Facing History Toronto is delighted to announce we have been able to add 3 'Bully' Film Educator Kits to our resource library*.
Using the film BULLY
How do we bring difficult content into the classroom? For over 37 years, Facing History and Ourselves has worked with educators to bring difficult conversations about stereotyping, persecution and violence into the classroom in ways that deepen students' empathy, compassion and knowledge - and inspire students to think critically, ethically, and stand up against injustice. If you would like to work with us to bring this film or other case studies to your school, please contact us to meet with your planning team.
To access ways in which we have approached this film with educators, visit our free online self-paced workshop, or check out the sequence and strategies we used in our live workshop in Toronto. If you have brought this film to your school already, we would love to hear what you did! Leave a comment below.
*NOTE: Our Library Resources are available to educators who have completed a qualifying workshop or seminar with Facing History. For more information on how you can take part in one, please visit our website.
To purchase a copy of the BULLY film and educator toolkit, please visit http://safeschools.facinghistory.org/content/get-bully-movie-and-educator-toolkit-dvd