This Media Literacy Week, it’s more important than ever to ensure your students are informed digital citizens. As Election Day approaches, your students are encountering plenty of online information about issues that affect them and their communities. Our digital literacy resources can help you teach them to evaluate and check sources for bias, interrupt hate speech, and critically analyze and discuss online information about the election.
Teaching the 2020 Election: What Will You Do on Wednesday?
As Election Day approaches, educators should prepare to support students no matter the result.
As disinformation spreads online ahead of the 2020 election, these resources can help you teach students about evaluating sources, recognizing "fake news" and becoming critical consumers of online information.
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