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Why Your Students Need Help in Identifying Fake News

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Anne Feldkamp  
Mike Honiball  

Hosted by ClickView. We know that young people of all ages prefer to get their information online. Yet, many young Americans don’t have the skills they need to critique and decode the news media they interact with online. Join us as we discuss fake news and the importance of digital literacy.

Audience: Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Curriculum/district specialists, Teachers
Topic: Digital citizenship
Grade level: PK-12


Anne Feldkamp, ClickView

Anne Feldkamp is the Director of Customer Success for ClickView in the U.S. Her work focuses on understanding the ever-changing needs of today’s classrooms and matching them with meaningful resources to advance learning outcomes and help students achieve success. Over the past 15 years, she has led teams on state-wide technology adoptions, licensed and customized over 100,000 multi-media resources, and assisted educational organizations with professional development workshops to ensure the successful integration of technology into learning environments.

Mike Honiball,

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