Daniel Glick, Director
Educating Youth with Our Film
To facilitate a deeper learning, and to help students fully receive and personalize the themes and message of
Jimmy Santiago Baca’s story, we’ve developed a curriculum and a student workbook.
To purchase copies of the curriculum and workbook, please email us through the contact form below.
Finding A Place to Stand is designed to support educators in community centers, school-based programs and spaces of incarceration to facilitate critical dialogues and creative engagement with concepts presented in the film.
Each of the five intensive modules address a topical entry point, based around a relevant film clip. Scaffolded to meet varying needs, these lessons are accessible as one-off engagements or as sequential programming. Sequentially, the curriculum allows students to grapple with complex questions posed by the film, landing in a final engagement of their own inspirational fuel, passion and purpose.
$25 for a digital download
$50 + S&H for a physical copy
Getting Free is a companion workbook for students and is meant to be used in conjunction with Finding A Place to Stand. It is a part-journal, part-workbook aimed to spark an exploration of creativity and self-expression. It can be used with the curriculum or as a stand-alone piece.
It is fun and freeing, full of 19 original exercises that can awaken the creative spirit, 50 blank pages for journaling, and an appendix with exercises from Finding A Place to Stand.
$10 per copy (minimum order of 30)
Would you like to screen the film at your school or local theater? Do you want to purchase A Place to Stand's curriculum? Contact us through this form!
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