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Weaving (just a little) more literacy into Social Studies with Seventh Day Adventist Schools

Britannica curriculum specialists delivered a special professional development session on literacy and social studies to the Seventh Day Teacher Conference this August in Chicago.

WWI 100 years later: Britannica commemorates Great War with video, expanded content

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, Britannica invites you to explore our expanded coverage of the Great War.

Job Opening: Marketing Manager, Britannica Digital Learning

Britannica Digital Learning is looking for an experienced, high-energy marketer to drive successful growth and initiatives for the Institutional business.

Fight The Fake: Get ready for Media Literacy Week

After a month of media literacy boot camp, we’re excited to test your students’ knowledge, inspire them about careers in media production and advocacy, and get them ready to to become thoughtful media engagers.

Fight The Fake: Send your students on a GooseChase

October Media Literacy Challenge, Week 4: Using the GooseChase app, students will complete several tasks to help them practice the skills they need to fight fake news.

New Britannica School integrations with Google Classroom and Clever

Good news for Britannica customers to also use Clever or Google Classroom! The go-to site for education research and two of the top classroom apps now work together even better.

Fight The Fake: How does your source stack up?

Educators can easily build a source deck around any current events topic and, in this activity, we’re using it to bring together a discussion on fake news and source evaluation.

Fight The Fake: Fuel discussions with YouTube

October Media Literacy Challenge: Week 2. Incorporate engaging YouTube videos that launch your classroom into literacy discussions on fake news.

Fight The Fake: Get the what-why-and-how resource list

Looking at some key terms can help educators as they prepare to broach the topic of fake news with students, plus resources and activities that support media literacy skills development.