Make comics to prompt writing, assess understanding, teach summarizing, or as digital storytelling. Looking for an alternative to a quiz or an assignment of boring vocabulary definitions written on notebook […]
THE BEST WAYS TO MAKE COMIC STRIPS ONLINE The article was written by Larry Ferlazzo, who is a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA. Applying the Triple E Framework Larry […]
Tech Tool of the Month: Make Beliefs Comix — Part 1 The two-part article was written by Melissa Henning, who is is the Educational Content Manager for Source for Learning, […]
Last month I outlined five ideas for using comics in your classroom. One of those ideas included having students tell stories from their lives outside of school. Continuing on that […]
Teacher Review for Make Beliefs Comix Easy to Implement, Creative Tool Makes Students Believe in Their Power as Beginning Writers Jennifer V.Classroom teacherGallego Basic Elementary SchoolTucson, United States Make Beliefs […]
Free Technology for Teachers has published an article about how MakeBeliefsComix.com can be effectively used in the classroom this new school year. It is titled ”Five Ways to Use Comics […]
A new book has been published titled ”’Late Boomers: Inspiring stories about people who’ve done life-changing things later in life” and which includes a chapter about Zimmerman, creator of MakeBeliefsComix.com, and his efforts […]
The New York Times says MakeBeliefsComix even encourages students to create their own visual pandemic diaries.
By J.D. Biersdorfer Even if you can’t draw a stick person, you can still express yourself and tell stories through the time-honored tradition of sequential art. Got a tale to […]
AARP Magazine features Bill Zimmerman, the creator of MakeBeliefsComix.com, in its June/July 2019 issue. The article traces his efforts to build this educational resource now used around the world. Says […]
Brain & Life magazine article about how MakeBeliefsComix.com is used to help children with special needs.
WELLNESS AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2019 SARAH WATTS For Kids with Special Needs, Creating Comics Helps Communication Sharon Eilts, a special education teacher in Sunnyvale, CA, has given her low-functioning students, some of whom […]