Join educators from all grade levels on Sunday, November 4 at 7 pm EST as we discuss using comics as multidisciplinary tools for writing instruction. Be sure to use the #EduComix hashtag all month long to keep the conversation going.
Guest Post by John C. Weaver, Williamsport Area High School So, you’ve decided to bring graphic novels in the classroom, have you? Excellent! You’ll find it immensely gratifying, and your students will love it. Comics and graphic novels immediately engage both high and low end readers. But, now that you’re committed to teaching with this […]
Denver Comic Con 2017 is just around the corner! This year we have over 250 hours of education-based panels focusing on everything from teaching with cosplay to using board games in your classroom to engaging students with independent films, and so much more! These panels are all part of our overall nonprofit educational mission: to […]
What’s the coolest place at Denver Comic Con 2017 for families? The 10,000 square foot Pop Culture Classroom Kids’ Laboratory of course! This year the PCC Kids’ Lab is back, each day bringing a full slate of fun, interactive and engaging activities for kiddos of all ages and interests to the show floor. This year’s […]
Contributed by: Jason Nisavic When students walk in the door to start your class period, what do they expect to find? Hopefully, they look forward to your class as a chance to engage with something unusual and interesting. For teachers who would like to jumpstart their lesson with a conversation piece, it’s hard to beat […]
The Pop Culture Classroom Kids’ Laboratory is back for Denver Comic Con 2017! What is the PCC Kids’ Lab, you ask? It’s only 10,000 square feet of pop culture-based educational fun for kids and teens – not to mention the most fun you’ll have all summer long! This year, our Kids’ Lab theme is […]