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Access the Applied Digital Skills Curriculum – Google Applied Digital Skills

Access the Applied Digital Skills Curriculum – Google Applied Digital Skills
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Webinars Distance Learning with Common Sense: Reading to Guide Effective Student Digital Citizenship Recorded on Friday, March 5, 2021 We are celebrating National Reading Month with Common Sense Ambassador Shari Wladis. Copyright the Card Game – Australian Edition Copyright The Card Game – Australian Edition is an adaptation of Copyright The Card Game v3.0 by Chris Morrison and Jane Secker. This Edition and the original game are licensed for reuse under the terms of a Creative Common Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence, This Edition was adapted for Australia and Australian copyright law by Nerida Quatermass, Kate Makowiecka, Lisa Conti Phillipps, Elliott Bledsoe and Jessica Coates. It is proudly produced by Creative Commons Australia and the Australian Libraries Copyright Committee, in partnership with the Australian Digital Alliance. Resources You can download the cards as a PDF with or without bleeds:

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Lesson plan: How to teach your students about fake news Fake news is making news, and it’s a problem. Not only did a BuzzFeed data analysis find that viral stories falsely claiming that the Pope endorsed Donald Trump and that Hillary Clinton sold weapons to terrorists receive more Facebook attention than the most popular news stories from established news outlets, but a false story about child trafficking in a Washington, D.C. pizza restaurant inspired a North Carolina man to drive 5 hours with a shotgun and other weapons to investigate. This lesson gives students media literacy skills they need to navigate the media, including how to spot fake news. Subjects Social studies, U.S. government, civics, journalism Estimated Time

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