This article synthesizes background research, presents a framework, and shares a frequently updated resource guide (see Science Educator Response to Misinformation: Framework and Resource Collection) for science educators’ multifaceted response to science and health misinformation. We developed this framework and guide as a tool to help science teachers and teacher educators think about the complexity of the issue of science and health misinformation, visualize the connected and interrelated avenues to confront the issue, and identify opportunities to take action in their courses.
- Categories: Biological Sciences, Earth/Space Science, Environmental Science, High School, Inservice Teacher Preparation, Middle School, Physical Sciences, and Preservice Teacher Preparation
- Tags: infodemiology, information & media literacy, misinformation, science denial, and social practices of science
- Publication: Issue 1 and Volume 9