- Instructional strategies for combating fake news, including models for evaluating news stories with links to resources on how to include lessons on fake news in your curricula.
- Examples from prominent educators who demonstrate how to tackle fake news with students and colleagues.
- A fake news self-assessment with a digital component to help readers evaluate their skills in detecting and managing fake news.
- A downloadable infographic with mobile media literacy tips.
The companion jump start guide based on this book is Fighting Fake News: Tools and Strategies for Teaching Media Literacy. Audience: K-12 educators
Author: Jennifer Lagarde, Darren Hudgins
Publisher: International Society for Technology in Educa
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 9.25h x 7.56w x 0.44d
School Library Journal 03/01/2019 pg. 135
About the Author
Jennifer LaGarde has served as a classroom teacher, teacher librarian, digital teaching and learning specialist, and consultant for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the Friday Institute for Instructional Innovation. She currently works with educators and school and district-level leaders worldwide to develop innovative instructional practices. LaGarde's work has been recognized by School Library Journal, The New York Times and The Carnegie Corporation. She holds a master's degree in library science from Appalachian State University and National Board Certification in school library media.