Mr. Ries if you need access.)
- Click on the Green button that says “Sign in with Azure”
- Type in your MPS email address and password
Checking Online Resources/Social MediaThank to Sean Casey, Media Specialist at Northeast Middle School
Checking Online Resources/Social Media
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!"
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 Literacy...is 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."