Movies have the power to take your students back in time, transport them to a distant planet, or inspire their imaginations. For a unique and memorable way to connect with your students, schedule a school field trip to an AMC theatre. Choose from AMC’s calendar of films or select from a catalog of educational IMAX films, available year-round.
Northwestern University’s Knight Lab comprises a team of designers, developers, students, and educators who are working together to generate new ways to communicate digitally as a means to enhance journalism in the ever-changing digital age.
Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP) has many resources to help teachers and their students recognize the rich history and contributions of people who are deaf or hearing impaired, as well as those who are autistic. One of DCMP’s offerings is No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie. Another is the award-winning documentary Autism Goes to College from the Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences.
University of Southern California (USC) Shoah Foundation and Discovery Education are sponsors of the Stronger Than Hate Challenge, a contest for middle school and high school students across the nation to find inspiration in the stories of survivors of genocide.