To support the home study movement, Netflix released ten educational documentaries on its official channel on Youtube. These ten films are provided for teachers who want to use these films as virtual classroom material that was held during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Titles include 13th, Our Planet, Abstract: The Art of Design, and selected episodes from Babies . Our Planet documentary explores various wonders of the world and animals or fauna that are in nature. Ii ABSTRACT The Art of Design tells about visionary designers in art and science, and Babies contains views about newborn babies.
At the end of each film, Netflix also provides study guides and question and answer sessions for the audience. “We have provided our documentary series on Netflix US YouTube channel.
We hope this can help teachers around the world,” he said, summarized from Indiewire Tuesday (4/21/2020). The ten documentaries are only available in English. But Netflix promised to provide translations at the end of this week. To view free documentaries from Netflix, please visit the official account on YouTube at the following link
Disturbed Covid-19 Netflix says that for years, Netflix has provided documentaries for material needs in US schools . But this need is hampered because schools are closed
Like most other entertainment companies, Netflix production has been disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic that is taking place in various parts of the world Netflix was forced to stop almost all TV series production for a while.
Netflix’s move to release a number of educational documentaries is also done in close proximity to Apple and WarnerMedia, which also began releasing their own content for free.
Apple TV + recently made many TV series for free, while HBO WarnerMedia offers free streaming for shows such as The Sopranos and The Wire on the HBO network.