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JB 22h
Great resources from Learning Lab! through
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Ricardo Castellini da Silva 3h
Another interesting media literacy game. Quite useful even though it was designed for audience of 18 years and older. I think with few small changes the game could be used by younger people and have a much bigger impact.
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Miss D 46m
Media Literacy in our classroom today. Exploring the features of juice boxes and who the intended audience is. Students will be creating their own juice boxes for an audience as a final task
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BBC Young Reporter 11m
Get young people to play the game then see what skills they've developed with our suggested activities and lesson plan 👇
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Kitchener Public Library 14h
If you love someone who regularly shares hoaxes, conspiracy theories, and unsubstantiated info on social media, please share this with them and gently invite them to attend with you!
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UCL Knowledge Lab 6h
Carole Cadwalladr's TED talk in Silicon Valley - Social media, democracy and more...
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Shannon Miller 15h
I loved using this book to talk about multimedia and design aspects over the different historic eras when coteaching with my friend @lacicors during the introduction to the 8th graders final US History Project at
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ClimateHawk2 10h
Replying to @execulive @JayInslee
Rush...no thanks. I don't do highly biased, non-credible, chat radio heads as serious information sources...I would have to turn the volume on and listen to his guns flap. Tucker is bad enough. I don't do Pychosis Jones either. ;) NASA is my go to.
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BBC Young Reporter 5h
We've created online resources to help young people identify real news and filter out and false information 👉 Register your school, college or youth group for a workshop or attend an event
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NAMLE Apr 19
New research from that could help YOUR classroom:
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Fiskkit 20h
Do you teach critical thinking/reading/writing? Email contact@fiskkit.com to try a new tool that lets students comment individual sentences in an article, and tag for common problems. Then see which descriptors get statistically validated by the class!
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Project Look Sharp 21h
Demystify ads with your students! Head to their new Ad Library, where you can find and analyze any ad that’s currently running on the platform. An interesting new tool!
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Katherin Garland 12h
Most definitely! Exciting work ahead
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#PDFCEE19 2h
is one of the things we need to focus on. What are the other ones mentioned by ? Check the reportage from the Day 2 of Personal Democracy Forum CEE 2019 🎞️
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Common Sense Education Apr 21
A video essay can be a great tool for media literacy education. Here's why.
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Kids Video Connection Apr 22
Props to for producing this handy article with some fundamental tips and tools for parents trying to teach responsible habits:
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NAMLE 12h
Not sure how to teach in your classroom? Register for and watch educators like from give a live demonstration of a classroom lesson!
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Faith Rogow Apr 23
Just imagine how our political and social culture might look if the $$ wasted on attempts to privatize public ed instead went to integrate education in our schools! Thx for this important research
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Media Lit For Health Apr 22
This report, from the UK's Parliamentary Group on Literacy, is a fascinating read. It has useful definitions of fake news and several ways we can teach children to differentiate good and bad sources. Most important? More programs in schools!
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Maree🌏 2h
looking forward to collaboration for 2-9 Aug 👫🌏♻️
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