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News Literacy Games, Tools, and Lessons
Our kids and students are inheriting a world where trustworthy info can be tough to find. From cable news to social media to the gutting of local news sources and in-depth reporting, it can be tough to get a real handle on current events. While news literacy, or information literacy, has been kicking around schools for a long time, the entire discipline is due for a shakeup that's better tuned to how news and info gets made and manipulated now.
To help, we've curated some of the best resources for teaching a new kind of news literacy. These resources help students seek out and evaluate the credibility of sources, fact-check in a way suited to the web, understand and challenge bias, and battle misinformation and disinformation. There's everything from lessons and curricula to interactive games and tools.
For more resources, check out our News and Media Literacy Resource Center.