All our courses [in humane education] invite people to use what we call the 3 Is: inquiry, introspection, and integrity. First we must inquire in order to learn about the important issues of our time; then we must self reflect and determine where the confluence of our knowledge and values lies; finally, we put our knowledge and values into practice which is living with integrity. This process is important for everyone - teachers, students, and anyone who wants to live their life intentionally and meaningfully.Read the rest of the interview here.
Monday, February 7, 2011
Why We Need Humane Education in Our Schools
An interview with Zoe Weil, co-founder and president of the Institute for Humane Education, on Treehugger.com:
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