Live on the Edge: Check Out Our Humane Edge E-News

In addition to our blog, IHE publishes our e-newsletter each month, Humane Edge, which is packed with ideas, interviews and information to inspire and inform you about humane education and humane living. Here's what's in our latest edition:

(Anything But) A Silent Spring - Though Rachel Carson was born 101 years ago this month, and her most famous book is more than 40 years old, Carson's work is still relevant today. Explore ideas for using Silent Spring in your teaching.

To TV, or Not to TV?: Exploring Media Influence - Last week was "Turnoff Week." Is television a useful and valuable tool (when used appropriately), or is it one of the banes of a healthy society?

Featured Activity: Envisioning a Humane World - What does a humane world look like? How different is it from the reality of our own world? How can we create the world we envision?

Featured Graduate: Gina Diamond - Gina loved her career, but wanted to do something that would really reveal the power of education and help the world. One day, a postcard came in the mail...

Featured Resource: The Teen Guide to Global Action - Point teens interested in social action and community service toward this helpful tool.

Be the Change: An Interview with Mary Pat Champeau - If some people are a ray of sunshine, Mary Pat Champeau is the entire sun. As director of the M.Ed. and HECP programs at IHE, and a member of the faculty, Mary Pat spends her days -- and nights -- nurturing and supporting students through their IHE journeys with wit, wisdom and wild tales.

Humane Education in Action: Digging Deeply for Transformative Change - IHE M.Ed. graduate Holly Clark is shifting from teaching students about social change in the classroom to creating and running a biodynamic outdoor learning cooperative that is already having a significant impact in her community.

We'll be adding even more content about MOGO (Most Good) living in future editions. If you'd like to receive our e-news each month, email and ask her to sign you up! You'll be glad you did.

~ Marsha, Web Content & Community Manager
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