Deciphering Fake News from Fact
Presenter: Susan Kambrich, Sandra Stevenson
For: General Interest
CPD hours: 1.5
Available: On Demand
In an age of soundbites, social media, and new technology that can easily manipulate content, it is harder than ever to separate what’s real from what’s not. Join a New York Times photo editor and a Montessori educator to explore ways you can sort through the noise to best prepare yourself for the classroom. You will dive into applications, tools, and news sources, and explore lesson plans, curriculum resources, and opportunities for provocative conversation. You will leave feeling confident about your news intake and knowing what to trust to consume, and imparting the same abilities to your students.
- You will learn how to sift through media in order to best present what is relevant to your students.
- You will learn how to discern which news sources are most accurate.
- You will gain a better understanding of how to teach your students how to discern reliable media sources.
About the Presenters
Susan Kambrich, EdD, is head of school at Woodland Hill Montessori School in Rensselaer, NY and treasurer of the AMS Board of Directors. AMS-credentialed (Administrator). AMI-credentialed (Elementary I – II)
Sandra M. Stevenson is assistant editor in the Photography Department at the New York Times and member-at-large on the AMS Board of Directors.
Individuals (Certificate of Continuing Professional Development for 1 person)
$45/AMS member *Free for all members (PLUS, Basic) members using complimentary PD vouchers
Organizations (Includes up to 15 attendees; each participant will receive their own login.)**
$175/AMS member organization
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**If you are registering as a group, you will be prompted to add all of the attendees’ names during purchase (up to 15, including the person who is purchasing the session).
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