Comics in Education

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This is the Official Pinterest page of Comics in Education, an organization dedicated to fostering the use of comics and graphic novels in the K-12 classroom.
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The Conference that Inspired Comics in Education (and the Workshop Handouts) - Comics in Education

Fostering Inquiry One Comic Book at a Time (Presentation by Glen Downey for RFTLOI

The Title Page of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1886), by Robert Louis Stevenson

Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is the original title of a novella written by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson that was first published in

Comics in Education Presents: An Extended Essay Map that Is Every Supervisor's Dream - Comics in Education

the color purple essay questions Comics in Education Presents: An Extended Essay Map that Is Every .

Comics in Education Presents: Names and Naming in Jekyll and Hyde

Comics in Education Visual Brainstorming Series: Names and Naming in Jekyll and Hyde

Comics in Education Presents: Shakespeare's Career as a Playwright - Comics in Education

Comics in Education Presents: Shakespeare's Career as a Playwright

Comics in Education Presents: Shakespeare's Career as a Playwright (Part 2) - Comics in Education

Comics in Education Presents: Shakespeare's Career as a Playwright

Are You Still Fond of the Good Old Blackboard? For Visual Learners, the New One is Better! - Comics in Education

Opening Day Lesson Play inspired by Visual Narrative -- Jon Krakauer's Into Thin Air

Kersti Muzaffar's "outer" painting of "Flying Inside Your Own Body" by Margaret Atwood.

Margaret Atwood, Comics, and the Awakened Imagination

The Opening Sequence of "This is a Photograph of Me" (www.graphicpoetrybooks.com)

Margaret Atwood, Comics, and the Awakened Imagination

Kersti Muzaffar's "inner" painting of "Flying Inside Your Own Body" by Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood, Comics, and the Awakened Imagination

This is a Photograph of Me / Girl and Horse, 1928 from www.graphicpoetrybooks.com

by Margaret Atwood, ed. by Glen Downey -- In these two poems, renowned Canadian author Margaret Atwood delves deep to reveal that things aren't always what they seem.

Kersti Muzaffar's painting of "Girl and Horse, 1928," published on Comics in Education (www.comicsineducation.com)

Margaret Atwood, Comics, and the Awakened Imagination