Tag Archives: Catfishing

Five Resources for Teaching Catfishing

Warning Signs of a Catfish

If you’re planning to teach the Teengagement® Unit of Study Catfishing, here are five companion resources you can use to engage students and extend their knowledge.

Critical Thinking Connections and Catfishing

Critical Thinking Connection

All educators want to create exciting, effective lesson plans, but the clock defeats us sometimes, doesn’t it? Teengagement® subscribers have access to Critical Thinking Connections (CTC) for each Unit of Study, designed to engage students and save teachers time when … Continue reading

Catfishing: Seeing Below the Surface of the Text


Trying to get the students to think inside the text can be difficult. Getting them to really examine all the different angles and ideas beyond the superficial is not easy. From time to time, I will provide some images that … Continue reading

Catfishing and Pandora’s Box

Pandora's Box

In Catfishing, we read about how unethical people can use the internet as a tool for engaging in questionable activities. To quote George Santayana, “Those who cannot remember the past are destined to repeat it.”


Catfishing Unit of Study

How can I protect myself and others while online? The new Teengagement® Unit of Study, Catfishing, seeks to answer this question. Nev Schulman, devastated by an online experience when a girl duped him into falling in love, only to find out … Continue reading