Youth from every region of the country are invited to take up the Canada Day Challenge.
Download the Primal study guide designed to guide teachers in the discovery of the scream, a fundamental form of human expression that has often been under-valued or suppressed.
Educators: draw inspiration from Indigenous pedagogies such as narrative approach and empathy to explore the concept of identity with your students.
Two NFB Education specialists were recently in Yellowknife to give film workshops. Find out about their trip and what the NFB offers to students nationwide.
Watch Operation Oblivion, a film that commemorates Chinese-Canadian war veterans—and learn about their contributions to building post-war Canada.
Help students use both deductive and inductive reasoning to develop hypotheses about the world around them with the Mystery Hunters and Be the Creature series.
Educators: how can you develop a classroom culture based on trust? Discover an animated short film that can be used as a pedagogical tool.
The NFB Education team is eager to help you as you prepare your classes for the coming semester. Explore all that we have to offer!
After viewing The Devil’s Toy Redux, the author talks about his teenage quest for identity, one marked by skateboarding and shopping centres.
Meet our dynamic contest winner! Many talented students participated in the Canada Day Challenge, and you can hear all about Sarah’s experience. Maybe you should enter next year, too. Spread the word!
Get inspired: you’re gonna start animating! Send friends and family unique, heartfelt greetings through short, shareable animated videos made with our incredibly easy-to-use apps.