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Guardian EduCentre 1h
Book a place on our teacher open evening 27 Sept & find out more about our free journalism & media workshops & resources for primary & secondary schools
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BBC School Report Sep 23
Want to find out more about opportunities for young people to report with and attend and events? Register to receive our updates and invitations for your school, college or youth organisation:
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KarynRegalWBZ Sep 22
This is a beautiful and classic example of well-meaning people spreading false information. Check your information before you share it before reporters everywhere have a collective nervous breakdown.
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The News Literacy Project Sep 17
Kick up your heels, show off your constitutional rights and help at the same time: The is engraving the on the soles of its new Freedom Shoe line, and donating $20 of online sales to us!
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BBC School Report 17h
We've created online resources to help young people identify real news and filter out and false information: And to sign up your school or sixth form college for a workshop:
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Ruta Puskorius Sep 22
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The News Literacy Project Sep 18
Hurricanes & their aftermath are no time for jokes, but people do — & a faked photo can become dangerous. offers ways to determine a photo's validity & more (these are also in our lessons.)
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News Co/Lab 15h
We have featured many great ideas from media organizations for improving and increasing transparency. Do you have an idea you'd like to contribute? Please submit it to us!
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News Co/Lab Sep 20
" on from : “No one is born with news literacy. They learn it. The question is, how can they learn it well and enough of it so that it helps them get the news they need to run their governments and their lives?” "
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Lucia Harper - 🇨🇦  Strategist - Speaker Sep 17
Reporters report; they don't opine. Learn about the implied bias of "so called" and the more professional term "alleged". If you want the respect of your peers and the public you must report in an unbiased way.
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BBC School Report Sep 18
Sign up to to receive e-comms about opportunities for young people to report with and attend media skills and events.
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BBC School Report Sep 21
We want to help young people navigate news - they can play the role of a newsroom journalist, making their own decisions on what is true or false with our interactive game!
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John C. Silva, NBCT Sep 22
A reminder of the power of a free press to be our Watchdogs and hold those in power accountable as well as how much we should value local news.
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Dr. Lindsay Portnoy Sep 21
Excited hear about ⁦⁩ latest game about by the brilliant ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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iCivics Sep 21
TODAY... learn about using games to teach with our Chief Education Officer during the series of short talks at
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WaterHill Publishing Sep 21
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John C. Silva, NBCT Sep 20
Before retweeting something like this, which strikes an emotional chord but cannot be verified with just the image and caption, scroll through the replies and learn more facts and context from those who fact-checked the details.
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Guardian EduCentre Sep 19
Great video explainers of the role of a reporter, news editor & subeditor one of many excellent resources for primary schools
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Guardian Foundation Sep 19
What a fabulous website for a fabulous project!
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Guardian EduCentre Sep 19
Excellent free lesson plans, resources, teacher guidance & workshops for primary schools
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