The Colorado Sun and News Literacy Project bring you a three-part series about helping leaders teach others about fact from fiction.
About this event
Part one: Foundations of News Literacy will focus on strategies students need to determine fact from fiction. Part one will be held virtually over Zoom on March 31 from 6-7 p.m.
The event series is open to anyone interested about learning about the topics, helping others learn about fact vs. fiction. Information shared during the three-part series can help in work environments as well as educational environments when discussing current events, news events.
Elizabeth Price, Manager of Professional Learning, News Literacy Project
Chuck Plunkett, Director, University of Colorado News Corp
Rachel Liberman, Teach Associate Professor, Denver University College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
The moderator will be Larry Ryckman, Editor, The Colorado Sun.
Part Two: Tumultuous Topics in the Classroom will be held virtually over Zoom on April 26 from 6-7 p.m. The topics will include looking into current events in the classroom, and how teachers can strategically approach these issues in politically polarized times.
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Misinformation vs. The Machine: Foundations of News Literacy | The Colorado Sun
March 31 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm