The upcoming NewsLitCamp on June 15th is designed for middle and high school teachers and media specialists in Minnesota, and features a full day of free synchronous sessions and live interactions with Star Tribune journalists and experts from the News Literacy Project.
Why attend? As an educator, you directly influence how your students process everything they read, watch, and hear. You’ll leave NewsLitCamp with new ideas, skills, and resources to help your students navigate today’s complex and challenging information landscape. The goal is to help teachers and librarians develop expertise in news literacy education, share specialized teaching resources, and provide a behind-the-scenes view of the newsgathering process — demystifying what distinguishes quality journalism from rumors, hoaxes and other types of misinformation.
Register here to reserve your seat!