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Humane Education: What’s YOUR Mission?

Thursday, November 1, 2012

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By Dr. Kathleen J. Tate Program Director, M.Ed. in Teaching. American Public University What is Humane Education? In April 2012, I wrote a blog titled Humane Education: Who, What, and Why? about an important and growing niche of education, as well as classroom examples and resources. I was later thrilled to read an online Forbes interview with Zoe Weil, the president and co-founder of the Institute for Humane Education (IHE).

Humane Education: Who, What, and Why?

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

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Dr. Kathleen Tate Program Director of M.Ed. Teaching Teachers are charged with the task of delivering curriculum to their students. But to be most effective, teachers should make sure to teach curriculum in meaningful ways that their students can relate to and apply to either their current or future lives-within and beyond the classroom walls. One way to make curriculum and learning more engaging, motivating, and relevant is to teach through humane education themes.

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