Top 7 Educational Movies You Should See

Hawking

Hawking

UK, 2004

A biographical film about the university years of the outstanding British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, starring Benedict Cumberbatch. It will fascinate both physics buffs and those who don’t understand a word of theory. After all, the film is also about a man losing control of his body, but not losing control of his mind, not losing hope and passion for his cause.

Freedom Writers

Freedom Writers

Germany, USA, 2006

America, 1990-е. The poor quarters, A young teacher arrives in this monotonous, grey area in which she is trying to impart knowledge to her teenagers. Instead of struggling with her students, she finds a love-hate relationship with delinquents and troublemakers. They may seem incorrigible, but it turns out they just need a little understanding and support.

History Lovers

History Lovers

UK 2006

Since”History Lovers” is based on a play by Alan Bennett that ran at the National Theatre in London, and incidentally, all the actors who play the lead roles in the play perform the same roles in the film. However, the setting is Yorkshire, 1983. So, eight high school graduates with the highest marks, with which they can apply to one of the most prestigious universities—Oxford or Cambridge—must take courses to prepare for admission to these prestigious institutions. because a particular emphasis is placed on history.

So And helping their students gain the knowledge they need is the wise teacher Hector, Mrs. Linton, and guest teacher Mr. Irwin, each with their own methods of education and their own quirks. “For history lovers, it is also a chance to look at and appreciate the British education system.

The Professor’s Favorite Equation

The Professor's Favorite Equation

Japan, 2006

After this film, the viewer gets a second look at maths. The story is about a kind and generous professor who, 10 years ago, was involved in a car accident and afterward has no memory for more than 80 minutes. Two people come into his life: his housekeeper and her ten-year-old son, Ruth. So, As time passes, they become aware of the beauty hidden in numbers and are fascinated by the professor’s love of mathematics, and gradually they too begin to explore the fantastical world of numbers and equations.

Triumph: The Ron Clarke Story

Triumph: The Ron Clarke Story

Canada, USA, 2006.

Since, After moving from a small country town to New York City, Ron Clarke deliberately takes a job in the toughest classroom at an ordinary high school in Harlem. His children are the dregs of society. At least that’s what everyone around them, the headmaster, their parents, and themselves, think. But that’s not what Ron thinks.  If you miss not only school but also the charming Chandler from the TV series “Friends,” this film is for you.

Teachers for the Change

Teachers for the Change

USA, 2011

The director shows today’s schools that people go there not to learn, but to have an aimless time. Who needs these kids? Nobody. Not even their parents. Their teachers try to turn them into human beings, but they only get spit in their faces. And with such children, Henry Barth, the substitute teacher, will have to work.

Obsession

Obsession

USA, 2013.

It since An unbelievably strong film that makes you want to drum on anything, you can get your hands on. The film has two main characters, both obsessed with music and achieving perfection. So the first one is a conservatory sophomore, Andrew Niman, who dreams of becoming a great musician. The second is the ultra-demanding and super-professional conservatory orchestra conductor, Terence Fletcher, who believes there is nothing worse than telling a man “You’re good!” We won’t reveal what their confrontation will lead to.

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