POSTER: Multiple Intelligences in Comics Ed

HI — I no longer update this page ~ for current posts of MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES in COMICS ED, see the NEW COMICS WORKSHOP site… ~ Marek

Here’s a pair of multiple intelligences posters I designed for the NECAC anthology earlier this year…

 

As with other COMICS WORKSHOP posters, I’m posting these w/ my permission to reproduce them as you see fit, provided you maintain the attribution & copyright notice (and website URL) on them.

I also really appreciate it if you email me & let me know where/when/how you use them!


AND ALSO:
Psst!  Teachers!  You might appreciate this:
“CURRICULUM COMICS #4: Multiple Intelligences”
(a comic book by my friend Andrew Wales)


NH Constitution: Article 83

Article 83 of the NH Constitution addresses literature & the arts in education (as well as corporations, trade, monopolies & other items).   This comics adaptation presents the first half of the article.  Please post it in your classroom, & share it with your friends & state legislators!
(
See also: Full text of HB 39, which in 2011 attempted to REMOVE arts & other subjects from the required public school curriculum!)

NH CONSTITUTION: ARTICLE 83
Downloads: ~ small JPG (online use) ~ large JPG (online or print use) ~ Fullsize PDF (print use)

NOTE: Permission is granted to distribute these comics for educational & advocacy purposes, as long as you maintain the copyright notice & credit Marek Bennett, with a link to www.marekbennett.com from any online use.

NH_Constitution-Article_83-11x17-BORDER-SMALL
Read the rest of this entry »


Comics in the (Currier) Museum

Photos from Saturday’s “Comics in the Museum” workshop, where students explored the fabulous collections of Manchester’s Currier Museum of Art, and then created comics based on works by Picasso, Matisse, Dutch masters, anonymous 16th-century weavers, glass blowers, and more!

We’ll try to post some student artwork in the near future…


Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 69 other followers