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Tackling disinformation and promoting digital literacy

The guidelines bring together pedagogy and practice in one easy-to-use format:  How do we get young people excited about fact-checking and critical thinking?  What are the technical dimensions of disinformation? How can we identify deep fakes?

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The guidelines are intended for primary and secondary school teachers/educators in different subjects and with different levels of experience and knowledge in the field. Likewise, bringing in the other school staff such a social psychologists/social workers/librarians as well as the support of parents, media professionals, civil society and the larger community will further enrich the learning experience of students.

Digital Education Action Plan – Action 7

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