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Good one! How to spot FAKE news ? Be smart and always check your source. #infographic #mcmc #fakenews





Confused how to tell what news is real? Indiana University East campus library has a great guide.



Identifying Fake News: An Infographic and Educator Resources - EasyBib Blog





Although adoption is slow (for instance, only 15% of teachers find value in Facebook, Wiki, and other social networks), time will only show that it will rise. Interestingly though, about one third of teachers surveyed for this infographic say they use social networking or social media for their instruction.



Digital Citizenship Copy | Piktochart Infographic Editor





Grammar Infographic Shows Why Writing Skills Matter : huffpost books - 9/05/2014 #grammar_infographic



Check out these digital citizenship and internet safety lessons to use all year long! Learn how to keep digital citizenship at the forefront whenever students use technology in the classroom with these digital citizenship posters, digital citizenship activities, digital citizenship punch cards, tips and more!





Fake News is a Real Problem. Here’s How Students Can Solve It. – John Spencer



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This info graphic shows how most of the world downloads softwares, music,tv shows, and movies illegally. They would rather do something illegal then spend about $5-$10. Online piracy from my point of view is bad, it is like stealing. Online piracy has made companies lose tons of money, it still does. So, in my opinion online piracy is wrong.



While the CRAAP test was also discussed in digital literacy, this is imperative to critical literacy in general as students must be aware of where information comes from in any medium. For example, this means that students can and should even question their teacher if they are truly embracing these ideas. -LB





Infographic illustrating the 6 types of Socratic Question to stimulate critical thinking. http://www.jamesbowman.me/post/socratic-questions-revisited/



5 Ways to Spot and Stop Fake News. Don’t get taken in. Take a moment to think before you click - and share. Consider the source: Strange domain names or web sites that end in "lo" (like "Newslo") are signs you should be wary. Check the URL: Fake news sites will often use a web address designed to make it look like real site, ending in ".com.co" Look for visual clues: Fake news websites may use sloppy or unprofessional design and overuse ALL CAPS. Get a second opinion: If a story makes you ve...



If the world were 100 people: Quite an interesting infographic.



A very necessary bit of knowledge for older children who are going out into the world. Also could be an assignment on trying to pick out a real story from a fake.



A Handy Infographic Featuring 10 Important New Google Forms Tips for T... via @juandoming http://sco.lt/...



Skills and Strategies | Fake News vs. Real News: Determining the Reliability of Sources - The New York Times



How to Teach the 9 Themes of Digital Citizenship Infographic - http://elearninginfographics.com/how-to-teach-the-9-themes-of-digital-citizenship-infographic/



Graphic: Teaching and Evaluating Source Credibility in a "just Google it" culture, with lesson and ideas for instruction (click for full post). Teach students to Keep it REAL: Read the URL, Examine the Content, Ask about the Author, Look at the links. Feel free to download and use graphic, or share entire post.



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Help upper elementary, middle school, & high school students with media literacy by teaching them to distinguish between real and fake news. Learn why what students research and read needs to be up-to-date. Watch videos learning more about legitimate webs



Help upper elementary, middle school, & high school students with media literacy by teaching them to distinguish between real and fake news. Learn why what students research and read needs to be up-to-date. Watch videos learning more about legitimate websites, and find out what to look for to spot great information. Tips and tricks are included in this blog post. {3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade classroom or homeschool students, reading, writing, research, PBL}



Students struggling to discern real news from fake? Check out this great infographic. // Article by Stone Soup Creative



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Infographics are great to display throughout the classroom in order to creatively organize and display information. This particular one offers "9 Rules for Digital Citizenship," which is essential to 21st century society. It encompasses digital literacy, financial literacy, media literacy, moral literacy, and global literacy. It offers great outlets for conversations on equal rights, responsible spending, threats with technology, and respectful communication.