This past April, HEART program managers, Kristina Hulvershorn and Mickey Kudia, presented at the Association of Professional Humane Educators’ National Humane Education Conference in Seattle, Washington. The presentation titled, Enhancing Social and Emotional Learning through Humane Education, taught attendees from across the country practical steps for incorporating social and emotional

By Kristina Hulvershorn Most children love art. For many, it’s an opportunity to let loose and express an emotional world that they are still learning to articulate. I have been continually reminded, as a humane educator, how seamlessly art can be paired with humane education topics. Often, upon learning about

Are you looking for some fun activities this Valentine’s that will also encourage your students to think critically about their choices? Below are five activity suggestions for bringing humane education to your classroom this Valentine’s Day. 1) Finding the Perfect Valentine’s Day Card Today, holiday cards can be made with

Last month, Cleveland High School Animal Advocacy (CHSAA), a Portland, Oregon student club facilitated by H.E.A.R.T., had the opportunity to attend the Animal Rights Conference, the “longest running animal rights gathering” in the world. Otherwise known as ‘AR’, the conference boasts 3 full days of guest speakers, workshops, exhibitors, and