There's lots of good information on the Internet, but you will also find opinions, misconceptions, and inaccurate information. There are people who believe that we never walked on the moon and that the Holocaust never happened, so be careful when you read a web page. Look for what Wikipedia calls the "verifiability" of information.
Read Wicked or Wonderful: Revisiting Wikipedia by Annette Lamb.
Use these websites to help your students identify fact and fiction.
Keep in mind that even these websites should only be one of many sources of information.
presents a case vignette with input from three social workers—a case presenter and two discussants who offer their insights on the presenting problem, background and family history, and the initial phase of treatment. Shapiro, LCSW Presenting Problem Taylor is a 49-year-old Caucasian female, never married, with no children.
She has experienced episodes of major depression since early childhood with one serious suicide attempt as a preteen, but there have been periods during which she functioned reasonably well.
It might be something big, it might not be, but ignoring your feelings actually makes it difficult to work how you feel and why when you Dating is a discovery phase and you have to use your judgment to evaluate the situation in reality and basically intervene if it’s a genuine case of overactive imagination and the voice of doom and tell it to shut the beep up. You always know that you’re ignoring your gut not the annoying guest (although you might make the mistake of treating your gut as if it’s an annoying party pooper guest), when you silence your gut with And you do know when you’re bullshitting even if you won’t admit it.
You have to differentiate between internal and external fear and respond to Remember life keeps serving you up the same lessons until you demonstrate that you’ve learned them and respond accordingly. You think that it’s all probably going to end anyway? A big clue is if you’ve done this line of bullshit before and it sounds like excuses and possible desperation.
How do you judge the quality of Internet resources? You should be able to check the material you find against other reliable sources.You do have to literally say to the spoiler, “Well hello old ‘friend’…. Try a Feelings Diary and monitor how you feel and what else is happening during these times for a week or so.There may be other factors contributing such as work stress or even boredom.These websites may be parodies, satire, hoaxes, or designed to show students the importance of questioning information found on the web.Read How to Spot a Fake Website by Garen Arnold (2009). Use the following websites to explore the issue of Internet content. How will you teach students to question EVERYTHING they read? A few websites are addressing the issue of misleading information.