The NFB Presents: Canadian films, resources and stories for your Classroom (SD33 Teachers/TTOCs/Teacher Candidates/Admin ONLY)

This virtual session will explore the National Film Board of Canada's enormous catalogue of films and interactive productions representing communities across BC and Canada, including films that focus on social justice and one of the worlds largest Indigenous film collections. This session will feature CAMPUS, the NFB’s education streaming service and show how to explore the NFB’s educational offerings by subject, theme and age. Discover teacher guides, digital lessons and interactive resources that support BC’s K - 12 curriculum. Learn how to edit clips from your favourite NFB films and how to create and share thematic playlists with your students.

Target Audience

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Sessions

A26 9:45 AM - 11:45 AM

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Presenter

  • National Film Board of Canada
    Ross Johnstone

    Ross Johnstone is the NFB's Education Manager. Ross's career in media-arts education spans nearly 20 years, and he advocates for film as a powerful tool to engage and inspire our next generation of change-makers.