Videos can be faked just like pictures can be faked. Understanding this disturbing phenomenon is vital to the future of any stable country. Savvy citizens dedicated to truth are a blessing to their community and country. This conversation will help you get there. Today’s guest, teacher Chelsey Greer, talked with her students about the disturbing phenomenon of the Deep Fake. She used episode 572 with Wesley Fryer as a tool to open the conversation.
Listen to Chelsey Greer talk about teaching kids about the Deep Fake
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Plan a lesson to talk about the deep fake. Check out the resources on this post about the deep fake. Also, consider talking about another topic raised in the show — that of the pressure to produce content that is “liked.”
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Chelsey Greer – Bio as Submitted
My name is Chelsey Greer. I am teaching technology education for the first time this year after five years of teaching in elementary classrooms. Technology and education are my passion and I’m beyond excited to be starting my career as a technology education teacher. I am also a coach to a first-year team of sixth and seventh graders with the Odyssey of the Mind program. I have so much to learn and I look forward to all the challenges and exciting moments ahead!
Outside of school, I’m a mom to an incredible little girl and wife to my loving husband. My husband, Casey, is an engineer and loves to get involved in the projects I’m doing with my students. Together, with my mom, our family is working to re-establish the farm that’s been in my family for generations. There are so many great things to look forward to in life and we all strive to do what we love in life.