Despite concerns raised about the disclosure of personal information on social network sites, research has When fake news, such as false claims about the coronavirus, has threatened people’s safety, tech companies have joined forces to crack down on the misinformation super-spreaders. But ad-supported networks are in somewhat of a bind, since they get money when users click on these stories – so the crazier the headline, the more money they make. Most kids and teens get their news from their feeds, so they need to learn how to view stories critically.
|Subject||Information Technology, Literacy, Science, Privacy,|
|Pedagogical Approach||Explorative learning|
|Competencies||Digital literacy, critical thinking|
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