Our educational resources and content are often shared by other premium educational organizations like Share My Lesson, Edutopia, Video Librarian and others. On these sites, and others, you’ll find free lesson plans, articles of relevance for educators, film reviews and filmmaker interviews and much more. Here are just a few examples of where you’ll find Journeys in Film around the web!

Share My Lesson

This free, award-winning community-based site brings together educators, parents and caregivers, paraprofessionals and school-related personnel, specialized instructional support personnel, union and nonunion members, educational partners, and higher education professionals who have the common goal of finding and sharing the best educational resources available.
Summer of Soul: 1969, A Unique Year was the #1 Partner Content in 2022!
➡ Check out our lesson on Teaching the Math of Space Travel with Disney’s Hidden Figures.
➡ Read our latest article on Teaching About Misinformation & Freedom of the Press!
➡ Webinars and additional resources available through Share My Lesson: Journeys in Film Share My Lesson Partner Page.

Pinterest image promoting Journeys in Film's Hidden Figures math resources. Featuring the Hidden Figures movie poster and images from the film of key Black women in the film. Text across the top reads: Free Math Lesson Using Hidden Figures in the Classroom


This site features free articles and information, inspiration, and practical strategies for learning and teaching in preK-12 education.
➡ Environmental Education: Teaching Climate Change in Social Studies
3 Great Films for Teaching About Globalization and Modernization
➡ All articles at Edutopia by Executive Director Jen Fisher and Curriculum Development Consultant Eileen Mattingly.

Video Librarian

This trusted resource for librarians and faculty supports individuals seeking to develop film collections for their campuses, institutions, and communities for over 30 years. Our resources at Video Librarian include articles, interviews, recommendations/film lists, and film reviews.
➡ Article: Educational Film Distribution: What Librarians and Teachers Need to Know
➡ Interview: Interview with Crip Camp Documentary Filmmaker Jim LeBrecht
➡ Recommendations: Bringing Books and Films Together to Inspire and Engage Students
All articles at Video Librarian by our Executive Director Jen Fischer.

Multicultural Kid Blogs

➡  Global Learning through Film
➡  More Multicultural Kids Resources

Religion Matters

➡  Exploring World Religions Through Art: Hands-on Activities for Students of All Ages
➡  Teaching Religious Literacy with Films


➡  Bringing Civics to Life for Students Through Film

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Written by Shaula Evans

Text across the top reads: Combine books and films to inspire students. Below the text are film posters for He Named Me Malala, Queen of Katwe, The Prophet, Whale Rider, Hidden Figures, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, Jane and Big Sonia.