Webinar: How do you know it's fake? Helping Students Develop News Literacy

  • 13 Mar 2017
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Online Webinar


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The flood of fake news, propaganda, rumors, and advertising that often masquerade as news has made it harder than ever to separate fact from fiction. Social Studies teachers can help students learn to recognize the differences between fact and rumor, news and advertising, news and opinion, and bias and fairness. Join us for an introductory webinar highlighting resources available at the News Literacy Digital Resource Center.

Michael A. Spikes is director of the News Literacy Digital Resource Center and the head of Chicago programming for the Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook University. He has held previous roles as a Media Studies instructor in both public and public charter schools in Washington DC, and the suburbs of Cleveland Ohio. He has also worked a a producer of multimedia for various non-profit organizations. He tweets at @NewsLiteracy.

This webinar is free and open only to NYSCSS and NYS4A members. Not a member?  Join NYSCSS or NYS4A at www.nyscss.org. Questions? Contact Lisa Kissinger at nys4a_president@nyscss.org.

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