This fall, Britannica is tackling media literacy with a series of blog posts, webinars, and other resources that are perfect for school librarians. I am very excited to partner with them on several of the blog posts and the October 15th webinar!
Each Monday during October, a new post will be added to the Britannica Learn Blog with resources and lesson ideas for addressing the topic of Fake News with students:
Oct 1 – Fight the Fake: Get the what-why-and-how resource list
Oct 8 – Fight the Fake: Fuel discussions with YouTube
Oct 15 – Fight the Fake: Measure how your source stacks up
Oct 22 – Fight the Fake: Send students on a GooseChase
Oct 29 – Fight the Fake: Get ready for Media Literacy Week
Click here to register for the free EdWeb Webinar: Fight Fake News: Media Literacy for Students
October 15, 2018 at 3PM CST
Please check out these resources as they are shared each week, and I hope to see you at the webinar on October 15th!
How do you address media literacy with your students? What are your favorite resources to fight the fake?