last edited Aug 08 2017 by Alan O'Donohoe | Created by Alan O'Donohoe | Other contributors:
Teaching resources & plans to help learners understand the web and 'Fake News'
Hack For Good is an activity I first developed for use at our Hack To The Future events that we hold to inspire and engage digital makers. You might use elements of it to teach Digital Literacy and Computer Science for just one lesson, or as a series of lessons on the theme of web pages, HTML, cyber-security and online safety.
You can view the teaching plans for Hack For Good at: https://teknoteacher.makes.org/thimble/MTQ3MDEwMzgwOA==/hack-for-good
I recorded part of an online TeachComputing webinar in which I explain it how I’ve used it with my classes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81Q6799Ic-I&feature=youtu.be&t=6m06s
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