37 minutes | Mar 31, 2021

To Create a World Where All Can Thrive, Education Must Change

In this episode, Institute for Humane Education founder Zoe Weil talks with our co-hosts to dive into the history of humane education, how to move from being a problem solver to being a “solutionary,” and the impact she believes humane education could have on our country and world – especially as we emerge from a global pandemic.The Institute for Humane Education helps educators teach about human rights, environmental preservation, and animal protection to create a world where all can thrive, they recently partnered with Antioch University to offer MA, MEd, EdD and certificate programs in Humane Education.You can find the books Zoe mentions like The World Becomes What We Teach and Most Good, Least Harm on the IHE website here.Watch Zoe’s TEDx Talk on The World Becomes What We Teach here.Read more about Antioch University and the Institute for Humane Education’s partnership here.Learn more about the Institute for Humane Education here. To apply for a Humane Education program please visit antioch.edu.Recorded March 22, 2021 via Riverside.fm. Released March 31, 2021. The Seed Field Podcast is produced by Antioch University, co-hosted by Jasper Nighthawk and Simon Javan Okelo, and edited by Lauren Instenes. Guidance for this episode came from Melissa Batalin, Karen Hamilton, and Melinda Garland. Podcast cover photo of Zoe Weil by Jo-Anne McArthur.For information about this and future episodes, visit  theseedfield.org or follow Antioch University on Facebook.
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