Here are 8 movies that can inspire, remind about the importance of educator work, and make the teachers proud and inspired.
1.Stand and Deliver (1987)
Classic movies that illustrates the important role of teachers in today’s society. Edward James Olmos, in this true story, acts as Jaime Escalante, a teacher who has a much higher set of views on the concept of revolutionary education, until his efforts are able to get his students to pass the Calculus AP exam. Just look at the movie to see the other interesting side, because it is fantastic movies to watch.
2. Dangerous Minds (1995)
This film tells about the teaching of English in a school in a harsh city, Michelle Pfeiffer plays a teacher named LouAnne Johnson, an English teacher who can win the sympathy of her students, previously labeled the ” Unteachable “students, through care and deep understanding. Dangerous Minds does not fall into the insignificance of sentimentality, but it teaches us the importance of making our own choices and not letting the state of being a king that continues to haunt our future. Relation to English, The film teaches me a lot that teaching a language is not merely a technical teaching, but also a teaching of taste, because language is a wonderful and incomparable tool of human interpersonal communication.
3. Lean on Me
Morgan Freeman plays Joe Clark, a Principal who has a tough task to bring high discipline and willingness to learn on Eastside High School students in New York. While the case is that he is not always as vulnerable as other teachers, which he says would be great if a principal emphasizes the importance of discipline and learning in school. This film shows the importance of having strong and firm leadership.
4. Mr. Holland’s Opus
The film is very impressive and gives all teachers the hope and thought that they really do have an impact on their students. Richard Dreyfuss is a musician / composer who must take up a job as a teacher to support his family’s economy.
5. Dead Poet’s Society
Robin Williams delivers an amazing performance as an entirely unconventional English teacher in a very conventional private school (read conservative). Her genuine affection and inspiration of her teaching methods had a great impact on her students. Furthermore, Poetry’s reading by Williams seemed amazing.
6.To Sir With Love
Produced in 1967, this film tells the story of Sidney Poitier. Certa in it inspires many of us about how to teach today. Poitier took up a teaching position at a school in the harsh London suburbs to pay off his bills piling up. Realizing that his students need to be taught life lessons that are more important than the existing curriculum. He throws out all the conventional learning plans he has put together and makes a real and extraordinary influence on the personal lives of his students.
7. The Miracle Worker
Noun 1. miracle worker – a person who claims or is alleged to perform miracle (a person who claims or is suspected of being able to present miracles)
A pretty classic movie (1962) that tells about the miracles in teaching. Anne Bancroft plays Annie Sullivan who uses ‘love hard’ to Helen Keller, who is blind and deaf, played by Patty Duke. Very few people can watch the scenes in this movie without experiencing a sense of victory and relief. This film gives an idea of the importance of perseverance. Both Bancroft and Duke won an Academy Award for this film.
8. Renaissance Man
Danny DeVito’s performance as a teacher of ‘Double-D’s’ is amazing, a humorous and inspiring teacher. What seems to be just a mild comedy, but actually behind it has a much deeper meaning. Character
You can watch all of this in https://1movies.online/genre/Fantasy