This is a recording of the live panel discussion, which took place on Tuesday, February 5 at 9:00am CST (15:00 UTC).
Grab your cup of coffee (or other favorite beverage) and join us for a casual conversation with several leaders in humane education. Together we will explore the past, present, and future of humane education. During this panel, we will discuss the history of humane education, the field’s current pedagogical approaches and research, and the anticipated long-term impacts of humane education. Take advantage of this opportunity to bring your questions, ideas, goals, and of course your refreshment of choice for an hour-long chat with experts in our field.
Coffee and Conversation Panelists:
Dr. Stephen Albone - Director of Education Programmes, Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad (SPANA)
Jo Anderson, PhD - Research Director, Faunalytics
Sarah Bexell, PhD - Director of Humane Education, Institute for Human-Animal Connection, University of Denver
Tim Grant - Publisher, Green Teacher
Stephanie Itle-Clark, EdD, CHES - Founder and President, Academy of Prosocial Learning
Julie O'Connor, PhD - Teacher and Coordinator, Cliffside Park, NJ Public Schools
Dr. Bernard Unti - Senior Policy Advisor, Humane Society of the United States
Zoe Weil - Co-Founder and President, Institute for Humane Education
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