Education

Interactive Story Telling

The craftiness of educators blows my mind sometimes. I mean, really, y’all are amazing.  In this post I’d like to highlight some of the super crafty action from the folks over at Davyhulme Primary School who have been creating some…

Book Report Project In Comic Life

I’ll admit that the post below is almost entirely lifted from an educational blog dedicated to ICT-ELT, which is geared toward incorporating visual and technological support into teaching. They’re all about adopting and adapting tools to use in the classroom,…

Dinosaur Escape!

There are so many layers of creativity going on in this project that I can hardly stand it! There’s creative writing, painting, mystery and intrigue, problem solving, and storytelling with comics. It’s just so good! Students at Whitefield Primary School…

Wired Educator Review

Kelly Croy, Editor and Senior Writer of Wired Educator, recently reviewed Comic Life 3. Holy bananas, you guys, they loved it! You can find the original post on the Wired Educator site, but I’ve included most of it below. It’s…

Adding Tech Spice To PE

A big thanks to @TechforPE (Jorge Rodriguez) for posting a video about using Comic Life posters and augmented reality in the classroom. Here are some of the lesson details from PE Stations at Harvard Elementary: • Portfolio set up •…

Book Summary

  Just a short post highlighting this great comic page from @missjillyteach. Her students put together comic pages summarizing John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars.