Recently, I came across a website I cannot get enough of. Snag Learning is a website full of films about almost any topic imaginable from some of the most respected organizations including National Geographic and Sundance. These videos are different from other web-based videos because they are full-length, free to view and share, and perfect for viewers from middle school to college. Users can search for videos by subject, education level, or even channels. From looking into the reality of the genocide in Darfur, to the possibilities of genetic cloning, to Morgan Spurlock’s famous Supersize Me, these videos will definitely open the eyes of students to what is going on in the world around them.
Check out Snag Learning this summer when you have some time, and you may find yourself spending the day watching film after film.