“We believe that education is the solution to help combat misinformation, and educators are on the front line of that fight.” ~ Ebonee Rice
With so much coming at us, how are we to tell fact from fiction, truth from fabrication? The News Literacy Project has tips, tools and techniques to help. Ebonee Rice, VP for NLP’s Educator Network, joins me to share the wealth and engage our curiosity in cultivating good information hygiene.
Listen to Choose to be Curious #127: The News Literacy Project, with Ebonee Rice.
Check out The News Literacy Project and more about the Informable app.
Listen to my fascinating conversation with Arlington educator Patricia Hunt on how she uses news literacy to teach government and civics.
A new Pew Research Center analysis finds that those who rely most on social media for political news are less engaged and less knowledgable about the news.
Our theme music is by Sean Balick. “Three Stories” by Skittle, via Blue Dot Sessions.
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