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Student Activities: What Does It Mean to Live with Social Media?

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Student Activities: What Does It Mean to Live with Social Media?

These slides contain student-facing instructions for the activities in the Teaching Idea “What Does It Mean to Live with Social Media?” Students will sharpen their media literacy skills as they evaluate the impact of social media on their lives and question how we can manage social media’s harmful effects.

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