I'm a librarian/remote English teacher, and I have currently been using Checkology with my students since last semester, and it is amazing! I am hoping that next year, I can present a list of media literacy 'workshops' to the staff while also letting them know that they have the Checkology lessons for asynchronous teaching.
I feel like I'm struggling to actually put together quality 'in-person' lessons/workshops without just showing all of the Checkology videos to the class. Are there ideas out there or a resource I can look at for some guidance on putting together great media literacy lessons on a variety of topics that would enable me to present in classes rather than just referring them to Checkology? I want teachers to have both options.
Thank you so much!