Welcome to NewsLitNation®
Educators, join NewsLitNation, NLP's News Literacy Educator Network. Here, you can gain a sense of belonging, exchange best practices with colleagues in the field and enjoy perks and incentives to support you in your classrooms. Register today!Watch the Video
Join us on Facebook: NewsLitNation private group
Created exclusively for teachers and educators interested in news and media literacy, the NewsLitNation Facebook group is another opportunity to come together to build connections and share resources. We encourage group members to post and discuss their experiences, ideas and best practices - just as we do here on the forum! We also regularly highlight our latest free resources and events.Join today!
Meet Alesha Smith.
New York City.
Alesha Smith is a teacher for the New York City Department of Education, at Eagle Academy for Young Men of Harlem in Manhattan, and organizer of PitchIt! New York.
Sorry, there are currently no events scheduled.
Subscribe to The Sift educator newsletterSubscribe
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