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Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism & Ideas Oct 21
It's Media Literacy Week! In Partnership with the ABC, is supporting a media literacy program for students in regional, rural and remote areas.
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Mrs. Suttle Oct 22
Media Literacy students dropping some knowledge (& candy for winning trivia answers!) on 6th period lunch today. Happy Media Literacy Week!
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kiera ☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆ Oct 24
"white and black Americans both experiment with marijuana equally, but it was shown that 9 out of 10 of those arrested for it were people of color"
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b town Oct 24
No ones taken her out to dinner!
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Amanda Levido Oct 21
Excited to be at for the News Champions forum to hear the ideas of young people and their views on news and leadership.
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GPB Education Oct 24
How do you convince 13-year-olds that have always relied on Google...that they have to actually open each search result, read the information, find the author and cross-reference the information presented with other sources?
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Vanessa Otero Oct 24
It's and we () are about to launch a Media Literacy software platform. Teach students how to rate news sources on the Media Bias Chart themselves. Find out about it here! .
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Mom Of All Capes Oct 22
It's ! How does the anonymity of the internet trick us into believing we are safe? I used "Little Red Riding Hood" to explain to my daughters how their feelings of safety are false:
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Michelle Ciccone Oct 18
Getting ready for here at ! Adapting a game from this version hanging in the library and open for all to contribute to
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Kei Kawashima-Ginsbe Oct 26
Wondering how to make sure students have strong media literacy? See be our post on 10 Ways Media Literacy Matters in 2020! What are other ways to advance media literacy? via
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Student Reporting Labs Oct 24
Is this even news? Here are the five values journalists use to decide if something is newsworthy:
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Michelle C Lipkin Oct 29
Forgot to tweet this gem from our kick off event in Detroit. rocks! Go, Alice!
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Rose Luna Oct 29
Participation & Gov. students started with Very interesting watching them work on the 1st lesson InfoZones. Many did not know which would be a verified news source. Eye opening. So we discussed it    
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Boys and Girls Clubs Oct 7
It’s ! For this year’s theme, , looks to stop the spread of false info online. We’re doing our part with Let’s Talk Digital. In partnership with , this program engages youth in digital literacy & teaches them about misinformation.
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Lisa Fazio Oct 21
3 tips to fact-check the internet Who's behind the information? What is the evidence? What do other sources say? from during
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NEDA Oct 22
the function of ads/magazines is to convince folks that something is wrong with them, so they can sell a product to fix it? Learning about is a crucial first step in advocating against unrealistic and harmful media messages.
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Neil Andersen Oct 19
The Association for Media Literacy wishes and all our American friends a great !
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Annelise Wunderlich Oct 15
Misinformation + propaganda are in full swing w/ around the corner. shares our 3 fave Above the Noise videos that help students think critically and ask the right questions.
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PBS NewsHour Extra Oct 21
Yet another real life connection to during 1. Read Facebook's just announced security changes ahead of election 2020 via : 2. Why does say they don't go far enough?
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Becky Wandel Oct 22
Happy to share some media literacy advice like using the stoplight method to evaluate posts you see on social! 🚦 and always proud to be repping 😎
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