7 Must See Classic Teacher Movies
Working with children can be exhausting at times. Tuning into these classic teacher movies will inspire and uplift you, no matter what type of work day you’ve been having.
1. Stand and Deliver. This movie gives you hope for those students who don’t seem to want to learn. Remember… never give up!
2. Lean on Me. Almost anything starring Morgan Freeman is worth watching. This one is a reminder that all teachers can become heroes.
3. Dangerous Minds. Michelle Pfeiffer shows us how unconventional teaching methods can make all the difference for motivating reluctant learners.
4. Remember The Titans. This one is for the coaches out there, who shape the kinds of people students become on and off the athletic field.
5. Mr. Holland’s Opus. Richard Dreyfuss reminds us that teaching doesn’t just change the lives of students, it affects your own life too.
6. Goodbye Mr. Chips. Teachers who have been in the game a while will admire and relate to the Mr. Chip, who came to define his life by his students.
7. Dead Poet’s Society. Robin Williams is in a privileged but rigid private school, and uses creativity to teach his students how to think for themselves.
Grab your bunny slippers and catch one of these great flicks. It’s nourishment for the soul.
What other movies do YOU find inspirational as a teacher? Leave us comment to let us know.