Student Resources

Google Drive and Student Email

Student Portal

Building Slideshow

MHC Absent Narratives Resource Collection

Minnesota Humanities Center's Absent Narratives Resource Collection.

Checking Online Resources/Social Media

Thank to Sean Casey, Media Specialist at Northeast Middle School

Fact and Opinion - BrainPOP

"How do you know whether someone is giving you solid information, or whether they’re trying to persuade you to embrace a point of view?"

Media Literacy - BrainPOP

"Television, print media, the Internet...all are filled with advertising, opinions, and other hidden persuasions."

Online Sources - BrainPOP

"The Internet is a treasure trove of information. But look out — some of it might be fool's gold!"


"A browser-based platform where middle school and high school students learn how to navigate today’s challenging information landscape by developing news literacy skills."


"A game that tests your news sense."

Fake It to Make It

"A social-impact game about fake news."

Digital Media Literacy - GCFLearnFree

"Learn how to interpret and evaluate information online, whether you're reading an article, watching a video, or using social media."

Evaluate Credibility of Online Sources - Google Applied Digital Skills

"Determine if a source is credible using a table of key questions in a document."

My World Media Literacy - Microsoft

"My World Media a free educational platform for students ages 11-14 designed with the goal of increasing global media literacy and the evaluation of information presented in modern journalism."

Digital Literacy Lessons - Teaching Tolerance

"We live in a digital world; even very young students need to think digitally. These lessons can help them build the skills and dispositions they need to become safe and savvy internet users."