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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.
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.
For the 2018 EdTech Awards, in the category of “trendsetters,” Britannica nominates Ravi Hutheesing in recognition of his efforts to bring educators and learners together with the pioneering initiative, Ravi Unites Schools.
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.
Support literacy skill development and ensure your students can bring a trusted research companion along with them on their Web searches with the FREE Google Chrome extension for Britannica School users.
Join Britannica Digital Learning for an action-packed fall, filled with digital and media literacy resources and events for educators.
A free webinar presented by edWeb.net and Dr. Leslie Maniotes. Supersize the literacy arsenal of any K-12 student by mastering the art of “keyword lessons.”