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An Engaging Word Game Helps Students Grasp Implicit Bias As part of an effort to demonstrate the effect of implicit bias, library media specialist Jacquelyn Whiting devised an exercise that looks similar to “Mad Libs,” the popular fill-in-the-blank word game. In EdSurge’s “Everyone Has Invisible Bias. This Lesson Shows Students How to Recognize It,” Whiting describes how she removed words from a New York Times opinion essay to create a new, highly engaging activity for a 10th-grade class. Jacquelyn Whiting Whiting removed key words from the essay to create a paragraph for students to fill-in-the-blank.

bibliotheque sonore de quimper pour le finistère Le Catalogue de la jeunesse se trouve à l'onglet jeunesse Catalogue de la Bibliothèque Sonore La totalité des nouveaux ouvrages, au format MP3, est dorénavant gravée sur Cédérom. Un catalogue papier ou numérisé (sous format PDF ou TXT) est mis gracieusement à la disposition de tout nouvel Audiolecteur. Tårn af kranier dukker op ved berømt katedral: Mænd, kvinder og børn blev ofret til guderne Behandling af personoplysninger ved brug af cookies DR’s brug af cookies kan medføre behandling af personoplysninger, og vi anbefaler derfor, at du også læser vores privatlivspolitik, som beskriver vores behandling af personoplysninger og dine rettigheder her. Hvad er en cookie? En cookie er en lille fil, der bliver gemt på din computer, tablet, mobil eller andet elektronisk udstyr, når du besøger DR’s digitale tjenester.

algo_study Big Tech’s Pandemic Power Grab - The Atlantic In the years before the virus, critics began to prophesy that a handful of tech companies would soon grow more powerful than the government. Their scale and influence, and their ability to manipulate public opinion and shape markets, would permit them to reign unimpeded. That warning, however dark, didn’t quite capture the emerging strategy of these firms—a strategy that was in fact taking shape before the pandemic began—or the graver threat they pose. Rather than supplanting government, they have, in essence, sought to merge with it. Safer Internet day : Sensibiliser petits et grands au cyber-harcèlement Le Safer Internet Day (Journée pour un #InternetPlusSûr), le 11 février 2020, est une journée créée pour sensibiliser les enfants, les jeunes, leurs parents et leurs enseignants aux dangers d'internet.

historielab Problemstilling Hvem har ansvaret for fortidens handlinger? Klik på billedet for at starte filmen. SIFT (The Four Moves) So if long lists of things to think about only make things worse, how do we get better at sorting truth from fiction and everything in-between? Our solution is to give students and others a short list of things to do when looking at a source, and hook each of those things to one or two highly effective web techniques. We call the “things to do” moves and there are four of them:

Atelier Dessin de presse & réseaux sociaux - Activités pédagogiques De gauche à droite © Kristian, © Lanchon pour l'exposition Au bout du crayon, les réseaux sociaux : caricatures, dessins de presse et liberté d'expression? Internet est, comme le fut et le reste l'imprimerie, un outil fabuleux pour mieux connaître notre monde et approcher les autres. Outil de recherche, de communication, de dialogue... son utilisation n'est cependant pas sans dangers pour les jeunes. Le Crayon propose dans le cadre de cet atelier « Jeunes publics » un outil pédagogique pour les aider à mieux évaluer les dangers des réseaux sociaux, analyser l'information, exercer leur sens critique et respecter les règles du vivre ensemble. À l’époque de Diderot et des Lumières, le mot caricare signifiait aussi « Charger une arme ».

Dilemmaspillet "Folkedrabet på Bantikka" ”Folkedrabet på Bantikka” tager udgangspunkt i en eskalerende krise i den fiktive østat Bantikka. Et folkedrab er under opsejling, og spillerne skal, på vegne af de involverede parter træffe nogle af de vanskelige beslutninger, som i den virkelige verden kunne betyde forskellen mellem liv og død. Gennem dilemmaspillets fire runder bliver I konfronteret med dilemmaer af vekslende sværhedsgrad og kompleksitet indenfor områder som politik og økonomi, men også med spørgsmål af social og humanitær karakter. Konsekvenserne af spillernes valg bliver præsenteret via nyhedsindslag i slutningen af hver runde. Det bedste udbytte af spillet fås ved at spille parvis og diskutere problemstillingerne undervejs, men det kan også sagtens spilles alene. Spillet forudsætter mulighed for tilslutning af højtalere eller høretelefoner.

Analyzing News Sources - Fake News - Library Home at Notre Dame de Namur University confirmation bias: the tendency to believe information is credible if it conforms to the reader’s/viewer’s existing belief system, or not credible if it does not conform content farm or content mill: a company that employs a staff of freelance writers to create content designed to satisfy search engine retrieval algorithms with the goal of attracting views and advertising revenue echo chamber: a situation in which information, ideas, or beliefs are amplified or reinforced by transmission and repetition inside an “enclosed” system, where different or competing views are censored, disallowed, or otherwise underrepresented fact checking: the act of verifying assertions either prior to publication or after dissemination of the content filter bubble: When search tool results present stories we are likely to click on or share based on our past activity, potentially affirming our biases virality: the rapid circulation of media from one user to another.

Ebola 2014, laboratoire de Trump et Breitbart avant les fake news de la campagne 2016 ? Si la politique est un terrain de jeu particulièrement fécond pour la diffusion de fake news, les questions de santé ne sont pas en reste, que ce soit les vaccins ou les grandes épidémies. Ayant travaillé avec une anthropologue de la santé, Laetitia Atlani-Duault de l’IRD, sur les conversations sur Twitter et Facebook au pic de l’épidémie d’Ebola de l’automne 2014, j’avais décidé de reprendre notre corpus pour étudier la manière dont certaines rumeurs et mensonges avaient circulé, notamment en Afrique. Mais en regardant de plus près les choses, concernant les informations manipulées ayant circulé aux États-Unis à cette époque, c’est une troublante découverte que nous avons faite. Tous les ingrédients qui ont fait de la campagne présidentielle américaine de Donald Trump le poison délétère que chacun connaît étaient déjà réunis deux ans avant, au sujet d’Ebola. Quand l’« alt right » et Donald Trump s’emparaient d’Ebola

The Global Implications of “Re-education” Technologies in Northwest China  Since May 2014, when Chinese Communist Party Secretary Zhang Chunxian announced the People’s War on Terror in the Uighur region, Chinese technology firms have received billions of dollars in Chinese state capital to build a comprehensive Muslim “re-education” system in Northwest China. Over the same period of time they have created a wide range of computer vision and data analysis tools which have the potential to change forms of policing and incarceration in many places around the world. These innovations, however, have come at the cost of what U.S. lawmakers describe as “crimes against humanity.”

Study: Students show ‘troubling’ lack of news literacy skills — News Literacy Project A new report from the Stanford History Education Group has found little change in high school students’ ability to evaluate information online since 2016, when SHEG researchers released the results of a similar study. This skill set — dubbed “civic online reasoning” by Stanford researchers — consists of the ability to recognize advertising, including branded content; to evaluate claims and evidence presented online; and to correctly distinguish between reliable and untrustworthy websites and other sources of information. (The executive summary of the 2016 study summed up “young people’s ability to reason about the information on the Internet” in one word: “bleak” — and the executive summary of the latest report acknowledged that “the results — if they can be summarized in a word — are troubling.”) For the latest findings, SHEG partnered with Gibson Consulting, an education research group, to assess 3,446 high school students from 16 school districts in 14 states.

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