Does the film remind you of a current issue? Which one(s)?
Describe the similarities and differences.
What elements of effective teaching did you observe in the film? Is good teaching in the 1950s and 1960s still considered good teaching today?
Investigate the sequel, currently being published. No need for a synopsis.
What are your thoughts on the sequel?
Would you like to teach in the school depicted in the film? Why or why not?
Which one of these strategies do you like LEAST, and why.
Which would be something you might want to try in your classroom when you are in charge?