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Saturday, November 17, 2012
TGC AND RWP COMBINE FORCES
In the last decade, the comics-in-education movement has experienced exponential growth in scholarship, pedagogy and classroom use. Our ex...
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
WICKED NINJA-REVIEW SKILLS
From the Editor The Graphic Classroom began in 2006 in preparation for my Masters degree in Elementary Education. Since then, we have a...
YOUTH LIBRARIAN JOINS TGC WRITING STAFF
While at a conference on comics in education, I ran into Tegan Conner, a youth librarian, who was an avid fan of comic literature who ...
THE FLYING BEAVER BROTHERS AND THE FISHY BUSINESS
By Tegan Conner Staff Writer STORY REVIEW When Ace and Bub wind up in a tree thanks to their new penguin friends, they mak...
MUSH: SLED DOGS WITH ISSUES
By Kevin Hodgson Staff Writer STORY SUMMARY In an isolated part of Alaska, a team of sled dogs lives with two hu...
THE SIGN OF FOUR
By Adrian Neibauer Staff Writer STORY REVIEW The SIGN OF FOUR is a graphic adaptat...
TEACHERS USING COMICS NEEDED FOR PANEL DISCUSSION
The Denver Comic Con is June 15-17. The Graphic Classroom Staff Writer Adrien Neibauer is presenting. He is looking for educators in the...
Saturday, April 28, 2012
By Adrian Neibauer Staff Writer STORY REVIEW Neil Barton is your...
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