humane ed through language arts

Humane Education Through Language Arts

Find resources (books, lesson plans, articles, videos, etc.) to help bring global ethical issues such as social justice, environmental protection, and animal protection, to your classroom. Curated by the Institute for Humane Education.

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humane ed through art

Humane Education through Art

Examples of how art has been used to explore and comment on global ethical issues, as well as resources for integrating humane education into art. Curated by the Institute for Humane Education.

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drops

Seeing your epitaph unfold while you’re alive is a recipe for joy and meaning

Zoe Weil is a blogger for Psychology Today, and we share her blog posts here. Last week, I had the opportunity to experience the power of my epitaph. How is that possible given that I’m not dead yet? It happened because I deliberately wrote my epitaph 10 years ago.  Writing one’s own epitaph isn’t something…

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peace building

Peace Education: An Interview with Maya Soetoro and Scott Nishimoto of Ceeds of Peace

How might we proactively create a peaceful society? Dr. Maya Soetoro is the co-founder, and Scott Nishimoto, J.D. is the Executive Director, of Ceeds of Peace, a nonprofit dedicated to raising peacebuilding leaders. Their 3-Part Peacebuilding Workshop Series trains more than 70 adults each year in peacebuilding practices. Their most recent cohort serves 39 Department…

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False Dichotomies

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 economic localization movement is growing, with adherents advocating “buy local” as the answer to our myriad problems. Author Helena Norberg-Hodge begins her TEDx talk, The Economics of Happiness, with this impassioned plea: “For all of us…

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