Lesson plan: How to teach your students about fake news |  Lesson Plan | PBS NewsHour Extra

Lesson plan: How to teach your students about fake news

Lesson plan: How to teach your students about fake news | Lesson Plan | PBS NewsHour Extra

A very necessary bit of knowledge for older children who are going out into the world. Also could be an assignment on trying to pick out a real story from a fake.

A very necessary bit of knowledge for older children who are going out into the world. Also could be an assignment on trying to pick out a real story from a fake.

I read a good article today on NPR’s All Tech Considered, Fake Or Real? How To Self-Check The News And Get The Facts. Except I figure people who aren’t schooled in figuring out the difference aren’t likely to be reading an NPR article. So I quickly put together this infographic based on the article and a... Read more ➞

I read a good article today on NPR’s All Tech Considered, Fake Or Real? How To Self-Check The News And Get The Facts. Except I figure people who aren’t schooled in figuring out the difference aren’t likely to be reading an NPR article. So I quickly put together this infographic based on the article and a... Read more ➞

Alternative Facts and Fake News – Verifiability in the Information Society «  Library Policy and Advocacy Blog

Alternative Facts and Fake News – Verifiability in the Information Society « Library Policy and Advocacy Blog

5 Ways to Spot and Stop Fake News. Don’t get taken in. Take a moment to think before you click - and share. Consider the source: Strange domain names or web sites that end in "lo" (like "Newslo") are signs you should be wary. Check the URL: Fake news sites will often use a web address designed to make it look like real site, ending in ".com.co" Look for visual clues: Fake news websites may use sloppy or unprofessional design and overuse ALL CAPS. Get a second opinion: If a story makes you…

5 Ways to Spot and Stop Fake News. Don’t get taken in. Take a moment to think before you click - and share. Consider the source: Strange domain names or web sites that end in "lo" (like "Newslo") are signs you should be wary. Check the URL: Fake news sites will often use a web address designed to make it look like real site, ending in ".com.co" Look for visual clues: Fake news websites may use sloppy or unprofessional design and overuse ALL CAPS. Get a second opinion: If a story makes you…

Resource Roundup: Teaching Students to Think Critically about the (Fake) News One of the stars of this election besides the candidates was the issue of fake news stories showing up in our social media feeds. In November Buzzfeeds investigative journalists reported that during the election hyperpartisan fake news stories that were shared on Facebook went viral at a much higher rate than true unbiased stories. Fake news and media echo chambers are nothing new but in the aftermath of the…

Resource Roundup: Teaching Students to Think Critically about the (Fake) News One of the stars of this election besides the candidates was the issue of fake news stories showing up in our social media feeds. In November Buzzfeeds investigative journalists reported that during the election hyperpartisan fake news stories that were shared on Facebook went viral at a much higher rate than true unbiased stories. Fake news and media echo chambers are nothing new but in the aftermath of the…

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