Inspire your students by following artist Pete Clarkson in his effort to make sense of the tsunami debris washing up on the shores of Canada.
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Explore I Love Potatoes with your students! This adventure and strategy game uses humour to tackle sustainable development and social innovation. Yum!
Alanis Obomsawin’s documentaries Trick or Treaty? and Hi-Ho Mistahey! explore the effects of the James Bay Treaty, the validity of oral versus written history, and the availability of quality education for First Nations people. The films look at how the Treaty was negotiated and how Indigenous youth are challenging the government to fulfill its obligations. Here’s an overview of these documentaries with reference to four key concepts.
Films are wonderful civic education tools. They awaken our curiosity and sharpen our analytical skills. Introduce your students to the art of debate with NFB Films.
Discover the NFB’s collection of interactive film at SXSWedu, and explore how these works can engage students on important topics. Teachers tell us that interactive works support curriculum and are fun and easy to use. Vote now to see the NFB interactive workshop proposal included in the SXSWedu program offer for 2016.
School is a great setting in which to learn how to express one’s ideas and respect other people’s views. Explore the art of communicating with Big Mouth.
Reflect upon the birth of shopping with your students through the « Big Six » historical thinking concepts.
Invite your students to discover and understand the various rites of passage across the world with the series Becoming a Man.
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.
* This is a guest post by Lindsay Wright, Manager, National Education Programs Is it possible to fall in love with a city of 20 million people in 6 days?...
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