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Learning how to teach historical criticism from fake news? [r-libre/2396]

Jadoulle, Jean-Louis, & Neven, Muriel (2020). Learning how to teach historical criticism from fake news?. In Tomoiaga, Ligia, & Falaus, Anamaria (Ed.), Interdisciplinary Readings Into Historical and Contemporary Forms of Propaganda : Multiculturalism, Mass-Communication, Fake News, and Post-Truth (p. 287-304). Bucaret : Eikon. ISBN 978-606-49-0399-0

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Status: Published
Abstract: The development of fake news poses a didactic challenge to teachers to teacher trainers. How to equip future teachers so that they can teach their future pupils to take a critical distance from this fake news? Does the "school historical criticism" retain any relevance at a time when it is necessary to criticize fake news? This contribution presents a training scheme for future teachers. It includes the production of fake news by students. In terms of student involvement, the experiment has been a real success. In our opinion, it is also justified in terms of citizenship. The students concerned have also become aware of the relevance of some classic reflexes of historical criticism.
Depositor: Jadoulle, Jean-Louis
Owner / Manager: Jean-Louis Jadoulle
Deposited: 09 Sep 2021 14:28
Last Modified: 09 Sep 2021 14:28

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