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Cronkite School 56m
It's up to newsrooms to make part of its mission. , managing director of at the , outlines why it's crucial and offers four ways to do it. Read:
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John C. Silva, NBCT Apr 11
Today's cover offers an excellent teachable moment about quotes and the need to critically evaluate them by taking the time to learn the full context. ‘Some people did something’: Rep. Omar’s remarks in context
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Common Sense Education 5h
. is a great source for video-based news, thanks to the huge archive, current events coverage, and teacher-friendly extra links to articles.
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Common Sense Education Apr 9
In today's digital world, teachers need strategies to equip students with the core skills they need to think critically about online info.
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Peter Adams Jan 27
Replying to @PeterD_Adams
Teachers: This is a great learning experience for your students. Pick a trending or controversial topic, do a neutral, good-faith search about it, and see where YouTube's algorithm takes you, documenting and reflecting as you go.
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Carol McCarthy Apr 9
At opening plenary of NewsLitCamp in Charlotte, NLP's Peter Adams shows educators false and divisive posts that went viral, and asks audience: “What happens to democracy if people accept these statements at face value?”
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Damaso Reyes Apr 9
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Common Sense Media Apr 5
When big news breaks, it's easy to get caught up in following the news online. But while the internet can be a valuable place to find useful info, it also can be the source of misinformation.
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GVHS Library Apr 11
A2 SO much collabs this year since starting my big push via offering staff PD sessions ... after each session the collab requests pour in as Ts see how and fits across the curriculum!
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Society of Professional Journalists Jan 24
"It’s not always easy to tell if you’re reading news, commentary, propaganda or satire. So sometimes what people are criticizing is not actually news," says SPJ Journalist on Call Rod Hicks.
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Seth Ashley Jan 17
Published! My new book, "American Journalism and 'Fake News': Examining the Facts," is everything you need to know about news, real and fake. With esteemed co-authors and .
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Kelsey Bogan Mar 27
News and Media Literacy resources! I’ve created a for all the & resources and lessons I’ve compiled this year. It’s all available on my blog 😊 enjoy!
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The News Literacy Project Apr 11
There's a teaching moment every day. The first thing brought up with NYC students at the is today's cover and the proper context behind the quote on its cover. John: "Did she actually say that, and what’s the FULL context?"
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Common Sense Education Apr 1
April Fools' Day is a great time to remind students that not everything they see online is true! Use these tools to help students evaluate media and learn how to discern fact from fiction.
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BBC Young Reporter Apr 15
What's the most important part of a news story? 📰 tells us about the five Ws. For more top tips and activity ideas ➡️
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The News Literacy Project Apr 17
20-year-old Cristy Menor hasn't just used for herself; she's used what she learned to teach family members and friends how to be news-literate. Cristy's story:
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Victoria Baker Jan 29
Research into young people's social media habits shows they're really engaged in social issues: equality, environment, homelessness. Our project empowers 8-11 year olds to have a voice to tell news stories that matter to them
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Milano School Apr 4
Learn how to news! How do you know which news outlets to trust? Which stories are fake? What information is real? Join us and on April 16th to find out!
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Jessica Lonard Apr 15
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Alan C. Miller Feb 2
. turns 11 today! We’ve spent more than a decade focusing on news literacy — and dramatically growing our national reach and impact. Since its launch in May 2016, our has helped more than 120,000 students become news-literate.
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