Education

Comic Life at CUE

plasq went to CUE (Computer Using Educators), a conference in Palm Springs, CA, where educators and technology collide and all sorts of awesome ideas are shared and created. It’s a hard life, but someone has to go. So Robert and I took one…

It's A Breakthrough

Allow me to introduce you to Pat Kaufman of The Design Company. When we first met Pat this is what we were told: “I am graphic designer celebrating over 30 years in my own business, and I use Comic Life all…

Studying Invention Inventively

If you need help getting started with a history project, then you’ve landed on the right post! Here’s a great lesson plan from Karen, the Technology Integration Specialist at Junipero Serra Elementary School in San Francisco, California. Students researched inventions that all…

Telling A Tadpole's Story

Comics can be used in science classes to show biological processes, even the most confusing ones. Ever needed to teach students how an egg changes into something that swims around like a fish, and then into something that has a…

Steve Silvasy

Collaborative Classroom: Finding a Voice with Comic Life You might not expect to see a native Philadelphia street artist teaching literacy in a high school technology class, but Steve Silvasy has found a way to bring art, technology and literacy…

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