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    REMC Courses provide an opportunity to enhance personal or professional learning by exploring technology tools and instructional practices. Optional SCECHs are available for each course. Participants may also pursue a REMC Microcredential for deeper learning through one of 7 pathways.


Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
   
11/06/2023 12:00 AM-12:02 AM Begin work anytime.
Title Media Literacy: Fake or Real?
Session 20200114
Session Contact Melissa White
Email :mjwhite61@gmail.com
Instructor(s) Melissa White
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Credits
10 SCECHs
Which media sites are reporting the truth? How to discern the difference between real and “fake” or false information? More importantly, can students differentiate between real and fake news? Most children have a difficult time discerning between what is real or fake, how to differentiate between an advertisement and a news article, and identifying where they got their news. We need to stop the cycle of passing forward news and information that has not been substantiated. This course will help educators and their students become smarter consumers and producers of information.

Important Information

Each course is FREE, 3 weeks in length and requires 10 hours of time to complete. Work includes new learning and application in the classroom or teaching practices. Courses require at least 1 live interaction with the instructor. All courses are facilitated by Michigan educators. First time users of REMC Association's registration system will need to create an account.

An instructor welcome email is sent the Friday prior to the start date.


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