AWI Quarterly Articles | Humane Education

Please see the below articles about Humane Education from past editions of the AWI Quarterly.

 

Lesson Plans Now Available for Popular AWI Books

AWI now has free lesson plans available for two of our most sought-after books, A Dangerous Life and The Magic of Touch . The lesson plans were developed by AWI in cooperation with educator Nancy...

Students Lift Voice, Take Action for Animals

The 2020 “A Voice for Animals” contest received over 500 entries from all over the world, including submissions from Nepal, Mexico, Singapore, and India. Many of this year’s entries addressed timely topics such as the...

Congrats to AWI Scholarship Recipients

AWI extends our congratulations to Hailey Chui (California), Katja Erringer (Oregon), Sage Farrow (Colorado), Lien Ferry (Pennsylvania), Makenna Owens (Florida), Will Smith (Minnesota), Isabelle Sydow (Minnesota), and Chloe Quin (Illinois). These are the recipients of...

The Woolly Monkey Mysteries

Performing noninvasive studies of wild animals can be tricky. The task becomes even more challenging when the subject of the study mainly lives in the canopy of the rainforest—nearly 100 feet above ground. The Woolly...

AWI and Book Publisher Enlist Kids to Save Species

Last May, AWI was honored to partner with HarperCollins Children’s Books on educational materials coinciding with the launch of a new series aimed at 3rd to 6th graders from Newbery Medal–winning author Katherine Applegate. Endling...

Young Activists All In on Animal Protection

In 2009, when Carter and Olivia Ries of Fayetteville, Georgia, were just 8 and 7 years old, they founded One More Generation (OMG) to educate children and adults about the plight of endangered species. They...