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Teaching tomorrow`s vegans: An educators guide
Linda V Haider

Being vegan in a non-vegan world can be a really hard everyday challenge. This presentation will show numerous methods a teacher can use in the everyday school life to broach the issue of animal rights and veganism. This can happen in a direct and indirect way to cause little changes, step by step. Direct action, like the choice of the current subject, specific conversations with students and relevant school projects will be examined for usability as well as indirect actions like the presentation of your own lunch, stickers on your laptop or labels on your t-shirts. This presentation shows a guide to workday life which can be used in different situations – both in interactions with children and adults (coworkers and parents). As teachers we can help to shape our future and the future of our children – we should not miss this chance!










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