We’re excited to share our top ten teaching articles of 2023 published across various educational outlets this past year.

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Our Most Popular Articles About Effective Approaches to Teaching With Film

Prepare for the new year with our TOP articles of 2023!  Get ready to dive deeper into teaching with film — by theme, by activity, and by teaching challenge.

  1. Creating Safe Spaces for Student Engagement with Difficult Topics — A Share My Lesson Top 10 Resource of 2023!
  2. Celebrate Black History Month With Film — This article can help you prep for powerful lessons in February
  3. Teach With Film for Women’s History Month — Check out some great resources for teaching in March. 
  4. Celebrate Earth Month by Highlighting Youth Activism — These resources would be fabulous for Earth Day or Earth Month in April! 
  5. Announcing our new Schindler’s List 30th Anniversary Guide — Including our brand new lesson on antisemitism, a powerful resource. 

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  1. Countering Islamophobia Through Film
  2. Freedom of the Press in a Changing Media Landscape: Teaching Journalism Ethics with Navalny and The Post
  3. Exploring World Religions Through Art: Hands-on Activities for Students of All Ages
  4. Educational Documentaries for Middle School Students
  5. Around the Web: Educational Resources

Are any of your favorite articles of the year missing from this list? Let us know which ones you liked best in the comments.

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