CRITICAL THINKING ONLINE

This module aims to open up a discussion between students about what is reliable online and what isn't. A recent Ofcom study found that one in five 12-15s believe information returned by a Google search must be true. Through interactive activities and discussion, these resources aim to challenge this and equip young people with the critical thinking skills they need to navigate the online world successfully.

Click on the links below to download all the resources you need to run Critical Thinking Online in your school or youth group! 

1. Click here to download the Critical Thinking Online guide for staff. 

2. Click here to download the Critical Thinking Online lesson plan for Tech Trainers to follow. 

3. Click here to download the Critical Thinking Online student/parent information sheet. 

4. Click here to download the Critical Thinking Online PowerPoint Presentation 

We would like your feedback - email katie.collett@diana-award.org.uk with any comments or suggestions. Thank you!