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News and Media Literacy Resource Center

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media literacy materials.\nFrom misinformation to the 24-hour news cycle (on TV and now on social media), students must learn to navigate a noisy, biased, and challenging world. But with the right support, they can learn to be critical and not cynical -- to speak up, not sit back. This collection of news and media lessons, videos, printables, and more is a great place to start. Everything's been carefully vetted by Common Sense editors (and fellow teachers) to help you find that \"just right\" resource for your classroom."}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":13185,"3":{"1":0},"10":2,"11":0,"12":0,"15":"arial, sans, sans-serif","16":9}">Prepare your students for tomorrow’s headlines with essential news and media literacy materials.
From misinformation to the 24-hour news cycle (on TV and now on social media), students must learn to navigate a noisy, biased, and challenging world. But with the right support, they can learn to be critical and not cynical — to speak up, not sit back. This collection of news and media lessons, videos, printables, and more is a great place to start. Everything’s been carefully vetted by Common Sense editors (and fellow teachers) to help you find that “just right” resource for your classroom.

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Since 2003, Common Sense has been one of the leading sources of entertainment and technology recommendations for families and schools. Every day, millions of parents and educators trust Common Sense reviews and advice to help them navigate the digital world with their kids. Together with policymakers, industry leaders and global media partners, they are building a digital world that works better for all kids, their families, and their communities.