Children can be targets and objects of mis/disinformation, but they can also actively counter its flow. They can contribute to online fact-checking and myth-busting initiatives.
Equipping children with the critical reading and thinking skills can help them determine the veracity of information. Considering how mis/disinformation moves easily between online and offline contexts, it is important to develop critical thinking skills amongst children even in non-digital contexts.
|Subject||Information Technology, Literacy, Science, Privacy|
|Pedagogical Approach||Explorative learning approach|
|Competencies||Developing source criticism skills, scientific literacy|
|Link to the worksheet||English: |