dialogue with our children and students about what is happening in the…
Creating Interactive Humane Education Experiences
by Kristina Hulvershorn Like a lot of educators, I live for those moments when I see a learner pulled in…