Discussion guide

Go deeper. Our Discussion Guide has 50 beautifully illustrated pages of questions, ideas for discussion, facts and information, and group and individual activities that can be adapted for middle school, high school, college, and adult professional development groups. Ideas for filmmaking projects, fiction writing, visual art, anthropology research, nature observation, and more.  Recommended by International Baccalaureate schools.

Discussion Guide

 

 

  1. jhejhe09-19-2014

    Maaring umunlad naman iyong ibang indians pero masasabi pa rin bang masama iyon para sa kanila? kahit na sinira ang kanilang pamumuhay?

  2. PuaPua03-11-2015

    to be honest I wish every country culture would have never changed because to me the changes has brought forth war, racism , hatred people should have just be better off in their culture , way of fashion, living and their own lands.

  3. DavidDavid10-04-2015

    Governments in our countries all over the world won’t allow us improve our educational systems.
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    Let us change government systems in the countries of the world and the world will change education !

    • GiselaGisela01-24-2016

      Valiosa oportunidad para reflexionar sobre el próposito de la educación, un término pocas veces cuestionado, analizado, debatido, … ,considerando la diversidad de worldviews.

  4. GabyGaby01-02-2019

    Hello, I’m writing an essay for my masters on the ethics of global schooling and hope it’s OK that I’ve referenced your powerful, eye-opening, and deeply moving film. I’d like to quote a few things from this discussion guide too as it makes some very poignant (and eloquently-put) points – would you be able to email me the author of the discussion guide and its publication date? Thanks in advance.

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