What Is News? Can Your Students Separate Fact, Fiction and Opinion?
Julie Smith with Julie Rowse
|We’re teaching in a world where facts, alternative facts, spin and fake news are seamlessly living next to credible sources. Join us for our premiere episode of Digital Truth, your guide to teaching digital literacy and critical thinking.
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January 24, 2017 Digital Truth
Julie Rowse teaches journalism and Popular Culture Studies in Bellevue, Nebraska. She has an MA in Popular Culture. She is the author of the memoir Lies Jane Austen Told Me and hosts the podcast Teachers Talking TV. Julie Smith has taught media literacy at the university level since 1997 and is the author of Master the Media: How Teaching Media Literacy Can Save our Plugged-In World. She’s on a mission to make media literacy a 21st Century Survival Skill.
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