Calling All Guest Bloggers!
If you happen to be doing work you'd like to share with visitors to our site, have insights about recent developments in the use of visual narrative in the classroom, or just feel strongly about the importance of comics in education, we'd be interested in having you write a guest blog for us. We're open to lots of creative and insightful ideas, and would love to feature the work of those who have a particular passion for these disciplines. Perhaps you have great ideas about using the works of a particular graphic novelist in your classroom. Maybe your students have drawn and written comics that really showcase the power of teaching them the visual. Perhaps you've read a comic or graphic novel in the past year that you feel has been undervalued in terms of its pedagogical utility. Whatever it is, we want to hear from you. Not only that, but we want others to as well. So send us a quick note by using our Contact Form. You can either send it to the one that goes to Comics in Education or the one that goes directly to me. You might want to do both, because I've set the electronic forms to thank you as though from a couple of familiar Marvel characters.
At Comics in Education, we want to showcase the work of great writers, artists, and educators. To that end we've established a page called Our Supporters under the About tab. If you would like some free promotion for your great work, and it's in keeping with our vision of being dedicated to visual narrative in education, we would love to be supported and to support you! Other than our home page and some of our blog postings, the supporters page is the most frequently visited! Just visit our Products and Services page for more details!
Comics in Education has been featured recently in a number of interviews and online articles. Here is a link to a couple that you should definitely check out!
Coming soon we'll be featured in The Bridge, the online publication of ISTER, Ltd. and an important resource for families interested in International Education.