Engage Your Students with Film
We believe documentary media belongs in classrooms as a tool for critical media literacy, for examining multiple perspectives and pressing issues from around the globe, and for bringing stories to life for students and adult learners.
CURRICULUM & LESSONSFull units and lessons to deepen student engagement with story, build critical media literacy and content-specific learning while addressing structural inequalities.CLICK FOR MORE INFO
INNOVATIVE PLATFORMSExpanding capacity for online learning with guided experiences that feature media and education content.CLICK FOR MORE INFO
EXPLORE OUR PORTFOLIOTailored content to foster engagement and impact across multiple audiences such as community organizations, faith-based communities, and professional associations (medical, legal, educators, social work, etc.).CLICK FOR MORE INFO
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A free online platform by teachers for teachers that engages students with the most pressing issues of our day through a lens of critical media literacy. The platform is free and offers standards-aligned lessons developed by veteran U.S. English, Science and Social Studies educators.
Access curriculum through our partner page at Share My Lesson, a destination for over a million educators who dedicate their time and professional expertise to provide the best education for students everywhere.
We continue to partner and provide guides and curriculum that support educators’ use of documentary films in classrooms for critical media literacy and content knowledge. These projects are visible on our Portfolio page. Also, check out the Netflix YouTube channel where we helped to create additional educational resources to supplement ten documentary projects Netflix made free for classrooms during COVID.
We worked in partnership with Amazon Prime Video to create free educational content to launch the following projects: All In: The Fight for Democracy, The Report, The Aeronauts, Radioactive