This chapter lays the groundwork for educators to examine their personal information echo chambers and includes an activity suitable for readers and students which can be used to help them create a plan to bring more balance to this aspect of their lives. It provides a set of questions for reflection and a list of suggested resources. Information echo chambers are also sometimes called personal information bubbles. When learning media literacy skills for today’s world, it is critical that one be aware of how people tend to deal with information presented in the media. People also create information echo chambers offline. They get their news from the same television stations or radio stations every day. A critical strategy for breaking out of an information echo chamber is the ability to think about something from another person’s point of view. This skill is grounded in one’s capacity to empathize with others.