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Age Group: 0 to 11 years

Workshop in Box

The workshop in a box provides teachers, librarians, community leaders and other learning facilitators with the resources they need to deliver a media literacy workshop. The aim of the workshop is to discuss with participants best practices in engaging with digital media content, and raise awareness about the disinformation problem and its impact on the

Ceardlann i mBosca

Soláthraíonn an cheardlann i mbosca na hacmhainní a theastaíonn uathu chun ceardlann litearthachta sna meáin a sholáthar do mhúinteoirí, leabharlannaithe, ceannairí pobail agus éascaitheoirí foghlama eile. Is é aidhm na ceardlainne na cleachtais is fearr maidir le dul i ngleic le hábhar meán digiteach a phlé leis na rannpháirtithe, agus feasacht a ardú faoin bhfadhb

Childnet

Childnet is a UK-based charity that aims to empower children, young people, and those who support them in their online lives, making the internet an enjoyable and safe place for children and young people. On their website, there are free resources for both teachers and parents, and they can be filtered by age group (3

Interland

Interland, developed by Google, is an online adventure that teaches kids aged between 7-12 the key lessons of internet safety through four challenging games. Please click on the link below to access the content:

Break the Fake

Developed by MediaSmarts, this website offers a lot of resources such as workshops, lessons plans, fact-checking tips, posters and infographics to help both children and adults to fight online disinformation. Please click on the link below to access the content: https://mediasmarts.ca/break-fake

Facts Matter: Building Critical Media Literacy

Facts Matter is an introductory guide for adult literacy and adult education practitioners who wish to build their students’ knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence in critical thinking, media and digital literacy. It was co-published by 80:20 – Educating and Acting for a Better World, an Irish-based charity that promotes popular education on human development and

MediaWise Youtube channel

This YouTube channel features fact-checking videos submitted by MediaWise’s Teen Fact-Checking Network, collaborations with the MediaWise Ambassadors, and media literacy tips. It is a good resource for those who want to learn how to tell fact from fiction. MediaWise is a non-profit, nonpartisan program of The Poynter Institute, that aims to teach people how to

Skillify – understand your level of digital skills

Skillify is a self-assessment tool developed by The Digital Collective (DigiCo) to help people understand their level of digital skills in 21 different topics. It covers the following areas: Information and Data Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Digital Content Creation; Safety; and Problem Solving. It provides a detailed report on people’s digital skills and some recommendations to