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Welcome, please introduce yourself!
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Calling all school librarians (and friends of school librarians)
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National News Literacy Week 2022 activity
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January’s NewsLit Nation Giveaway
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Science Related Resources
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Enhance News Literacy Learning: Tips and Techniques for Teaching a Lifelong Skill
Exclusive: Early-bird registration for our Jan. 24 EdWebinar! Hear from several of NLP’s news literacy ambassadors about tips they use to teach news and media literacy. They will describe how they engage their students in classroom discussions and activities that develop skills such as identifying credible information, seeking out reliable sources, and thinking critically.Register today!
Dr. James Stancil is the coordinator of tutoring services at Prairie View A&M University and chief program officer, Intellect U Well, Inc., a Houston-based nonprofit he founded that promotes the joy of reading, media literacy, digital citizenship, and academic achievement.
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Teach your students to become news literate with tools and services created for educators.
NLP's browser-based platform, designed for students in grades 6-12, helps prepare the next generation to easily identify misinformation.Explore
NLP’s resource library includes lesson plans, classroom activities, posters and infographics, quizzes and more for educators teaching news literacy.Explore
This weekly newsletter delivers relevant media news and recent examples of misinformation, along with prompts and tips for classroom discussions and activities.Explore
Newsroom to Classroom
This program connects educators with vetted journalists who will visit classrooms either in person or virtually.
Available to registered Checkology users.Explore
NewsLit Nation Insider
This monthly email newsletter is your connection to the news literacy educator network.Explore
NLP offers both in-person and virtual professional learning that provides strategies and resources for teaching news literacy.Explore
NewsLitCamp connects educators with local journalists for a unique professional learning experience.Explore
With NLP’s free mobile app, everyone can practice four distinct news literacy skills in a game-like format.Explore
News literacy podcast
Is that a fact?, NLP's new podcast, informs listeners about news literacy issues that affect their lives through informative conversations with experts working to combat misinformation.Explore
Viral Rumor Rundown
NLP’s viral rumor rundown is a review of significant and timely examples of mis- and disinformation that also offer important news literacy lessons and insights.Explore