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Socrative

Socrative empowers you to engage and assess your students as learning happens. Through the use of real-time questioning, result aggregation, and visualization, you have instant insight into levels of understanding so you can use class time to better collaborate and grow as a community of learners.

Haiku Learning

Haiku Learning is a full suite of beautiful, cloud-based tools designed to get you up and running with digital learning in minutes. Create classroom pages, add and organize content blocks, change layouts, and publish whenever you are ready. Embed content from YouTube, Google Docs, Maps, Skype and dozens of other third-party services or create your own from scratch. And when you have crafted the perfect classroom page? Resource sharing in Haiku Learning lets you share your classes, pages, and content blocks with any other Haiku Learning user--and use content in your own class created by other teachers. Free for teachers.

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Kahoot!

With this tool you can create a fun learning game (kahoot) made from a series of multiple choice questions: players answer on their own devices while games are displayed on a shared screen to unite lesson. After the game, share your own kahoot to deepen undestanding, mastery and purpose.

Pinterest on Media Literacy

This Media Literacy page on Pinterest includes 25 different ideas and suggestions for stimulating media literacy in the classroom.

Boys biggest conversation

Video from MediaSmart and FirstNews that can be used in classrooms to encourage young men, to talk about body image and the effect it has on their mental wellbeing.

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Panopto guide to lecture capture

Guide from Panopto on lecture capture set ups which includes 9 examples of different lecture capture setups for various learning spaces. It also provides information on recommended audio and visual recording equipment.

Misinformation Overload

This website includes a variety of talks by teenagers in North America on the topic of misinformation. Useful to stimulate discussion with teenagers.

Project LookSharp

Project Look Sharp is a media literacy initiative of Ithaca College in USA that develops and provides plenty of lesson plans, media materials, training, and support for the effective integration of media literacy with critical thinking into classroom curricula at all education levels.

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Pexels free stock images

This is a large source of free images that can be used in various ways

Beyond the Headline: Online News Verification game

This game available in the form of a short poster is available from EAVI and can be used to show students some of the critical and visual cues we can use to quickly judge the veracity of online content.

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