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Animal Kind

Animal Kind is dedicated to instilling, reinforcing, and enhancing the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours of young individuals towards animals. Rooted in the belief that humane treatment of animals fosters compassionate behaviour towards people, this program employs experimental evaluation methods to gauge the effectiveness of workshops in cultivating overall kindness.
Target Audience:
Created for 4th and 7th grade, keeping in mind the social and cognitive developmental stages of the children.
Language Options:
Available in both Hindi and English, accommodating a diverse range of participants.
Program Structure:
Structured as a recurring program, sessions occur bi-weekly, providing a thorough dive into humane education. The schedule and curriculum are developed collaboratively with school faculty to precisely address the unique needs of the students.
Teaching Methods:
Consistent and Age-Appropriate Communication:Concepts are conveyed consistently, clearly, and in an age-appropriate manner for optimal understanding and engagement.
– Diverse Teaching Techniques:Within the 45-minute timeframe, various methods such as didactic learning, discussions, stories, videos, and written materials are utilised to deliver lessons.
Active Participant Engagement:Participants, including children, are encouraged to actively engage through reading, role-play, and responsive interactions.
Program Goals:
  • Improving Knowledge Towards Animals and Their Needs
  • Improving Attitudes Towards Interactions with Animals
  • Improving Compassion Towards Each Other
  • Empowering Children to Act “Animal Smart”
Impact Measurement:
The program’s impact is methodically measured through a comprehensive approach:
Quantitative Pre-Post Analysis:
Evaluating the achievement of program goals through quantitative analysis before and after participation.
Qualitative Indicators:
Teacher observations provide qualitative insights, affirming well-executed instructions and participants’ intellectual and emotional engagement.