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M. ED. Program through Cambridge College



The International Institute for Humane Education (IIHE) offers people world-wide the chance to earn a Master's Degree with a concentration in Humane Education through Cambridge College's Individualized Master of Education (IMED) in Integrated Studies program.
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Address:
P.O. Box 260
Surry , Maine 04614
USA
Contact Person: Khalif Williams
Phone: (207) 667-1025
Fax: (207) 667-1025
E-Mail: ccl@acadia.net
Website: www.compassionateliving.org
   


Detailed Information:
The International Institute for Humane Education (IIHE) offers people world-wide the chance to earn a Master's Degree with a

concentration in Humane Education

through Cambridge College's

Individualized Master of Education (IMED)

in Integrated Studies program. The

program for this graduate degree is the

same as IIHE/CCL's Humane Education

Certificate Program (HECP) except that

graduate students will complete several

days of training at Cambridge College.

The affiliated master's program is the

only training and certification program in

the U.S. which teaches students how to

become highly effective humane

educators.

The program, offered to people

world-wide, is primarily

correspondence, covering 5 modules

including animal, environmental, cultural,

and human rights issues, and training in

communication and presentation over the

course of 1 to 2 years, with 1 to 2 weeks

of on-site training per year and several

days of training at Cambridge College.

Broadly defined, humane education

teaches about our relationships with

each other, with animals and with the

Earth itself, promoting compassion,

respect, and critical thinking.

Although mandated in most states in the

U.S., most schools do not provide

humane education for their students, nor

do schools of education prepare future

teachers to become humane educators.

All this is changing, however. More and

more people are interested in becoming

humane educators and offering

programs in elementary school through

college.



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