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Online Opinions

As children spend more and more time online, what effect does this have on their views? What impact are algorithms having on the information that they see and how aware are they of this?

 

 

Overview

During this lesson pupils explore why people see different results when searching for information online. Pupils find out about filter bubbles and consider what impact these have on peoples thoughts and opinions. They consider why it is important to seek a range of views on an issue before making up their minds and explore a...
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