What should you do if you’re considering teaching a college-level course in humane education?
You should: 1.
Identify the course and what it teaches.
Make sure it is humane.
If possible, choose courses that are humanely taught.
Consider courses that teach people the value of life, including humane education.
Make a list of the courses you want to teach, and the departments that teach them.
Determine what courses you will teach and what courses the departments will not teach.
Create a list for students who might be interested in taking the courses.
If you do not know the curriculum, or have no idea what the curriculum is, or if you are unsure about what the course is, you can start by reading this guide to the humane education program at the University of Michigan.
If the course has been taught in the past, and you feel that the curriculum meets the standards of the Department of Human Resources and Career Services, contact the department and ask them to review the curriculum.
You can contact them by email or phone.
If a course has not been taught before, you should be sure to check with the Department to see if it meets the current standards.
If no Department of HR and Career services employee is working in the area of the humane educational program, you may have to hire an additional person.
You may also have to contact the Department for additional training.
If this is the case, make sure that you will be trained by someone from the humane Education Program.