Misinformation runs rampant online. How can educators help students navigate this treacherous terrain? The Stanford History Education Group’s Civic Online Reasoning (COR) curriculumfeatures 67 freelessons and assessments that teach students the methods fact-checkers use to sort fact from fiction by evaluating the trustworthiness of online sources.
ISTE’sCreative Constructor Lab Virtual is a digital experience that brings together the most creative minds in education to collaborate and experiment with digital storytelling, design thinking, coding, and more. Unlock more than 70 hands-on sessions to watch live or view later. From October 3 to 10, 2020, you can participate in interactive workshops to learn new skills or join a designchallenge to quickly test your creative prowess. As you learn how to use the latest tools, you’ll also earn professional development credit. See the full schedule and register today.
Tufts University’s Early Childhood Technology (ECT) certificate program is designed for educators and practitioners working with young children in prekindergarten through second grade in diverse educational settings, such as schools, museums, libraries, and daycares.
Since 2020 is an election year, many topics and questions are on the minds of social studies students as they engage in civic life. The National Council for the Social Studies invites high school students to contribute short videos or serve on a panel during a live town hall broadcast to speak out on the subjects of citizenship, the election process, and civics.
Launched in September 2020, the Virtual Online Museum of Art (VOMA) is more than just an online gallery. VOMA is entirely virtual, from the paintings and drawings hanging on the walls to the museum’s computer-generated building itself, giving viewers a new way of experiencing art that transports them to an art space without having to leave their computers.