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Virtual Professional Development Program for Educators

Separating Fact from Fiction in an Era of Information Overload

Bringing Media Literacy to Your Classroom

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Featured Speakers
Julian Sanchez
Julian Sanchez

Former Senior Fellow

Khristine Brookes
Khristine Brookes

Vice President of Communications

Renee DiResta
Renee DiResta

Research Manager, Stanford Internet Observatory

Zeve Sanderson
Zeve Sanderson

Executive Director, NYU’s Center for Social Media and Politics

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The Sphere Education Initiatives is pleased to offer a webinar event—Separating Fact from Fiction in an Era of Information Overload: Bringing Media Literacy to Your Classroom. Join us on Thursday, April 28th, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. EDT for this exciting event, which includes a conversation about media and misinformation followed by professional development from Retro Report’s director of education on how to bring media literacy to the classroom.


Our panel will feature Julian Sanchez, senior fellow at the Cato Institute, Renee DiResta, research manager at the Stanford Internet Observatory, and Zeve Sanderson, executive director of NYU’s Center for Social Media and Politics. Khristine Brookes, vice president of communications at Cato, will moderate the conversation. Retro Report will offer professional development.


Bringing Media Literacy to the Classroom

A conversation with Julian Sanchez, Renee DiResta and Zeve Sanderson

Moderated by Khristine Brookes



Presented by Retro Report