Check out this 360 degree video from CNN. More 360 degree videos by immersive media can be found here.
What do you really know about Haiti? Click here to see a slideshow about it. Or here for a timeline vie.
This is an amazing multimedia resource from the New York Times to use to teach the Haiti earthquake.
The New York Times has put together an outstanding resource for teachers here.
Click here to explore Time Magazine’s photoessay section.
Click here to go to the NYT’s multimedia page.
NPR has great current even resources here. They also have an incredible multimedia page that has video and podcast articles about what is going on in the world today as well as in the arts. You can even listen to podcasts of the news on an hourly basis.
Know the news is part of Link tv, where it give viewers a perspective on world news that might not be typically seen in the United States.
One is a Remixer activity where students can edit news clips of the same event from different countries or networks, add their own commentary, and post it online. Teachers need to register in order for their classes to participate.
It also has a News Challenge game that can be played without registering. Two different short news clips are shown, and then questions are asked about them.
Finally, in its Watch and Rate exercise, viewers rate different clips on journalistic qualities.