Classroom 2.0 LIVE webinar "News Literacy" with special guest presenter, Tiffany Whitehead. (@librarian_tiff)

November 11, 2017

00:27 - Peggy George
If you're just joining us be sure to bookmark our Livebinder of fantastic resources for Tiffany's presentation!

00:49 - Peggy George
Hi Doug!!! So glad you made it!! I miss you when you're not here :-)

01:06 - Peggy George
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01:21 - Peggy George

01:25 - Doug Henry (San Leandro, CA)
Good to be here, thanks

01:31 - Peggy George
Hi Peg! Welcome!

01:47 - Peggy George
Tiffany is definitely a "mover and shaker"!!!!

02:13 - Peggy George
hahaha!! proud mama!! :-) love that description!

02:17 - Tiffany Whitehead #2

02:22 - Peggy George
Great introduction Paula!!!

02:32 - Peggy George
Tiffany's Wiki:

02:37 - @wfryer Wes Fryer
Clap clap clap!

02:45 - Peggy George
ditto Wes!!!

03:36 - Peggy George
News literacy is a new term for me but I am very familiar with media literacy. Not sure how they are different.

03:36 - Susie @shighley #2
in some cases, the students need to help teach this to their parents...

03:57 - Peggy George
Hi Lorraine! Welcome!

04:05 - Peggy George
great point Susie!

04:12 - lorraine Leo
thank you Peggy!

04:52 - Peggy George
those magazines in the checkout line at the grocery store keep us entertained so we don't mind waiting in line!

05:04 - Peggy George
Hi Eileen! So glad you could join us!

05:21 - Eileen 1
Happy to be back!

05:35 - Peggy George
Great to see you Eileen!

06:15 - Peggy George (Glossary: Language for News Literacy)

06:27 - Peggy George
Hi Sheri! So glad you could join us!

06:30 - Eileen 1
Hi Peggy. Just a little problem logging in today. But I'm here and happy to be here learning🤗

06:42 - Peggy George
whew! I'm so glad you made it in!

07:12 - Sheri Edwards
Glad I could make it. Important topic.

07:16 - Peggy George
I'm sure we've always had fake news but it definitely is growing so much!!

07:50 - Peggy George
Welcome AA and Jen!

08:13 - Peggy George
my hands sweat when I think about clickbait! so easy to be fooled!!

09:03 - Peggy George
just got one of those today via Facebook Messenger from someone I am already connected with telling me I won the FB lottery! Ugh!

09:28 - Susie @shighley #2
A lot of the "Ten Best..." sites seem like clickbait to me now when they force you to click through numerous slides (and be subjected to ads) just to see the content

10:01 - Peggy George
that is so true Susie! I may want to see the content but it's so annoying!

10:50 - Peggy George
sometimes the opposing views just wear me out :-(

11:11 - Peggy George
Rumor can definitely suck you in especially if you want to believe it!

12:22 - Peggy George
great point! even the major news sources get things wrong sometimes and we need to verify with multiple sources

13:03 - Peggy George
all of those terms are in this link. Really helpful! (Glossary: Language for News Literacy)

13:13 - Peggy George (Lesson: How false news can spread - Noah Tavlin)

13:33 - Peggy George
that video is in our Livebinder too :-)

13:55 - Peggy George
powerful graphic!!

14:24 - Peggy George (BuzzFeed News: Facebook and false/misleading information)

15:00 - Peggy George (BuzzFeed News: Analysis of Viral Fake Election News on Facebook)

15:12 - Peggy George
wow!!! that's amazing!!!!

15:18 - @plnaugle (Paula)

15:35 - Peggy George
if any of you have questions for Tiffany please type them in the chat and Lorie will ask her during Q/A

15:52 - Peg Volak
Hi everyone! Chilly here in PA! Amazing graph, but it's much is out there and I don't know who to trust!

16:17 - Peggy George
it takes time to verify the news we are hearing and most people don't want to take the time.

16:25 - Peggy George
so true Peg!

16:36 - Peggy George (Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Civic Online Reasoning)

17:58 - Peggy George
I loved the Jimmy Kimmel interviews he did with people on the street to ask if they preferred Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare (which are the same thing). Most didn't know that and looked really silly as they explained their reasons.

18:57 - Peggy George
I saw that flower image! Very interesting activity!!

20:52 - Peggy George
it can be challenging when the students learn about how to detect fake news and their parents don't agree that it's false!

21:30 - Eileen 1
Great doc to have!

21:39 - Peggy George

21:49 - Peggy George
what a fantastic resource!

22:06 - Patti Ruffing
@Peggy That makes it a touchy subject in school but students really have to be exposed to this idea and practice making these decisions

22:55 - Peggy George

23:12 - Peggy George
totally agree Patti!

23:22 - Peggy George

23:35 - Peggy George (AllSides website: exposes bias and provides multiple angles on the same story so you can quickly get the full picture, not just one slant.)

23:43 - Peggy George
Welcome Jo Ann!

24:07 - Peggy George

24:30 - Peggy George
I was just on Snopes today checking on the Facebook Lottery scam!! Love that site!

24:41 - @plnaugle (Paula)
I rely on Snopes for checking out things.

25:14 - Patti Ruffing
I have done that suggestion on Snopes and some people get annoyed that you are pointing out they are sharing false info (but I only do it in a private message)

25:19 - Peggy George (NewseumEd: Infographic-Is this share post-worthy?)

26:04 - Peggy George
the same thing has happened to me Patti. It's often an email message and I reply privately and then they can decide if they want to correct it with the people they originally shared it with

26:17 - Peggy George (NewseumEd: E.S.C.A.P.E. Junk News Poster)

26:28 - Peggy George (Breaking Fake News Consumer’ Handbook: Fake News Edition)

26:40 - Peggy George
these are all great resources to use with students!!

27:26 - @bcdtech Maureen
when I taught 4-9, they loved the acronym too

27:50 - Patti Ruffing
I avoid that acronym by using CAPOW

28:04 - Peggy George CRAAP test

28:14 - Peggy George
haha Patti!!! love it!

28:27 - Peggy George
CRAAP is definitely memorable!!

28:47 - Peggy George
thanks for that link Patti! I'll add it to the Livebinder

28:56 - Peggy George
Welcome Kendra!

29:41 - Peggy George (TedED Lesson: How to Choose Your Own News-Damon Brown)

30:15 - Peggy George

30:58 - Peggy George These lessons are excellent!

32:07 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Having a common word base certainly helps us to have meaningful discussions on the topic.

32:09 - Peggy George

33:15 - Peggy George
it's so easy to retweet messages from trusted friends :-(

34:11 - Peggy George

34:51 - Peggy George
Please type your questions for Tiffany here in the chat so Lorie can ask her during Q/A

35:35 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Which sources would you recommend for beginning these lessons with 3-5 grade students?

35:39 - Peggy George
I'm curious at what age news literacy and fake news should be taught to students?

35:59 - @plnaugle (Paula)
*beginning not begin

36:01 - Peggy George (CommonSense Education: Turn Students into Fact-Finding Detectives)

36:12 - Patti Ruffing
If they are not old enough to have facebook or twitter it will be hard for them to see things first hand

36:42 - Peggy George (NewseumED: Search hundreds of standards-aligned lesson plans, artifacts, case studies and more)

36:47 - Laura Malita
Do you have resources on how to teach teachers in order to be able to teach their students properly to spot fake nes and fake content?

37:09 - Peggy George (Checkology: Can your students tell the difference between fact and fiction?)

38:02 - Peggy George
Maureen has created a great Listly for Fake News resources

38:25 - Peggy George (Media Literacy Clearinghouse: Fake News Recommendations)

38:41 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Since my students are just learning to find reliable facts while doing research, how would you recommend we get started?

38:42 - Peggy George
love the memes!!! That would be a great activity for students!!!

39:04 - Patti Ruffing
Maureen's resource looks awesome!

39:08 - Peggy George
when they have to create an image with a message they really have to think about it and they will remember it!

39:42 - Patti Ruffing
Even having kids search for quotes, for example, to put in the yearbook, they can encounter false information

39:45 - Peggy George (Larry Ferlazzo: Ideas for E.L.L.s: Finding Reliable Sources in a World of ‘ake News)

39:56 - Peggy George
that's a great resource especially for ELL students

40:18 - Peggy George (CommonSense Media: How to Spot Fake News and Teach Kids to be Media Savvy)

40:54 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Thanks, Tiffany. That is actually the one I do start with. Common Sense Media helps at all grade levels.

41:06 - Peggy George
this is an awesome resource from Michelle Luhtala!! (Michele Luhtala: Pearltrees-Digital Literacy and Fake News Resources)

41:36 - Peg Volak
Grade 2...fact and opinion is a great leadin to the news.

41:49 - Peggy George
maybe you have to start with the younger students by just helping them understand the difference between truth and lies??

42:02 - Peggy George
apart from the media

42:06 - Sheri Edwards
Agree Peggy.

42:22 - Sheri Edwards
Truth, Story, Lies

42:48 - Peggy George

42:52 - Sheri Edwards
Great idea. Two truths and lie

42:58 - Sheri Edwards
Thanks Peggy

43:02 - Peggy George
yes that is so much fun!! great icebreaker even for teachers :-)

43:08 - Patti Ruffing
A Lie Can Travel Halfway Around the World While the Truth Is Putting On Its Shoes

43:49 - Peggy George
this is an amazing resource (in our Livebinder) (Julie Greller: Can Your Students Spot Fake News? Here are 71 Links to Help)

43:59 - Peg Volak
Thank you!

44:01 - Peggy George
love that quote Patti!!

44:34 - Peggy George (Joyce Valenza: Truth, Truthiness, Triangulation and the Librarian: A News Literacy Toolkit for a “post-truth”world)

45:00 - Peggy George (Listly Fact Checking Sites curated by CSISD Tech)

45:15 - Laura Malita
Thank you! Great resource, we will need some time to "eat" them!

45:19 - Peggy George
so agree about the use of visuals!

45:54 - Peggy George
we had a great webinar a couple of years about for teaching students about how to create memes related to bullying!

46:35 - Peggy George

46:52 - Peggy George
such helpful information Tiffany!!!! Thank you so much!!!

47:10 - Susie @shighley #2
Tiffany is such an outstanding librarian. I've learned many other things from her as well!

47:26 - Peggy George
There are tons of additional links and resources in the Livebinder!!!

47:32 - Susie @shighley #2
You should see some of the things she's done to decorate libraries, too, aside from all of the instruction

47:33 - Eileen 1
Thank you for all the great information!

47:35 - Anthippi Harou
Amazing resources! Thank you for the enlightening presentation!

47:39 - Patti Ruffing
so many great resources, thank you!

47:44 - Joan Kane
Excellent presentation, Tiffany! Thanks.

47:46 - Tiffany Whitehead #2

47:53 - Jo Ann Ehnson
Thank you!

48:03 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Virtual applause for Tiffany. Thank you for a wonderful webinar. :)

49:26 - Sheri Edwards
Thank you Tiffany. Amazing information so needed. Spread the word about this webinar for others to watch and learn.

49:57 - Peggy George (The Learning Revolution Network created by Steve Hargadon.)

50:06 - Peggy George (Host Your Own Webinar

50:07 - Anthippi Harou
You're right, Sheri! Let's spread the word!

50:16 - Peggy George (Nominate a Featured Teacher for our shows--you can nominate yourself too if you’ like to present for us)

50:20 - @bcdtech Maureen
thanks so much Tiffany- will be sharing out so many of the links you shared

50:24 - Peggy George (Classroom 2.0 LIVE survey link to request PD certificates for live or recorded webinars)

50:49 - Peggy George
Really looking forward to the Global Education Conference next week! It will be fabulous (and free!)

51:01 - Peggy George