Teaching for a Positive Future 2 is a six-week online course to help classroom teachers who have experience integrating humane education into their classrooms and communities to take the next steps toward nurturing student-solutionaries. The course offers a more in-depth exploration of humane education issues and strategies and a more advanced application of humane education into the classroom and school community than Teaching for a Positive Future 1.
From thoughtful and inspiring course exercises, to dynamic conversations with fellow participants, to mentoring from your course instructor you’ll find the support and motivation you need to teach valuable critical and creative thinking skills that address our global challenges. You’ll learn how to help students nurture connection and embrace responsibility so they can become solutionaries for a better world for all.
2014 course schedule:
April 7 - May 17, 2014
July 7 – Aug. 16, 2014
Visit http://humaneeducation.org/online-courses/ for more information and to register.
The Institute for Humane Education is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) educational organization dedicated to fostering peace, sustainability and compassion through humane education. Humane education approaches human rights, environmental preservation and animal protection as interconnected and integral dimensions of a healthy, just society. Headquartered in Surry, Maine, the Institute for Humane Education has been training humane educators and promoting humane education since 1996. The Institute for Humane Education offers online programs, workshops and institutes, a certificate in humane education, and a dynamic resource-filled website: www.HumaneEducation.org.