New Webinar Announced: “Animal Tales: Creating Critical Thinking Through Literature”
WHEN: Monday December 3rd, 7:30-8:30pm EST.
Stories have been used since ancient times to entertain, awaken the imagination, and impart moral and community virtue. On December 3rd, 2013, learn more about weaving humane-themed stories into existing programs or lessons. Discover how animal-themed literature can inspire students to “try on” new character traits and become familiar with welfare issues, the environment, and habitat protection. At 7:30 pm taking place for approximately one hour, attendees will learn to create memorable humane-themed activities that will educate, captivate, and inspire.
Dr. Stephanie Itle-Clark is the Director of the School of Continuing Education and Assistant Professor for the College of Arts and Sciences at Humane Society University (HSU) where she focuses on curriculum development and humane education. Prior to joining HSU, she worked as a public school teacher where she infused humane and character themes into the language arts curriculum. Stephanie holds an Ed. D. in Leadership and Change, an MS. Ed. in Development and Strategies, and a B.S. in Elementary Education, as well as Certified Humane Education Specialist credentials. She currently serves as the Vice President on the Board of Directors for the Association of Professional Humane Educators.