Test your knowledge of the leader of India's non-violent independence movement by taking the quiz on the film based on the life of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
Modern racial tensions in a South Australian coastal town are put under the microscope in Paul Goldman's 2002 film Australian Rules, based on Phillip Gwynne's semi-autobiographical novels Deadly, Unna? and Nukkin Ya.
Using filmmaker Damon Garneau's 2014 documentary, That Sugar Film, test your students' knowledge of the development of the modern behemoth sugar industry and what effect this has had on the health of the average Australian.
Watch a classic episode of Numbers Count (see related videos) with your class and test them on what they have learned about addition, subtraction, rounding and the history of money.
Critique the "sense and nonsense" of the global $100 billion vitamin industry with Derek Muller and then test your knowledge of importance of vitamins in our diets and the history of the business.
At a time when gun crime and school massacres have never been higher in the US, look back at the lessons of Michael Moore's seminal documentary, Bowling for Columbine, and test your students.
Are your students' memories better than Dory's? Watch the film together and then test how closely they were paying attention in class.
Using The Lion King to teach about hope, friendship and family responsibility? Share the film with your students and then test their comprehension of the Disney classic.
Test yourself on the events leading up to the most turbulent year of Josephine Alibrandi's life as discovers a family secret and sits her final high school exams.
In a world where 12 districts compete in a brutal, televised event to entertain the Capitol, one young tribute upsets the order of things by volunteering for the Hunger Games. Test your knowledge of the first instalment of Suzanne Collins' dystopia here.