The Comics Studies program at SFSU invites Bay Area educators to join us for a round of events to learn how to incorporate comics into your classrooms! This two-day event includes a keynote from award-winning cartoonist Gene Yang, a hands-on workshop to get a feel for making comics and activities to try with students, and a panel with educators putting comics into practice in their different classrooms! Join us Friday January 22 and Saturday January 23 for this free online event! See the detailed schedule here.
Learn more about each of our presenters below:
- Gene Luen Yang keynote
- Nick Sousanis
- Trevor Getz
- Tyler Cohen
- Jaye Gardiner
- Rachelle Cruz author of Experiencing Comics
- Jim Gilligan (Jeopardy Champion on Alex Trebek’s final episode!)
- Poster & Live Sketchnoting of the event by Carmen Liu!
RESOURCES from our Presenters for you!
- Trevor Getz:
- World History Project Video How To Decode a Graphic Biography
- Worksheets on getting started with Graphic Histories (PDF)
- World History Project List of Graphic Biographies
- Nick Sousanis
- Education Resources on my site (syllabi, activities, student examples, and much more)
- Readings & Resources I compiled for Teaching Your Own Comics Class
- Grids & Gestures – comics making activity, instruction & examples; Journal Article on Grids & Gestures
- My chapter “Thinking in Comics: All Hands on in the Comics Classroom” (PDF)
- Sketch of Workshop PDF
- Carmen Liu – sketchnotes from the event
This event is made possible by a grant from the SFSU College of Liberal and Creative Arts
With support from the OER Project