Find resources, lesson plans, strategies and more to help (especially new) elementary school teachers set up your classrooms to invite and explore humane education values, issues, and principles.Read more »
Zoe Weil—author, educator, and president of the Institute for Humane Education—describes how we can (and must) transform education and teaching; create such a generation; and build such a future.Read more »
This brief activity is a great icebreaker for groups of humane educators or student (or adult) solutionaries to help them define their visions.
Recommended: grades 8 and upTime: 30-45 minutesRead more »
“The way we see the world shapes the way we treat it.” ~ David Suzuki “When you have a vision, when you know that what you are doing is good for the people, then you cannot be stopped.” ~ Wangari Maathai “To stop any suffering, no matter how small, is a great action of peace.”…Read more »
Everyone has an ecological footprint. Participants use paper footprints to simulate the impact of their choices on the earth. Extension activities allow students to explore their ecological footprints and what choices can be made to reduce them.
Recommended: grades 6 and up
Time: 45 minutes
Un/a extraterrestre tiene una misión a aprender cómo se tratan a la gente y animales y el diálogo se inspira a los estudiantes considerar las inconsecuencias de la sociedad con respecto al tratamiento de seres diferentes. Recomendado para grados 5-9 Duración: 20-45 minutosRead more »