Comics in Education is a website run by Dr. Glen Downey for the purpose of sharing activities and ideas for using comics and graphic novels in literacy education. Head to the classroom section of the site to find five literacy skills development activities that can be completed online or offline. Those activities include wordless narratives, graphic poetry, cave art, visual note-taking, and symbolic language in words and images.
The future is (almost) here: Read comics with Google Glass Comic Book Resources If you enjoy reading comics but just can't spare the time to turn the page, click a mouse or, y'know, sit down, we may have the app for you.
As Bill and Melinda Gates said in their 2014 Annual Letter earlier this month “By almost any measure, the world is better than it has ever been. People are living longer, healthier lives. Many nations that were aid recipients are ...
The Best of PHD - I'm happy to announce that we'll be publishing a run of the "Best PHD Comics" on Tapastic! The feed will be curated by me (Jorge), and will feature behind-the-scene commentary on why each comic is ...
Comic Book Resources Beyond film: the language of comics Comic Book Resources Oyster War cartoonist Ben Towle posted an interesting consideration this week about how we discuss comics, and the tendency to rely on film terminology.
PopMatters Structured Silence: Comics Storytelling, Minus Text PopMatters It's important for any comic to be able to have some quiet, even if it's only occasional, because the medium is a visual one, and too much text too often can become...
Digital comics are a great way to practise language learning in the classroom. Presentation given at AGIS 2013 in Hanover. (@wmjackson RT @slideshare: '20 effective ways to use digital comics in the classroom' is featured on our homepage.
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