While it may not seem a traditional learning tool, comic creation helps across an array of core subjects and learning objectives. Comics are engaging, fun, and help students take ownership of their learning.
Comic creation gives students flexibility for self-expression, while at the same time unleashing creativity and giving students a new way to demonstrate their learning.
And comics aren’t limited to art and English classes, either. Students can use comic creation to illustrate science concepts, translate historical events into informal stories, and break down complex topics into easily-digestible snippets.
Here are 5 tools teachers might want to investigate for comic creation:
1. Pixton turns students into comic creators. Pixton cures classroom boredom and empowers every student, by unleashing their artistic and writing potential. Give students their join link, and they’ll be off. Student login is simple, teachers get a dashboard to manage students and their work, and Pixton offers content to support curriculum standards.
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