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                                                                   Welcome to the 58th Annual California Council for the Social Studies Conference
Saturday, March 16 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Should I Trust This Source?: Media Literacy to Create Skeptics, Not Cynics FULL

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HSS students need medial literacy skills to be conscientiousness consumers of digital information. By spending time in the HSS classroom teaching media literacy, teachers can provide students with essential life skills to discern source reliability. This UCD History Project workshop provides classroom tested strategies and tech-tips for teachers and students on how to be skeptical, not cynical, of media.

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Stephanie Kugler

History Teacher, Bridgeway Island K-8
Stephanie teaches 8th grade US History in West Sacramento, CA and is a teacher-leader with the UC Davis History Project. Her students say she is the biggest nerd they know, but also not a bad teacher.
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Katharine Cortes

UCDHP
Katharine Cortes is the Associate Director of the UC Davis History Project with a PhD in History from UC Davis. Her mission at the History Project is to build a community of educators centered on creating rich inquiry-based history-social science instruction.


Saturday March 16, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Carmel Room Doubletree by Hilton, 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose, CA 95110

Attendees (89)