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Subject area:
Fundamental British Values, Online safety, Radicalisation
Age group:
KS 2, KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Teacher guidance

Guidance which aims to provide teachers with advice on how schools might approach disinformation and conspiracy theories amongst pupils. The guidance is written by two lecturers at the Institute of Education, UCL.

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Guidance for teachers on conspiracy theories in the classroom.