With this new toolkit, secondary school teachers can help their students separate what is real from what is fake when they are browsing online. It explains what disinformation is, how it works and how you should respond to it. The toolkit includes real life examples and group exercises and gives links to other trusted sources and instruments (tests and games), which can be used during education. It is currently only available in English, but soon will be available in all European languages.
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