WILD THINGS is available right now for school screenings via the ATOM Education Shop. A free ATOM study guide is also available as a teaching resource.

We also have some bespoke Lesson Plans for Teachers available for Free from the Cool Australia site, thanks to the generous support of the Garry White Foundation and the Hamer Sprout Fund.

There are heaps of opportunities for students to engage with WILD THINGS from critical, emotional, cultural and ethical perspectives, while considering the intentions of the filmmaker.

Using these resources students can explore environmental activism, key events in the environmental movement in Australia and why people feel compelled to stand up for the environment.

Students can also think about an environmental issue they would take action for, explore mediums for communicating environmental messages and create their own piece of environmental activism.

So get teaching!