The partner organizations developed a Digital Handbook providing basic information, knowledge, examples and pedagogical methods for teachers who desire to introduce topics such as “fake news”, indoctrination and discrimination into their classes in order to support them implement the project. The Digital Handbook is consisting of 5 chapters.
Chapter 1 provides some useful definitions related to the “fake news” phenomenon and introduces possible countermeasures.
Chapter 2 deals with the importance of the digital skills that students should have to effectively deal with “fake news”.
Chapter 3 is dedicated to the methodological approach to teaching issues related to “fake news”, misinformation or disinformation based on enquiry-based learning.
Chapter 4 provides some guidance to teachers for the production of digital material as a result of student involvement in the project.
Chapter 5 concludes by describing different was that teachers and students can share and disseminate the results of their research.
Download The Handbook for teachers in English, French, Georgian, German, Greek.
Complementary to the Digital Handbook, additional material and tools are offered to teachers in order to support them on introducing activities in their classroom aiming to strengthen the digital citizenship.
Additional material for teachers is available in English, German, Greek and Romanian.