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Distance Learning - #DistanceLearningEpisode Guides for highly influential and relevant Crash Course Navigating Digital Information YouTube Series!A "must see" series for every student who is on the internet.Applicable with "real life" solutions for problems that our students are facing every single
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Distance Learning - #distancelearning Episode Guides for highly influential and relevant Crash Course Navigating Digital Information YouTube Series!A "must see" series for every student who is on the internet. Applicable with "real life" solutions for problems that our students are facing every sing
Distance Learning - #distancelearning Episode Guides for highly influential and relevant Crash Course Navigating Digital Information YouTube Series!A "must see" series for every person who is on the internet.Applicable with "real life" solutions for problems that our students are facing every single
Want to expand your teachings outside of normal required curriculum? We love the internet! It's a wealth of information where we can learn about just about anything, but it's also kind of a pit of information that can be false or misleading. So, we're partnering with Media wise and the Stanford Hist
Host: John GreenJohn Green...the new Crash Course on Navigating Digital Information! We've partnered with MediaWise, The Poynter Institute, and The Stanford History Education Group to teach a course in hands-on skills to evaluate the information you read online. The internet is full of informat
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10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
These engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheets are designed to be used in conjunction with the popular Crash Course Navigating Digital Information videos on YouTube. The videos cover an introduction to navigating digital information, the evaluation strategies of fact-checking and lateral read
Distance Learning - #DistanceLearningComplete episode guides for highly influential and relevant Crash Course Navigating Digital Information YouTube Series, AND the Crash Course Study Hall: Data Literacy series. Each guide comes with two versions (with and without timestamps), and a complete answer
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a worksheet to accompany the crash course video for Navigating Digital Information #6: Evaluating Evidence Answer key is included as well.By purchasing this file, you agree not to make it publicly available (on websites, etc.) or to share with any other teachers. It is intended for classroom
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the first episode in the series Introduction to navigating digital information. The video is an in
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the fourth episode in the series Who can you trust?. The video explains what the fact-checking str
Look to your left. Look to your right. Look at this video. Today, John Green is going to teach you how to read laterally, using multiple tabs in your browser to look stuff up and fact check as you read. Real-time fact-checking an help you figure out what's real and what's not on the internet.Here is
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the third episode in the series Check yourself with lateral reading. The video explains what the f
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the tenth episode in the series Social media. The video explains the ways in which social media ha
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the eighth episode in the series Evaluating data and infographics. The video explains why data and
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the fifth episode in the series Using Wikipedia. The video explains how Wikipedia can be a useful
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the seventh episode in the series Evaluating photos and videos. The video explains why photos and
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the second episode in the series The facts about fact-checking. The video explains the three main
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the ninth episode in the series Click restraint. The video explains why finding sources or evidenc
This engaging, no-prep visual note-taking worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the free CrashCourse Navigating Digital Information YouTube videos. This note-taking worksheet accompanies the sixth episode in the series Evaluating evidence. The video explains why all claims need to be
Let's talk about Wikipedia. Wikipedia is often maligned by teachers and twitter trolls alike as an unreliable source. And yes, it does sometimes have major errors and omissions, but Wikipedia is also the Internet's largest general reference work and as such an incredibly powerful tool. Today we'll d
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7th - 11th
Today we’re going to focus on how to tell good evidence from bad evidence and maybe importantly, how to identify “Fine, but that doesn’t actually prove your point” evidence - the stuff that the Internet is built on.Here is what is included in this 4 page download: 1. Teacher Notes - 1 pages of teach
Grades:
7th - 11th
Today, in our series finale, we're going to talk about the great white whale of navigating online information: your social media feed. Social media shapes both our online and offline behaviors from how we engage in communities and consume goods and services to influencing our thoughts and opinions.
Grades:
7th - 11th
Today, we're going to discuss how numbers, like statistics, and visual representations like charts and infographics can be used to help us better understand the world or profoundly deceive. Data is a really powerful form of evidence because it can be absorbed quickly and easily, but neither data, no
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7th - 11th
The architecture of the social internet itself tells us not to be patient - to load more tweets, to hit refresh for new posts, and to click the top search results. But just because information is new, or algorithmically determined to be most relevant to you, doesn't necessarily mean it's the best or
Grades:
7th - 11th

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