You can use social media to educate your children about humanism and humanist values.
But how do you do it?
It’s not hard to find ways to educate children about these issues through videos, blogs and podcasts.
If you want to make them more compassionate, the best way is to teach them the values that are part of our common humanity.
“If you’re a humanist you are really passionate about the issue of human rights, equality and social justice, and you really want to show your children that there are other human beings that you could be proud to call family members and friends,” says Professor Peter Murchie, who researches humanism at the University of New South Wales.
The key to making your children feel more compassionate The best way to make children feel less alone is to be more respectful towards them, Dr Murchies says. “
And if you’re interested in how to teach your children the humanist ideals, you can create your own videos.”
The key to making your children feel more compassionate The best way to make children feel less alone is to be more respectful towards them, Dr Murchies says.
“They don’t have to be the ones who are doing the complaining,” she says.
It’s important to teach children to understand that there is a wide range of different people, she says, “but they can’t be told that they are the problem, that there’s someone else who needs to be held accountable.”
For example, Dr Davenport says you can show children that it’s important not to blame other people, or to make the point that people can’t all be equal.
She also recommends that parents and children learn about the different types of racism and discrimination that people of different backgrounds face.
“We should be careful not to teach our children that we’re racist or we’re sexist or we are against the human rights of other groups of people,” she advises.
To be more humane, she recommends giving children the opportunity to explain why they are not comfortable with being bullied or mistreated.
If you’re going to be a bully, it might be a good idea to say to your child: “We don’t do bullying. “
Or: “You shouldn’t do this, this is not right.
“If you’re going to be a bully, it might be a good idea to say to your child: “We don’t do bullying.
We’re not the bullies.
“For a video series about bullying, check out Dr Mutha, Dr Hirsch and Professor Peter.
To learn more about how to make yourself more compassionate on social media, read our guide to using social media as a means to educate yourself.
For more information on how to create and promote compassion for children on social platforms, read about using empathy as a way to help children.