I currently run our small humane education program at Roice-Hurst Humane Society. Over the last years I have pieced together curriculum from different organizations (such as HEART) and meshed them with ones I have created. Mainly the cirriclum is focused on animal behavior, animal welfare issues, but also focused on promoting pro-social behaviors for at-risk youth. Are there other animal shelter humane education curriculum that anyone suggests? How do you run your humane ed. programs (one time sessions, or extended weeks)? I'm always looking for ways to improve our programming. Thank you!

  • March 11, 2020 at 09:45 AM

    @SilverCometAWA I have not heard of the GenerationOn, so thank you for sharing that! There are just sooo many resources sometimes it's easy to get overwhelmed by all of them! I do agree that small and focused is more effective! I do have the flexibility of having youth come to the animal shelter so that is always nice. Thank you again for responding and sharing those resources!