The Institute for Humane Education is a non-profit organizaation located in Maine. This statement is taken from their promotional brochure:
"Humane education is a comprehensive field of study that explores the connections between human rights,environmental preservation, animal and cultural influences. Humane education helps people to live with com- passion and respect for all people, not just friends and neighbors; for all animals, not just pets; and for the earth itself, not just one’s own home. It helps everyone to live an examined,intentional life so that what we do today, helps tomorrow."
Titles of the blog posts:
12. Learning From The Lorax: Helping Students Develop Critical Literacy
11. Humane Educator's Toolbox: Parodying Society's Unrealistic Standards of Beauty
10. Liberating Our Language
9. How Branded is Your Child?
8. 10 Tips for Teaching Critical Thinking
7. Michael Michalko: 12 Things You Were Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking
6. What a Humane World Looks Like: Moving Beyond "It's a Personal Choice"
5. Richard Louv: EVERY Child Needs Nature
4. On Our Must Read List: Compassion, Inc.
3. 13 Resources for Teaching About White Privilege
2. We Need Pro-Hero Schools Instead of Anti-Bully Schools
and the most viewed blog post of 2012.....
1. 12 Children's Books That Challenge Traditional Gender Roles