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Common Sense Media Jul 16
In this video, tweens + teens candidly share their thoughts, feelings, and concerns about today's news media.
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Julie Nilsson Smith Jul 17
Can you find the four mistakes?
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Nathan Schmitz Jul 20
Here's a source for teaching media literacy. ,
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Renee Hobbs 8h
“More than anything, profit-driven media needs our active participation in order to pay their bills.” The public can break the cycle of politics as reality TV if we choose not to watch it.
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Chris Barton 4h
book gives hope to in young people
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Desirae Diaz Jul 16
Common Sense provided different lesson ideas for teaching in grades K-2.
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BBC Young Reporter Jul 19
Confused about how to identify real news and filter out what is fake? Our online resources are here to help 👉 Register your school, college or youth group for a workshop or attend an event
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Sonia Livingstone Jul 18
Delighted to be part of ’s new Advisory Panel. Announced today. Lots to be done in advancing
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Michelle C Lipkin Jul 18
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jenkinsBjennings 17h
The good folks at the just finished another week of powerful PD
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Kevin Norfleet Jul 19
Another great resource on media literacy!
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Anne Marie Stenton Jul 19
This article offers a few simple ways to integrate media literacy into our content.
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) 7h
Tip of the Week Remember: you are responsible for the content you post. Research before you share, so you keep your connections safe from in your feed.
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Jurnee Smith Jul 20
Remember, with access to more knowledge through the internet comes the need to know what resources are reliable!
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School Spirit Vending CT Jul 20
RT : With these tips, you can help your students think critically about the media they consume and create.
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Ashley Azevedo Jul 19
"The amount of advertising, age-inappropriate content and mature information they're exposed to (combined with the fact that they can't yet read) makes them vulnerable to misunderstanding, manipulation, confusion, and even fear"
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Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. 🌎🎙🚀 Jul 20
new [PODCAST] Episode 465: Reflections on The 2019 Summer Institute on Digital Literacy
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Akshay Kulkarni Jul 20
Great to see the Vs research project I helped contribute to in March now has a website! 💻 Check out the project that organised with the US Embassy here 👇
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Grace Lim Jul 19
Factitious promotes in a fun and engaging game by educating users on how to distinguish between fact and false media.
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janet Jul 19
Interesting article on media literacy
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