This lesson is to help students understand the importance of being a good digital citizen. There are resources attached for students to look through to help them with their assignment. We must all learn to be good digitial citizens. It is important in the digital age we live in, that students are explicitly instructed on what that looks like. Pic: https://unsplash.com/@kimberlyfarmer
SRL wants to meet students where they are online -- whether that’s TikTok or Instagram. Used both as a reporting tool and a promotional tool, social media can be integral for student journalists. Use this guide to help find your classroom’s voice online.
This lesson is designed to help Financial Literacy students understand and analyze the role of cultural, social, and emotional influences on financial behavior (Financial Literacy Strand 1 Standard 1). Students will create a social media PSA to help others realize the important of controlling finances through cultural norms and emotional feelings.
This is a 5 day unit about validating sources on the internet and social media. It is taught so that students understand and respect the obligations of using social media wisely before sharing and the importance of giving credit to creators through citing sources. It is a blended unit with a final project to be done in Apple's Keynote where students will show what they have learned in a slide show to other students in the class. They will be able to practice what they learn in class and become better at research, validating sources, and spotting fake news. Image citation - “Say Thanks to Pxhere - Free Images & Free Stock Photos - Pxhere.” Pxhere.com, https://pxhere.com/en/photo/1361501.
Lesson plan that introduces students to 16 types of media bias and how to spot them.
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UCET Conference 2021 - Ignite! In 5 minutes and with 20 images come and inspire teachers! Share 20 slides in 5 minutes and inspire teachers (think of a mini TED event). Presenters will have just five minutes and 20 slides each to share their passions, tell their stories, or share their experiences in a continuous rapid-fire presentation! Presenter slides are shown for 15 seconds each on an automatic rotation for a total of 5 minutes of fame. By sharing what ignites their passions—a professional practice from the classroom, excitement about a new tool that will spark creativity for their students, or a personal story of student engagement – Ignite! presenters will fan the flames for their fellow attendees while awakening their awareness, stimulating their thought, or spurring them to action.
A Year in Utah Teacher Twitter - Brooke Anderson
A quick overview of Utah Teacher Twitter in 2020. What were our main shared resources? Topics? Most common follows? Come and see the ways your fellow teachers used Twitter to extend their professional learning in 2020.