October 29, 2018
Some Treats, No Tricks. Promise!
Treat Yourself to a Fun Game!
Photo Contest for K-12 Students
- Using Short Video Clips to Teach Media Literacy: MiddleWeb post from Frank Baker that contains many useful links
- Common Sense Education
- Google's Be Internet Awesome
- iCivics.org: New, involved simulation, News Feed Defenders (probably grade 7 and up)
- BBC iReporter: Fast-paced, interactive game on the importance of fact checking (Teacher's Guide)
- Britannica Insights: Article about this new Chrome Extension to improve Google Search results
- Web Literacy for Student Fact Checkers: Free eBook through a Creative Commons License
- Why We Need a New Approach to Teaching Digital LIteracy: Great article from The Kappan
- Webinar, "The 'Fake News' Problem: Tips, Tricks, & Tools to Use Both In and Out of the Classroom," sponsored by the American Association of School Librarians, 7 pm ET on November 7. Open to All.
Facing History & Ourselves Workshop at the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis
Special Treats for Educators and Students
November 5-9: Media Literacy Week
November 6-7: CSforALL SCRIPT K-12 District Training: Fishers
November 7: AMLE Webinar with Katie Powell, 4 pm ET
November 7: "Fake News" webinar sponsored by AASL, 7 pm ET
November 8: Integrating CS Workshop in Evansville
November 13: DOE Digital Content Curation Tour, PLTW Indianapolis
November 13-14: Skype-a-Thon
November 17: EdTech Team's "The Virtual" Summit
January 24: #GoOpen Summit at Center Grove