Learn to Check Workshops

The Learn to Check project is a teaching initiative intended to underpin media education, and in particular to teach about digital verification. In the 21st century, knowing how to filter, verify and make appropriate use of social media has become a fundamental skill of citizenship. And so we offer face-to-face and online workshops for different types of audience. We also give conferences, moderate debates, and stage other tailored training and education events. If you are interested in our training and educational efforts, then please contact us.

Don’t Be Taken In

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This is the seed of the Learn to Check project. A workshop for high school and vocational training students in which we combine a theoretical element, teaching the concepts, tools and processes of verification, with a practical part in which the teenagers become digital detectives, and are called on to […]

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Don’t Be Taken In, online course

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Online teaching is expanding and consolidating its status. At Learn to Check we can adapt to all formats and address different needs and preferences. We also have an online adaptation of our workshop for high school and vocational training students. We use digital platforms to offer theoretical and practical training […]

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Checking as a family

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Digital verification can also be learned with your family. This workshop is designed for parent-teacher associations at educational institutions, above all high schools. Both the teenagers and their families attend a training session to introduce them to the concepts, tools and procedures for digital verification. Teamwork challenges are also set, […]

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Other workshops

At Learn to Check we work with a range of organizations, institutions and associations in the field of media literacy.

Workshops Learn to Check & Cibervoluntarios

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These training sessions last one hour and can be delivered face-to-face or online, introducing teenagers to the concepts of disinformation and digital verification.  

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