Most of us are familiar with the parable of the three blind men who come across an elephant, an animal that none of them had encountered before. They each touch a different part of the elephant and describe what they have come across based on their limited experience. They all

By Kim Korona At first glance, some people might wonder how we can possibly cover so many different topics in humane education.  While diverse and broad in scope, the content and skills that we teach are grounded in commonality. At its core, humane education is about reflecting on the type

We know that education has the power to change the world. The learning youth gain shapes the knowledge and skills they have to apply to all aspects of their lives. At HEART, we have been teaching humane education for over a decade to encourage youth to view the world through

Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie describes a concept called “the danger of the single story” in her TED talk. She explains that this danger comes from people being told the same single story in slightly different ways over and over again until it is the only story they know. These stories

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By Kim Korona With elections, I think there are three important things to address with youth. First, we want to teach them the history and value of voting. We should also consider how this election is affecting them. Lastly, we should educate them on the current topics being covered in