Join us for an event exclusively for LAUSD ELA teachers!
Can your students separate fact from fiction?
Young people today are dealing with the most challenging information landscape in human history. Digital tools, combined with social media, make it easy for anyone to create and spread misinformation and disinformation. Truth, evidence and facts compete for attention alongside rumors, conspiracy theories and false information.
The News Literacy Project (NLP) believes that education is the most effective method to address these challenges. News literacy is a vital life skill. NLP’s Checkology® virtual classroom gives students the tools to sort fact from fiction and determine what information they can trust, share and act on. Join us as we showcase Checkology and help create a future founded on facts!
Join us on January 6th at 9:30 a.m. PST or 2 p.m. PST to learn more about this essential resource.
Checkology’s lessons and other resources show help your students navigate today’s challenging information landscape. They will learn how to identify credible information, seek out reliable sources, and apply critical thinking skills to separate fact-based content from falsehoods. Checkology is:
- Free for teachers and students
- Standards aligned
- 13 news literacy lessons designed for middles school and high school classrooms, including:
- Understanding Bias
- Practicing Quality
- Arguments and
Check it out:
Head to our Checkology Help Center for a guide to getting started and detailed instructions on how to add students, build a course, evaluate work and more.