Animal welfare by Antony Lishak

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Provide the free starter kits to schools with animal clubs, or use one to launch your own youth club. n KIND News—The most widely used humane education resource, this monthly classroom newspaper is aligned with National Education Standards and is used by teachers as a character education tool. n Critters with Character—Ready-made lesson plans aligned with National Education Standards for kindergarten through sixth grade, these books are available through the online catalog. Want to learn more about concepts and trends in humane education and about partnering with schools?

Try to avoid crossing your legs and touching your face, and be aware of your facial expressions; a witness who looks stonefaced, bored, surprised, angry, or defensive can send a bad message to the jury. Be yourself—the self that’s competent, honest, and serious about the work you do, but also a human being. “If you try to be somebody you think the judge or jury wants you to be because that’s what you’ve seen on television, you’ll appear shallow, phony, and disingenuous,” says Heiser. When a Fort Wayne officer goes to court, the enforcement division supervisor tells him to try to come across as a person, not as an authority figure.

In Texas, it’s TAKS. In Michigan, it’s the MEAP. But what do they all mean? And why should you care? CELEBRATE SPAY DAY USA 2008! ORG/SPAYDAY FOR IDEAS. 31 Humane Education Given all the focus on rigid curricula that prepare students for specific tests, it might seem impossible to introduce humane lessons to the classroom. But you can do double duty by creating plans that also meet the needs of teachers. Share and Tell: Find Common Ground Schools will be more receptive if you keep state standards in mind when creating humane education programs.

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