In celebration of Pride, this week NFB Education featured a selection of films on the topic of gender identity and sexuality.
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NFB Education celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day with a selection of films perfect for the entire family. Happy viewing.
This week, the NFB Education team marked World Oceans Day with a selection of content from Ocean School, our groundbreaking, immersive learning experience designed to spark interest in ocean science and advance ocean literacy.
Now more than ever is the time to consider the realities and history of Black-Canadian communities. Watch, discover, and learn alongside your students with a selection of educational resources from the NFB’s collection.
This week NFB Education wrapped up Asian Heritage Month with a series of films that portray the Chinese-Canadian experience.
This week we've something for everyone. From watching quality films to creating your very own, check out this week's offer.
From a tough look at how far feminism has come to an in-depth exploration of the Chinese diaspora, we’ve gone political this week at NFB Education.
Join NFB Education this week as we explore the senses, take a trip into outer space,and experience a cautionary tale about privacy on the web.
From an exploration of a peaceful protest that turned violent to an animated view on how we treat the elderly, this week we looked at films for older kids.
This week we looked at endangered sea turtles, anti-war films and the work of some great Canadian artists as seen through the eyes of children.
The fourth week of at-home education brings us stories of shamans, tales from the environment, and a peek inside highrise buildings around the world.
Welcome to the third week of NFB Education's at-home programming. This week we've got animation, docs and a chance to invite a shark into your living room!