New on NFB Education – May 2022
Did you know that NFB Education updates its films, playlists, and educational offers every week? With so much content constantly being added to our site, we know it can be hard to keep up—especially when you’re busy. With that in mind, we’ve created a handy guide that teachers can reference.
Check back every month for more documentaries, animation, and resource learning materials you can use in the classroom!
Here’s everything new on NFB Education this May!
EDUCATIONAL FILMS ON CAMPUS
Unspoken Tears (Trauma Through Words)
How can refugee children integrate into Quebec’s school system, given the unspeakable violence they’ve experienced? Following a psychologist specializing in conflict-related trauma, Unspoken Tears pays tribute to the admirable resilience and survival strategies of these “small adults,” whose spirit the bombs and camps have not completely crushed
In his new feature documentary Borealis, acclaimed director Kevin McMahon (Waterlife) travels deep into the heart of the boreal forest to explore the chorus of life in Canada’s iconic wilderness.
- The Japanese Internment (Ages 12+)
- The Chinese-Canadian Experience (Ages 6+)
- The Chinese-Canadian Experience (Ages 14+)
- The Digital Pilgrimage | Reimagining Commemoration in the Classroom
- Mini-Lesson for Star Wars Kid: The Rise of Digital Shadows
HOW TO REGISTER FOR A CAMPUS ACCOUNT
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