Media Resources

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Nobelity in Schools empowers students with knowledge about pressing global issues and provides inspiration and opportunity for student-centered social action.

Nobelity

The following lesson plans are geared towards Nobelity, our first feature film. A stunning look at the world’s most pressing problems through the eyes of Nobel laureates, Nobelity follows filmmaker Turk Pipkin’s personal journey to find enlightening answers about the kind of world our children and grandchildren will know. Filmed across the U.S., and in France, England, India and Africa, Nobelity combines the insights of nine distinguished Nobelists with a first-person view of world problems and the children who are most challenged by them.

  1. Click to request the DVDListening Guide
  2. Nine Month Focus (English)
  3. Nine Month Focus (Spanish)
  4. One Minute Video
  5. Online Conversation
  6. Online Poster
  7. Online Presentation
  8. Six-Word Memoir 
  9. Thinking Globally, Acting Locally
  10. Where in the World?

 

One Peace At A Time

An inspiring global journey, One Peace at a Time looks at the possibility of providing basic rights – water,

nutrition, health care, education and more — to every child. The film features the insights of Nobel laureates Muhammad Yunus and Steve Chu, American icon Willie Nelson and many others. A great introduction to the new Nobelity WebQuest, an online exploration of global issues connecting your classroom to the world.

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Nobelity WebQuest

Based on our award-winning feature films, Nobelity and One Peace At A Time, The Nobelity WebQuest website is a fun and fast way to engage with the issues that will affect all our futures. The WebQuest serves as a great resource for students and teacher to explore global issues ranging from Education, Energy and Health Care to Water, Sustainability and Peace.

 

Skype in the Classroom

A free and easy way for teachers to open up their classroom. Meet new people, talk to experts, share ideas and create amazing learning experiences with teachers from around the world.

Watch this short film about Skype in the Classroom, which shows a local Austin middle school talking to student from Mahiga Hope High School and The Nobelity Project Naturalist, Joseph Mutongu!

For more information or to sign up now, check out the Skype in the Classroom website.