Monday Movies Continue: The Boys of Baraka

March 26 from 2:30 until the movie ends
CETL Center, CG 218, AN Campus

CETL presents ‘The Boys of Baraka’, the second in an ongoing series of movies that showcase teaching shown on the last Monday of each month. This movie is an award-winning PBS documentary that will allow a discussion about how environment affects teaching and learning. It is the winner of awards at the Newport, Chicago, Woodstock and SILVERDOCS Film Festivals. A discussion about the movie will be held at 2:30 p.m. with a full screening of the movie to follow.

Click here to register:  http://www.nvcc.edu/cetl/training/
Click here to view the movie trailer:  http://www.pbs.org/pov/boysofbaraka/

 

One thought on “Monday Movies Continue: The Boys of Baraka”

  1. Many thanks to CETL and to Amy Gilley for introducing us to this to documentary. The discussion was thought-provoking, as always. It’s great to take a break from grading to talk about the role and value of education.

    Enjoyed our discussion of David Levy’s oped piece in the Washington Post yesterday, Do College Professors Work Hard Enough? http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/do-college-professors-work-hard-enough/2012/02/15/gIQAn058VS_story.html.

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