Kumoricon Review (Presenting), Part 2

By: Peggy Sue Wood | @pswediting Hi, Everyone! Last week I discussed my attendee experience at 2022’s Kumoricon. However, now I’d like to discuss my experience with presenting. The deadline for submitting the panel application was around the end of the summer season. This felt pretty standard to me, as most calls for panels, papers, and other forms of submission are often called a season or two … Continue reading Kumoricon Review (Presenting), Part 2

Recommended Reads for Using Comics In The Classroom

By: Peggy Sue Wood | @peggyseditorial​ / @pswediting I’ve been thinking a lot about comics in education lately. Partially because, as I’m writing this in March to prepare for my April/May hiatus, I’ve been preparing to present on the subject in a classroom and at a convention, but also because we’ve done several recommended watches on the subject here at The Anime View.  I’m really … Continue reading Recommended Reads for Using Comics In The Classroom

Recommended Watch: “Show Me History: How To Create A Successful Nonfiction Graphic Series”

By: Casea Smith | @coffewithkrow  We have recommended many panels that explain the benefits of graphic novels being used as an educational tool for children. This panel seems like it will be just the same, however, I feel that it has an interesting perspective as it comes from the creators themselves. They explain the process of taking books worthy of research and condensing it into … Continue reading Recommended Watch: “Show Me History: How To Create A Successful Nonfiction Graphic Series”

Comic-Con@Home 2021 – Content through Comics: Teaching STEM and Humanities with Graphic Novels – Recommended Watch

Credit: Casea Smith | @coffeewithkrow​ About the Event Date: 22 July 2021 | Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ds25MLekkPM&feature=emb_imp_woyt&ab_channel=Comic-ConInternational Panel Description: Combining the learning benefits of visualization with the power of storytelling, high-quality graphic novels make both STEM and humanities subjects more accessible and engaging for all students, particularly students who may not see themselves as scientists, engineers, or historians. We’ll discuss how the comics medium is perfectly suited … Continue reading Comic-Con@Home 2021 – Content through Comics: Teaching STEM and Humanities with Graphic Novels – Recommended Watch