GooseChase Game - Library Orientation Master copy. Fake News Resources for Teachers - Julie Smith. Resources to Help You Get Started: Super fun to have everyone jumping on the “fake news” bandwagon – we media literacy folks have been barking about this for YEARS! Welcome! =) In no particular order, here are some resources on fake news, fake news creation and how to identify it. Remember, even if it looks real, you should still double-check.
How to Spot Fake News: Common Sense Media FactCheck.Org USA Today Washington Post International Federation of Library Associations Fairly Well-Documented Fake News Sites: Fake News Sites to Avoid Fake News Lesson Plans: From PBS From KQED From the New York Times From Edutopia From C-Span Other Cool Resources on this topic: The Psychology Behind Fake News Why Our Brains are Wired to Believe Fake News How a Kid in Macedonia Makes Thousands Creating Fake News Inside the Macedonian Fake News Machine Fake News Resources from Renee Hobbs Ways Teachers are Fighting Fake News News-Decoder article from Nelson Graves My pal Michelle Ciulla Lipkin on CNN’s Reliable Sources! Astronauts Are Reading Children’s Books in Space to Encourage a Love of STEM. Be Internet Awesome - About. Screencast-O-Matic.
STEM Read – Discover the Science Behind the Fiction. Team-Building Games and Activities for the Classroom. Some of the most important skills we can teach our 21st-century learners are making good decisions, solving problems and, perhaps most importantly, working in collaboration with a wide variety of people. Team-building games and activities are a great tool for helping students learn to work together, listen carefully, communicate clearly, and think creatively.
They also give your students the chance to get to know each other, build trust as a community and, best of all, have some fun! Here are 20 team-building activities that will teach your students these skills and more. 1. Applause, Please. Form groups of between three and five students. 2. Divide students into groups of equal numbers. 3. This game is a quick way to take note of your students’ interests. 4. This game shows kids how much they have in common with one another and is a variation of the game above. 5. This activity helps students discover fellow like minds in their class. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.