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Share the (True) News with BBC iReporter

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BBC iReporter

Spot real stories, dodge fake news in cheeky media literacy sim

Pros: Gameplay is silly and fun, and it takes critical thinking and media literacy savvy to succeed.

Cons: Students probably won't want to play it more than once, and teachers will have to come up with context-setting and reflection activities on their own.

Bottom Line: A refreshingly modern way for students to explore how to filter and interpret info and media during breaking news events.

[PBS Announces Free Media Literacy Micro-Credentials for PreK-12 Educators]

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