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Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)

Evaluating Wikipedia Assessment

Claims on YouTube Assessment

Claims on Twitter Assessment

Webpage Comparison Assessment

Claims on Social Media Assessment

Social Media Video Assessment

Website Reliability Assessment

Researching a Claim Assessment

Comparing Articles Assessment

Evaluating Evidence Assessment

Facebook Argument Assessment

News on Facebook Assessment

Argument Analysis Assessment

Homepage Analysis Assessment

News Search Assessment

Comments Section Assessment

News on Twitter Assessment

Article Evaluation Assessment

Article Analysis Assessment

Evaluating Videos Parallel Assessment—Child Soldiers

Evaluating Videos Parallel Assessment—Democracy Protest

Evaluating Videos Parallel Assessment—Feed America

Webpage Comparison Parallel Assessment—Criminal Justice Reform

Webpage Comparison Parallel Assessment—Football Concussions

Website Reliability Parallel Assessment—Covid-19 Health

Equal Rights Amendment Lesson

Hurricane Katrina Lesson

Iran-Contra Affair Lesson

1973 Chile Coup Lesson

Professional Learning Session 1: Search Like a Fact Checker

Professional Learning Session 2: Lateral Reading and Click Restraint

Professional Learning Session 3: Evaluating Different Types of Evidence

Professional Learning Session 4: Adapting COR for Your Teaching Context

Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

Evaluating Wikipedia Parallel Assessment—Statue of Liberty

Evaluating Wikipedia Parallel Assessment—George Washington

Claims on Twitter Parallel Assessment

Evaluating Videos Assessment

Evaluating Data Assessment

Evidence in a Post Assessment

Sponsored Content Assessment

Webpage Comparison Parallel Assessment - Animal Testing

Claims on Social Media Parallel Assessment

Website Reliability Parallel Assessment—Carbon Dioxide

Website Reliability Parallel Assessment—Climate Change

Researching a Claim Parallel Assessment

Comparing Articles Parallel Assessment

Evaluating Evidence Parallel Assessment

Comments Section Parallel Assessment—Death Penalty

Comments Section Parallel Assessment—School Start

Article Evaluation Parallel Assessment—Labor Practices

Article Evaluation Parallel Assessment—Soda

Article Evaluation Parallel Assessment—News Story

Article Analysis Parallel Assessment

Evaluating Data Parallel Assessment

Intro to Who's Behind the Information? Saturday School Lesson

Intro to What's the Evidence? Saturday School Lesson

Intro to What Do Other Sources Say? Saturday School Lesson

Intro to Who's Behind the Information? Levels 1 and 2 Lessons

Intro to Lateral Reading Levels 1 and 2 Lessons

Lateral Reading Resources and Practice Lesson

Lateral Reading vs. Vertical Reading Lesson

Lateral Reading with Wikipedia Lesson

Lateral Reading with News Stories Lesson

Lateral Reading with Fact-Checking Organizations Lesson

Lateral Reading about Renewable Energy Lesson

News vs. Opinions Lesson

Domain Names Lesson

Sponsored Content Lesson

Intro to What's the Evidence? Levels 1 and 2 Lessons

Evaluating Evidence Levels 1 and 2 Lessons

Evaluating Photos Lesson

Evaluating Data Lesson

Evaluating Videos Lesson

Evaluating Evidence on Wikipedia Lesson

Evaluating Evidence about Climate Change Lesson

Intro to What Do Other Sources Say? Levels 1 and 2 Lessons

Click Restraint Levels 1 and 2 Lessons

Verifying Claims on Social Media Levels 1 and 2 Lessons

Practicing Click Restraint Lesson

Porvenir Massacre Lesson