Teaching STEM/STEAM with Graphic Novels
Recorded April 29, 2021 Our panel of experienced educators, librarians, and publishers—Dr. Shari Brady, Tracy Edmunds, Jim Ottaviani, C.A. Preece—shared insights on their discovery process and results from using graphic novels to teach STEAM ...
Graphic Novels in the Classroom: Building Librarian - Teacher Partnerships
Recorded March 25, 2021 Our panel of experienced educators—Shannon Live, Kaitlyn Roach, Dr. John Weaver—shared their insights on how they work with graphic novels in the classroom, how they demonstrate their impact on learning, and how they partner ...
Engaging Accelerated & Reluctant Readers
Recorded February 25, 2021 Our panel of experienced educators—Jesse Karp, Shveta Miller, Julie Ann Price, Susannah Richards, Ph.D., Jana Tropper—discussed their process for using comics to support readers of different abilities, how they partner with ...
Graphic Novel Collection Development for School Libraries
Graphic Novel Collection Development for School Libraries Recorded January 27, 2021 K.C. Boyd, Joy Harvey, Angie Mahalik, and Cait Zaksheske discuss how to successfully integrate comics, graphic novels, and manga into your collection development ...
What You Should Know About Comics, Graphic Novels, and Manga in Classrooms
Recorded November 24, 2020 Karen Gavigan, Christina Taylor, Kat Kan, and Esther Keller discuss how the comics medium works and why it has become so popular, particularly amongst younger readers. They answer the questions librarians and educators ...
Developing Empathy with Comics & Graphic Novels
Recorded October 27, 2020 This free webinar features Jerry Craft, Tracy Edmunds, Grace Ellis, Talia Hurwitz, Rossie Stone, and Anthony Zuiker discussing their unique perspectives on the process of developing empathy with comic books & graphic novels. ...