14 episodes

Exercise your ears and sharpen your brain with The Mind Online, hosted by Learning for Justice Senior Editor Monita Bell. Through conversations with teachers, librarians, scholars and reporters, Monita explores the critical aspects of digital literacy that shape how we create and consume content online. Discover what educators and students alike need to know—and how we can all become safer, better informed digital citizens.

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    • 4.6 • 22 Ratings

Exercise your ears and sharpen your brain with The Mind Online, hosted by Learning for Justice Senior Editor Monita Bell. Through conversations with teachers, librarians, scholars and reporters, Monita explores the critical aspects of digital literacy that shape how we create and consume content online. Discover what educators and students alike need to know—and how we can all become safer, better informed digital citizens.

    The Digital Literacy Framework

    The Digital Literacy Framework

    In this final episode, highlights from our guest interviews walk listeners through the seven key areas of Teaching Tolerance's Digital Literacy Framework (#DigLit).
    Visit the show notes for this episode to find a full transcript and a list of resources to help you teach the ideas explored by our guests.
    And educators! Get a professional development certificate for listening to this episode—issued by Learning for Justice. Listen for the special code word, then visit learningforjustice.org/podcastpd.

    • 42 min
    You Are the Product

    You Are the Product

    Reflections on how the attention economy affects social media and journalism, with Meredith Broussard, author of Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World, and Betsy O’Donovan, assistant professor of journalism at Western Washington University.
    Educators! Get a professional development certificate for listening to this episode—issued by Learning for Justice. Listen for the special code word, then visit learningforjustice.org/podcastpd.
    And be sure to visit the show notes for this episode, for a full transcript and resources to help you teach the ideas explored by our guests.

    • 44 min
    Gaming: Reading, Writing and Radicalization?

    Gaming: Reading, Writing and Radicalization?

    Video games in the classroom can help young people learn a wide range of skills. But gaming can also expose them to radical ideologies. We talk about game-based learning with Meenoo Rami, manager for Microsoft's Minecraft Education. We also explore how educators can counter hateful messages in games with Keegan Hankes from the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project.
    Visit the show notes for this episode to find a full transcript and a list of resources to help you teach the ideas explored by our guests.
    And educators! Get a professional development certificate for listening to this episode—issued by Learning for Justice. Listen for the special code word, then visit learningforjustice.org/podcastpd.

    • 34 min
    Fake News: Finding It, Fighting It

    Fake News: Finding It, Fighting It

    Do you know how to identify fake news? MediaWise’s Katy Byron discusses teaching students how to determine what’s real on the internet, and Professor Gordon Pennycook exposes why people believe things that aren’t true.
    Educators! Get a professional development certificate for listening to this episode—issued by Learning for Justice. Listen for the special code word, then visit learningforjustice.org/podcastpd.
    And be sure to visit the show notes for this episode, for a full transcript and resources to help you teach the ideas explored by our guests.

    • 27 min
    YouTube: Consumers and Creators

    YouTube: Consumers and Creators

    Your students are likely experiencing the good and the bad of YouTube, one of the world’s most popular online platforms. In this episode, featuring science teacher Alicia Johal and the Daily Beast’s Kelly Weill, we consider both in the classroom conte
    Visit the show notes for this episode to find a full transcript and a list of resources to help you teach the ideas explored by our guests.
    And educators! Get a professional development certificate for listening to this episode—issued by Learning for Justice. Listen for the special code word, then visit learningforjustice.org/podcastpd.

    • 37 min
    Librarians: Digital Literacy Experts

    Librarians: Digital Literacy Experts

    Too many schools don’t have librarians, but if yours does and you're not tapping their expertise to teach digital literacy, you're making a big mistake. Librarians Julia Torres and Lois Parker-Hennion explain why you need them.
    Educators! Get a professional development certificate for listening to this episode—issued by Learning for Justice. Listen for the special code word, then visit learningforjustice.org/podcastpd.
    And be sure to visit the show notes for this episode, for a full transcript and resources to help you teach the ideas explored by our guests.

    • 45 min

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