iLiteracy: Distinguishing Fact from Fiction Online

Rae Pica with Robert Pondiscio, Brian Mull, Lisa Nielsen, Joyce Valenza

Along with the many benefits of being able to freely access the world’s information online comes the challenge of separating reliable information from unreliable. How can teachers help students avoid the scams, scoundrels and hoaxes that come with bringing the Internet into the classroom?

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July 23, 2013
Episode Guests
Robert Pondiscio is a former South Bronx 5th-grade teacher who has written and lectured extensively about education and ed reform, most recently as the vice-president of the Core Knowledge Foundation. Brian Mull has been a middle school teacher, a technology director, and a curriculum specialist. He now assists schools and districts in the building of robust and rigorous educational environments. Lisa Nielsen, author of the book Teaching Generation Text, is a longtime public school educator who has worked in various capacities. Dr. Joyce Valenza is the teacher-librarian at Springfield Township High School in Erdenheim, PA. She is a prolific education and technology writer.
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