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June 17, 2015

Humane Education

Resources

Humane Society International

Humane Education

  • Humane Education (World Animal Network), an overview covering the definition of humane education, its importance and how to implement a humane education program.

Humane education curricula

  • Protecting Our Tomorrows: A Teacher’s Role in Promoting Child Safety and Animal Welfare, a teacher-training program (Humane Society International).
    The following manuals can be used as part of a humane education program to provide training to schoolteachers.
  • Facilitator’s manual for teacher training: Protecting Our Tomorrows: A Teacher’s Role in Promoting Child Safety and Animal Welfare (with notes to guide the training session).
  • Teacher/participant’s manual: Protecting Our Tomorrows: A Teacher’s Role in Promoting Child Safety and Animal Welfare.
  • Sample lesson plans for teachers for Protecting Our Tomorrows: A Teacher’s Role in Promoting Child Safety and Animal Welfare:

  • Animal Mosaic (World Animal Protection): An overview of humane education resources including suggested curriculum, tools for teaching, evaluation and case studies
  • Teaching materials about rabies (Global Alliance for Rabies Control): materials in multiple languages to help children understand the risks and how to stay safe.

Humane education materials

  • Play it Safe with Dogs/Fuera de peligro en compañía de perros, a Spanish-English coloring book. Inside pages Front cover
  • Doggy Speak (World Animal Protection) a colorful booklet to help children learn about dog behavior and to minimize the risk of dog bites.

 

HSI’s Resources for Animal Protectionists offers documents and videos regarding: Animal Care; Community Outreach; Equine Welfare; Euthanasia; Exotic Animals and Wildlife; Fundraising; Humane Animal Control and Management; Humane Education; Legislation, Law Enforcement and Cruelty Issues; Operation and Management; Sheltering, Adoption and Fostering; and Tourism.