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Saturday, March 7 • 8:00am - 8:45am
Fake news or real science? Building information literacy in today’s students

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“Just because it’s on the Internet doesn’t mean it’s true.” If you’ve ever said that to a student, then this session is for you. Pseudoscience has always been with us, but in the era of intentional misleading and the ever-present “share” button, students now more than ever need skills to decipher truth from fiction. In this session I will share a student-developed website evaluation tool and the process used to create it. We will also discuss other strategies to encourage critical consuming of information. Although this session was developed with my environmental science class, the topic applies to all disciplines. Join us and bring your own success stories!

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Anne Jeannette LaSovage

Science Teacher, Southfield Public Schools
I am a veteran teacher with 20+ years of experience, primarily in a mostly minority district. MSTA Member for much of that time - and received MSTA High School Science Teacher of the Year Award in 2018! Talk to me about: (inter)active lessons, developing discourse in science... Read More →



Saturday March 7, 2020 8:00am - 8:45am
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