The Amina Profile is a rich resource for educators focusing on the intersecting topics of identity politics, global geopolitics, and relationships in the age of social and digital media.
Enjoy a mini-lesson on Hedgehog's Home! In this post, teachers will find several activities, questions, and topics designed to help them lead in-class discussions with students aged 10-12!
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Ocean School invites young people on a journey of discovery that makes learning fun through projects that foster the importance of better understanding the ocean.
Steph Guthrie is the Impact Producer for A Better Man. She co-directed the film’s interactive companion, It Was Me, which won the inaugural Golden Sheaf Award for Digital Media at the 2018 Yorkton Film Festival.
Teachers can use Highrise: Universe Within to enhance pedagogy for both group and independent study. I have found that this digital project provides an important critical context for social studies in the classroom.
With the centre block closing for 10 years for renovations, we've found 3 films that offer a tour of Parliament, along with the rest of Ottawa.
Creative young people across the country once again took up the Canada Day Challenge to explore Canadian history, culture and identity.
As the Crow Flies provides a rare insider’s glimpse into the Royal Canadian Air Cadets’ intensive seven-week flight training camp. Filmmaker Tess Girard sat down with one of the female subjects to discuss life before, during and after the film.
Conflict resolution is hard. It’s human nature for us to think we’re in the right, and that our opponent is the one who’s got it wrong. Watch 3 films that deal with conflict resolution for children and adults.
Educator Carol Arcus’s blog post draws on films from NFB Education’s collection to explore the theme of this year’s Media Literacy Week: “Inclusion in a Connected World.” The learning activities suggested here can help students think critically about media and teach them how to build compassionate global communities.