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Journalistic learning bridges the gap between school and the real world

How many times have you heard or maybe even said this in the classroom? Ironically, such statements imply that the classroom is some sort of abstract realm and anything but real. And you can imagine that if a teacher is saying this to their students, it’s an attempt to get them to pay attention — a big hint that the kiddos are disenchanted with the course material.

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A Biased Approach to Teaching Media Literacy

There has never been a more pressing need to teach young people media literacy. Every day, an ocean of new content inundates their developing brains, and a comprehensive set of skills is required if they hope to deftly sift through the roar. A key to being media literate is having a deep understanding of bias: what it is, how it affects us, and why we should care about it.

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Make the Most of AI in the Classroom

Teachers — while summer break is nearing its end, you might be fretting over how you’ll ensure students won’t use artificial intelligent (AI) tools like ChatGPT to cheat this year. Others might be gleefully leveraging AI to generate new curriculum ideas. Whether you’re a fan of it or not, you can be assured that students are going to use AI in the classroom this Septem

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