Wall Street Journal (blog) The WHY Project: Visual Storytelling to Empower a Generation Wall Street Journal (blog) When this thought was presented to five San Francisco teenagers, they took to their neighborhood streets and used an iPod and...
Not just data, not just design, not just the news, but visual storytelling. News:rewired hosted a panel composed of professionals from different backgrounds, like the regional media, big financial magazines or start-ups. In one hour and a half they put some light on the use of visualisations as the best way of explaining complex stories.
Several good resources for published educational cartoons. The "Cartoons for the Classroom" offers weekly activites and worksheets. Also, a list of cartoon creation applications - all should already be on this scoop site but nice to have them in one place.
How can graphic novels play an integral role in critical thinking, analytic thinking, inference making, sequential thinking and help students grapple with abasract concepts such as metaphor. Relates to Piaget's theory of cognitive development. With graphic novel suggestions.
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