This website lists some digital literacy standards which were developed by the Partnership for 21st Century Learning. In addition to the standards there are links to five additional resources you can go to for further information.
Project Look Sharp is a media literacy initiative of the Division of Interdisciplinary & International Studies at Ithaca College, working in collaboration with local school districts, New York State BOCES, the National Association for Media Literacy Education (formerly AMLA), and other national media literacy organizations. This PDF has a dozen ideas for teaching media literacy that are very easy to incorporated into different subject and grade levels.
Conflicting information is all over the internet. This TED Talk will help students understand what media bias is and how to recognize it. Understanding media bias is a skill that we will all use for the rest of our lives.
This guide is full of everything you need to help your students learn how to evaluate websites. There are surveys that students can complete that will help them evaluate the reliability of websites, apps, and videos.
All students should be able to access, analyze, evaluate and create media in a number of forms, shaping their understanding of how media affects society and why it is essential in the 21st century. These lesson ideas will help students build these important skills which they will use for the rest of their lives.