First Period: A Film On Green Schools
Education Studies • 14m
Targeted at students and teachers, this is a playful film that looks at education beyond the confines of a classroom. Children engage with the environment and have fun doing activities like composting, planting trees, recycling paper, learning about sustainable agriculture and water harvesting.
It's all about stepping out, getting dirty, having fun and learning from the environment.
Director: Aditi Banerjee
2011 | 15 min
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