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Dr. Rachel Rothstein was one of the highlights of the recent Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, speaking on the topic of "Unlocking the Power of Film: Using Movies to Enhance Learning" as part of the festival's "In Conversation" series.
Speaking after a screening of "Children of Nobody" and before a screening of "Everything Went Fine," two films that tackled sensitive issues, Dr. Rothstein shared her thoughts on using film as a tool for learning, highlighting how movies can spark conversations and enhance students' understanding of complex issues.
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