For teachers, by teachers.
- fine tune their teaching practice
- engage their students
- influence academic outcomes.
This 45 minute documentary highlights the connection between learning and the brain sciences. You'll meet Bri Parker, a senior, who’s failed more than she’s succeeded; Avery, a 4th grader in Mr. Holbrook’s class, who “loves the way he teaches," and teachers, Vicky Krug, Jeremy Mettler, and Justin Holbrook, who're striving to meet their students where they are in the learning journey.
The training module includes:
- Discussion guide, including additional resources
Purchase orders are accepted (W9 available); if you're ordering more than 5 copies, please email to discuss pricing and shipping options: info @ changethelensproductions dot com.
Colleges & Universities: Contact Alexandar Street Press directly.
Associations, Unions, Non-Profits
Use this film to lead a discussion on what's working in public education.
The Grey Matters Screening Kit for Associations, Unions, and Non-Profit organizations includes everything you need to share the film with education influencers, lead a discussion about changing education, and resources to learn more.
- Discussion guide
- E-promotional materials
- Institutional and public performance license
This license is valid for screenings at a single location. If you'd like to screen the film at a different location, please add the "Extra Site License" option to your basket.
The Grey Matters Screening Kit for K-12 schools includes everything you need to use the film for professional development.
- DVD of the film
- Discussion and resources guide
- E-promotional materials to publicize your screening, if you're inviting additional guests
- Academic and public performance license
This license is site specific. If you have multiple school locations where you would like to screen the film, please add Extra Site License to your basket.
Libraries, Individual Purchase
Is teaching a science or an art? How does the brain learn? This is a great title for your collection for patrons and individuals interested in the science of learning and seeing what's working in our public schools.
5 or more copies are eligible for a discount.