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Subject: I am looking for teaching resources on media literacy

Civic Online Reasoning

This research-based curriculum developed by the Stanford History Education Group offers lessons and assessments to help students evaluate online information that affects them, their communities, and the world. It is necessary to create a free account. Please click on the link below to access the content:

Checkology – News Literacy Project

Checkology is a free e-learning platform with engaging, authoritative lessons on subjects like news media bias, misinformation, conspiratorial thinking and more. Learners develop the ability to identify credible information, seek out reliable sources and apply critical thinking skills to separate fact-based content from falsehoods. Please click on the link below to access the content:

Transformative Media Pedagogies

This is a recorded webinar on the launch of ‘Transformative Media Pedagogies’, a book edited by Paul Mihailidis, Sangita Shresthova and Megan Fromm that explores the concept of individual and collective transformation as the underlying driver for media pedagogy. It offers valuable insights and practical strategies for implementing transformative media pedagogies across learning environments and

MIL literate citizens

Think critically, click wisely! This curriculum presents a comprehensive competency framework of media and information literacy and offers educators and learners structured pedagogical suggestions. It features various detailed modules covering the range of competencies needed to navigate today’s communications ecosystem. This resource links media and information literacy to emerging issues, such as artificial intelligence, digital

Go Viral!

This is a 5-minute game that helps protect people against COVID-19 misinformation. You’ll learn about some of the most common strategies used to spread false and misleading information about the virus. Understanding these tricks allows you to resist them the next time you come across them online. You can also access a study that explains

Cyber Academy

This is an internet safety series for kids age 7-10 developed by Trend Micro. Covering various important topics related to digital, information and media literacy, such as online privacy and misinformation, it is a very good resource for both parents and teachers. Each episode consists of a short animated video, a conversation guide to support

Social Media Literacy

This is an Educational Toolkit for the Development of Social Media Literacy developed by an Erasmus+ project resulting form a partnership in the field of school education between 5 institutions from Romania, Belgium, Italy and Portugal. Its main goal is to encourage teachers to use social media in the classroom and teach social media literacy


Connected is an educational resource specifically designed for teachers of the Junior Cycle Digital Media Literacy Short Course who wish to explore Online Wellbeing; News, Information and Problems of False Information; Big Data and the Data Economy; and My Rights Online. It aims to empower young people to be effective, autonomous and safe users of technology and online