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Media Literacy

Consider the Source: Fact and Fiction in a Post-Truth World

Preservice high school teachers were asked to integrate an inquiry-based approach when considering fake news items and Library of Congress primary sources. Learn how to provide context when introducing sources.

A Free Press; A Free People

From Zenger to Steve Bannon, Americans have had differing perspectives about the media. Join James Madison Fellows to examine landmark cases illuminating interrelationships between the people and the press.

NCSS unconference

The NCSS unconference offers opportunities for NCSS participants to engage in organic, dynamic, and collaborative professional development with #sschat co-leaders. Participants help determine sessions and then learn with each other.

Climate Change and Critical Media Literacy

Use a critical media literacy framework and pedagogy to analyze past and present portrayals of environmentalism and explore examples of alternative media that promote environmental justice.

Critical Media Literacy and Social Studies

Explore core concepts of critical media literacy as applied in K-12 classrooms. Standards-based lesson plans are provided, along with demonstrations of an inquiry-based framework.

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