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  • Media Literacy

    Reading Headlines: Recognizing Media Influence

    May 16, 2017

    A summer institute alum provides a lesson designed to help students think about how we read news, how that news influences our world view, and how to recognize bias both in ourselves and in the media.

  • Media Literacy

    The Media Literacy Maven!

    April 28, 2017

    Join a member of our Education staff on Facebook Live as she provides tips and tricks on how to navigate the murky waters of fake and misleading news. View past episodes here.

  • Case Study

    Encouraging Students to Think Through Life’s Gray Areas

    April 10, 2017

    A summer institute alum got unexpected — and welcomed — outcomes when she created a real-life case study on shoplifting to hone her students' reading and writing skills. In this guest blog post, Shelley Sheets provides a DIY design to help you make case studies to fit your curriculum needs.

  • Historical Connections

    Marchers Exercise Their First Amendment Rights

    January 19, 2017

    Marches, rallies, and movements of all kinds have the power to influence and inspire. Throughout history, marches have proven themselves to be powerful tools to make the people's voices be heard and to spearhead or resist change.


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