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FREE - In this webinar, Kelly Mendoza, Director of Learning and Engagement for Common Sense Education, will lead us on an exploration of news and media literacy

3/29/2017
When: 4:00 PM
Where: Online
United States
Contact: http://home.edweb.net/webinar/news-media-literacy-building-critical-consumers/
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News and Media Literacy: Building Critical Consumers and Creators

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT

 

Presented by Kelly Mendoza, Director of Learning and Engagement, Common Sense Education
Hosted by Common Sense Education and Sponsored by Symantec

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More and more, young people (and adults) are getting their news online and from social media. There is also the increasingly problematic issue of fake news and determining credible news sources online. In an age of pervasive, fast, and on-demand information, there is a need for educators and parents to teach news and media literacy to kids.

In this webinar, Kelly Mendoza, Director of Learning and Engagement for Common Sense Education, will lead us on an exploration of news and media literacy, including:

  • Why news and media literacy is more important than ever
  • Latest research on kids and news
  • What is “fake news” and how to spot it
  • Ways teachers can integrate news and media literacy into their curriculum
  • Rubrics you can use to assess students’ understanding of news literacy

Kelly also will debut the new News and Media Literacy Toolkit by Common Sense Education, with resources for educators to help build students’ skills to be critical media consumers and creators. She will field questions from attendees during this live, interactive session. This webinar is designed for middle and high school teachers, librarians, and tech coordinators.

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