Educational Film Toolkits for Educators Working for Social Good

The Global Oneness Project is offering free, limited edition educational film kits for educators teaching in middle school through the college level. The kit contains 3 DVDs with 20 short films, 2 discussion and action guides, and 60 conversation cards that are designed to engage dialogue and inspire action. Film topics range from sustainability to conflict resolution to indigenous culture and more. Register today!

Author: Global Oneness Project

Location: San Rafael, California

Year: 2012


The Global Oneness Project distributes and produces films, media and educational materials that explore how the simple notion of internconnectedness can be lived in today's complex world. Since 2006, the Project has travelled the world documenting the global movement toward connection, community, and the recognition of shared responsibilities. The films explore how this movement is influencing such fields health, sustainability, ecology, social justice, and religious tolerance.

The educational film toolkit provides educators with versatile, multi-media educational tools that introduce students to an understanding of interconnecedness and its relevance to real world challenges. The kit contents are:

  • 3 DVDs with 20 Short Films - The films feature stories from around the world that both question the current paradigm reveal our greater human potential.
  • 2 Discussion Guides - The guides provide questions and exercises relevant to each film.
  • 60 Conversation Cards - Cards contain questions, quotations, and actions designed to help students realize their own connections within communities, cultures, and the environment.

Objective: This educational kit provides effective ways for educators to introduce global themes and multi-cultural awareness into their established course curricula.

Grade Level: Grade 6 through college level

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curriculum, social justice, leadership, sustainability, public schools, youth engagement, media, film, environment, agriculture

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