Wondering how to start the conversation with your students about fake news? TED-Ed ( ed.ted.com ) is a great place to begin the dialogue.
Use this guide to assess the likelihood that a piece of information is fake news. The more red flags you circle, the more skeptical you should be!
With digital tools, it is easier than ever to create, edit, and publish your work to the world. But there’s a cost. It’s also easier than ever to spread misinformation. And fake news has become a real issue in recent times. Check out this video for John Spencer's 5 steps to helping learners be better critical consumers.
This infographic from Jennifer LaGarde is a concise and helpful tool in having learners consider and analyze the reliability of the information they consume.