Spring of critical thinking – Events – Your visit – Teachers – You – Cité des sciences et de l’industrie

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This spring, Universcience is embarking on a series of actions related to the question: how to properly regulate our trust in information? Rich program of seminars, conferences and exchanges.

  • Master classes “Critical thinking”.

CM1 – CM2

How to distinguish true from false? How do we spot visual traps and break down false targets that guide our point of view? The workshop will help CM1-CM2 students see things more clearly.

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  • Master class “Fake real”

secondary school

The proposal aims to combat scientific disinformation by teaching students to recontextualize information, listen to divergent arguments, and relativize information obtained from the Internet.

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  • Youth master classes “Manage your web”

CM1 – CM2

The “Signe de sens” association offers two workshops accessible from CM1, in particular for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. The seminar aims to transfer good habits of using social networks.

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  • Meeting “Wednesday in the media”

secondary school

How can we talk about environmental misinformation today? In the presence of a roundtable of experts from the world of information and research, come and ask your questions about scientific disinformation in the environment and introduce your students to critical thinking about the media!

With the participation
Isabelle WEIR-MASSON : Director of CNRS Research in Media Communications.
Benoit URGELLI : Lecturer at the University of Lyon 2, focuses on science media coverage and media education, in particular through the lens of climate change.
Juliet CUEF : Journalist, co-founder of the independent media “Green, the media that announces the color”, covering current events in the field of ecology.

March 31, 2022: 14:00-15:30

Free – By reservation

On site and online.

  • Meeting “Health and misinformation”

secondary school

Can we believe everything on the internet and social media? Perpetuating the bubble effect with their algorithms, can social media be a place for medical discussion and a relevant tool for popularizing science?

With the participation
Elodie DANDELOT: Doctor of Human Genetics and Scientific Facilitator
Denis KAROTI: Doctor of the University of Aix-Marseille on teaching critical thinking in the school world.
Nicholas BERROD: Journalist for Le Parisien

March 25, 2022: 14:00-15:30

Is free. Pre-order

On site and online.

  • Meet “Scientific Information”

high school high school

Screening of an episode of the series “Answers Infox!” drops in front of several classes of college students, followed by an exchange of scientific information and the role of a journalist.

March 22, 2022: 14:00-15:30 (On condition)

Is free. Pre-order

  • Meeting/event “Labomedia”

secondary school

Discover, test and experiment new media literacy techniques with your class.
In partnership with CLEMI Paris.

March 24, 2022: 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Is free. Pre-order

  • Meeting with teachers and science journalists

For teachers and book lovers
Round table on the problems of scientific information and media and information education. In partnership with CLEMI Paris.

With the participation
Pierre BoucherCLEMI Paris
Simon Tournierprofessor of physical sciences
Polina FRICOscience journalist
Aline NIPPERTscience journalist
Morgan Guilletscience journalist Bref.me Science
Sophie BEROService Design Project Manager at Signes de Sens

March 23, 2022: 2-3:30 p.m.

Is free. Pre-order

  • Meeting “Discover the profession of a science journalist”

high school high school

Communication between three science journalists and college students to discuss studies, professional careers and daily activities.

With the participation
Muriel VALIN: Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the science news magazine Epsiloon
Olivier BOULANGE: Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Science Actualités Cité des Sciences in Paris.
Aurélie BARBO: journalist for the weekly L’Usine Nouvelle

March 29, 2022: 14:00-15:30

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  • Meeting “What skills can we focus on in MIL science activities? »

Professionals

The Française d’Astronomie Association has developed an animation for media and information education based on a skills reference system and linked to scientific information. Then young people find themselves in a situation where they have to get rid of information related to astronomy and create a newspaper.

oneuhApril 2022

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