Posts Tagged ‘teacher’

Teachers of the world, we salute you!

Films

To celebrate World Teachers’ Day, we’ve put together 5 films on teachers, the important job they do, and how they impact our lives.

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Inuit Culture, Living History

Education

Ensure your students have a good grasp of intercultural studies by using the world’s largest inuit films collection and its study guide.

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Learning Tolerance Can Inspire Positive Changes

Education

Invite students to explore the emotions that come into play when we feel embarrassed by the behaviour of others, as well as the resources available to us to make the best of such situations.

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Symbols of War: Talking about Civil War with Students

Education

Symbolic thinking is an important skill. Through this beautiful and moving story, students discover how simple objects such as birds or shoes can be used symbolically to represent civil war and learn about the lasting effects of this type of conflict.

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Another Way of Studying World War I

Education

Discover Apocalypse 10 Lives, an interactive digital story about World War I. Inquiry-based learning and strong supplemental supports allow students to research their own interests. Includes a thorough resource guide, including full documentation and bibliography.

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Building Resilience in Students

Education

Teachers can play an essential role in the development of resilience in children by influencing and nurturing the development of skills, attitudes and strategies. Help students turn the stresses of life into opportunities and build resilience with Me and My Moulton.

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Trust as predictor of student achievement

Education

Educators: how can you develop a classroom culture based on trust? Discover an animated short film that can be used as a pedagogical tool.

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