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

By Bob Schwalb Comprehensive humane education teaches students about some of the world’s most intractable problems. In our lessons, we examine the scope of these problems, discover causes and effects, and search for solutions that will do the most good and least harm (MOGO) for all humans, all animals, and

By Liz Walch When I was a kid, I loved watching Whose Line Is It Anyway?, the TV show where comedians performed on-the-spot skits, bits, gags, impressions, and songs. I may not have understood all of the grown-up humor, but the silliness and fast-paced jokes had me rolling on the