We Provide Humane Education Materials for Students in grades 5-12

 

The goal of 21st Century CARES is to show how giving a strong factual one hour program to students from grades 5-12 can truly make a noticeable difference in their decision making once adults. We give you EVERYTHING you need to accomplish this.

           

EDUCATION PRESENTATION

 will help you when customizing your own program

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TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION

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FORMING HUMANE EDUCATION CLUBS

 

FIRST THINGS FIRST Things to consider when starting your own Humane Education Organization

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FUNDING IDEAS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES

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FREE TO GOOD HOME is one of the worst type ads one can place

 
SAMPLE LETTER TO SCHOOLS That you can Copy and Paste

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COVERAGE FROM MY TRIP TO CHICAGO

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IMPORTANCE OF HUMANE EDUCATION by Jeanette Shutay

WHAT IS HUMANE EDUCATION?

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WHY WE NEED HUMANE EDUCATION

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LESSON PLAN

 

 

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“IN 2012, ADULTS IN THIS COUNTRY MADE DECISIONS THAT ULTIMATELY RESULTED IN THE UNNECESSARY DEATHS OF OVER 6 MILLION HAPPY HEALTHY DOGS AND CATS. IT IS CLEAR OUR CHILDREN COULD DO BETTER IF ONLY GIVEN THE APPROPRIATE INFORMATION FROM WHICH TO WORK”

IT'S UP TO YOU AND ME.
~By Randy N. Warner

Due to the fact that I am not only proposing a philosophical conceptual framework regarding the effectiveness of Humane Education, but I am also a practitioner applying my theory within practical contexts, I consider myself an action researcher. In other words, I don’t only provide the rationale and philosophical underpinnings of my work, I actually go out there and apply it hands on. Furthermore, I am collaborating with professional researchers who are capable of taking my findings (i.e. data) and analyzing and interpreting those findings (i.e. scientifically based research).

I'm sure you've all heard ''if you want it done right, you have to do it yourself.'' That is where 21st Century Animal Resource and Education Services ( 21st Century CARES) comes into the picture. I have toured through 12 states and spoken to over 5,000 young people with my 5 big dogs in tow. I was blown away as to how easy it was to get an audience and how much interest today's young people showed towards resolving the issues I placed before them.

I am a true animal lover. But, I am over the top for dogs. I am not a teacher. I am not even a college graduate. I am just someone, who, over the years have proven that ANYONE can use my website with hundreds of pages of lesson plans, project suggestions, funding ideas and sources and more in order to customize their own program that best fits their local community's needs

I'm speaking of course, about a humane education program for your local community. This is just a one hour course that only needs to be presented in front of students two times from grades 5-12. Direct and hard hitting, it makes the points they need to know when they become adults. In a perfect world, the first time would be in the 5th - 8th grade time frame.  Then, second one ( 3-5 yrs later) or during their 9th -12th grade years, is just as strongly worded and serves only as a refresher course before going out on their own.

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PREVENTION OF CRUELTY IS KEY TO EVERYTHING

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WHY ORGANIZE?

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WHY VOTE?

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A NEW PARADIGM IN COMMUNICATION WITH YOUNG ADULTS

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YOUR NEXT PET  this  will help you decide which type of pet is best for you.

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MIRACLE This is a 'must see' video for your children

How to Start a Club

A step-by-step guide to starting an animal protection club

Now that you know why you should start a club, there’s the matter of where and how. Schools, churches, and community centers are great places to form clubs, and our guidelines below can help you get going.

If you're reading this, you're probably already aware of many of the problems facing animals. Remember that not everyone will know as much about animal issues—and they may not share your opinions on those issues. Stay receptive and open-minded to what others have to say.

1. Ask friends to help you get the club started. Tell them your ideas for club goals. Do you want to get the word out about factory farming? Help homeless pets and local animal shelters? Lobby for animal-friendly legislation?

2. Find an advisor. Most schools require that student clubs have an advisor—usually a school faculty member. Do you know a teacher interested in animal protection? New teachers may also be willing to take on a new group.

If you don't have luck at school, don't give up. Ask a parent, church leader, or other trusted adult in the community if he or she would be willing to help. Call local animal organizations to see if they have youth clubs. If they don't, ask if someone on staff might help you form one.

3. Find a place to hold meetings (ask your advisor for help with this), then start planning your first meeting. Decide on a time and date and start thinking about what you want to cover. (See Step 5 for ideas.)

4. Get the word out about the club and the first meeting. Make flyers or put a notice in the school newspaper. Use animal photos or artwork to grab people's attention, and make sure to include the meeting time, date, and place. List some of the goals your club hopes to accomplish.

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BROKEN TRUST

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GETTING THE LOCAL MEDIA INVOLVED IN YOUR EFFORTS

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HOW A COMMUNITY SAVED 95% OF INCOMING DOGS TO THEIR POUND

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OPUS ONE The Non Musical Version

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PROOF that Americans may not really want these problems to be solved.

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HOW COULD YOU? The most read of Jim Willis' Award Winning Stories.

 

 

 

 

 

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