How can we find out if information about elections or political issues is something we can trust? We all need to make sure we can trust news and information when it comes to democracy and voting. Find out how Digital Skills for Democracy can help your students develop digital literacy skills to detect misinformation and disinformation. In this webinar, we will share how you can use the new blended learning tools for this activity, whether your learning environment is face-to-face, virtual or a hybrid. Our strategies and tools can be blended together seamlessly in any way that works for you and your students. We will explore real-world case studies and practice using five digital strategies in this hands-on, interactive presentation.
Zoom Webinar – Presentation
Presenter: Zoe Flatman and Rachel Collishaw
Audience: Grades 7-12
Slide #8 True or false? All kangaroos are left-handed. https://forms.gle/vZBLKKNTiAios6AC9
Slide #13 Activity Online adaptation https://forms.gle/VH4wdumRNhmMDzxbA
Slide #17 Consolidation What are your takeaways? https://forms.gle/xxW76Tm1aUyumLHt6