Wednesday, August 2, 2017
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM EDT

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Elizabeth Taylor 
America in Class – National Humanities Center 

The Reality of Teaching:
Virtual Screening and Discussion

Webinar Panel

  • Stacey Greer, Director of the History Project, University of California, Davis
  • Todd Wigginton, Director of Social Studies, Nashville City Schools; Board of Directors, National Council for History Education
  • Joe Schmidt, Social Studies Specialist, Greater Manhattan New York Public Schools
  • Fay Gore, Section Chief, NC Department of Public Instruction

Webinar Details

We invite you to join us for a private showing of Teacher of the Year, a documentary film that reveals the complex reality of teaching in the 21st century. We are proud to offer a special streaming of this documentary followed by a live panel event that explores ways our culture and media set expectations for educators. Parents, teachers, educators, community leaders, and others will discover new insights about education in today's world.

Purchasing Options

  • Individual Ticket: $5
    This allows for a single viewing in a 24-hour period as well as registration for a panel webinar discussion of key themes of the film.
  • Screening Ticket: $300
    This is a one-time screening for a group of people watching in an auditorium or theater. This could be for a K-12 school, university, or any other institution or group.
  • University or District Site License: $400
    This grants the institution the right to use the film for educational purposes in classrooms or make it available in their library or digital collections.
  • K-12 School Site License: $200
    Same rights as above, but only for a single K-12 school.