A study guide for Developing Digital Detectives!
We’ve updated the Triggers lens focused mini-lessons (for grades 4-5 and 6-8) to include an activity that uses Michael Rex’s picture book Facts VS…
TikTok is a very popular social media platform among today’s youth because of its short music clips, dances, and stunts, but what happens when the…
This month we want to use a thought experiment offered by the folks at Thinking is Power to help you and your students explore something you/they…
Tips for taking control of your device (so that your device doesn’t take control of you)!
Fore! To help visualize the process and the effects of gerrymandering, The Washington Post has created a mini-golf computer game that serves as an…
Spoiler: YES it is. AND it's by design!
Gamified Source Verification
We couldn’t resist featuring Patty Louis, an ES Teacher Librarian in Hawaii this month, because her “Spot The Difference” activity inspired us to create…
Abby is a research fellow at Accelerationism Research Consortium and one of our favorite mis-, dis-, and mal- information-busting TikTokers. Her recent…
Since we know that emotion is a fundamental driver of our behavior online, it’s vital to help learners recognize when information is triggering them and…
It’s their brains! This article from Scientific American discusses why the teenage brain is ripe for falling for disinformation AND why some information…