Tag: education

5 Comics for a Rainy Day (Each a Different School Subject)

Many families are making new routines and creating new habits to prioritize learning and self-improvement during this stressful time. Within that self-improvement, a lot of the activities kids can still participate in involve going outside with family and getting exercise,…

Get Free Resources for Remote Learning with CBLDF

CBLDF is committed to helping parents, educators, and students turn challenges into triumphs in remote learning situations. Check out all the free resources we have for you to help keep your kids interested and learning, including lesson plans and discussion guides…

Know Your Rights with CBLDF’s Newest Resource!

Comic Book Legal Defense Fund says students and teachers should “Know Your Rights” with this brand new, free printable resource of essential Supreme Court cases about student rights. Designed for easy printing, sharing and posting in classrooms, “Know Your Rights”…

CBLDF’s Comics In Education Survey Reveals Top Comics in Schools & A Broad Embrace of the Format

Portland, Oregon 10/2/2019 — Results of a survey released today by Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, the industry’s leading voice for free speech advocacy and education, offers concrete evidence of what has been long been believed true but unverified: teachers…

New CBLDF Webinar Addressing Barriers to Comics

Developing a Classroom Collection 101: Addressing Barriers to Comics Friday, August 16, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PST  Do you want to develop a comics and graphic novel collection for your classroom or library, but don’t know where…

Adding My Brother’s Husband to Your Library or Classroom

Gengoroh Tagame’s award-winning manga series My Brother’s Husband (Japanese: Otōto no Otto) has been hailed by critics and creators all over the world as a fascinating look at family, homophobia, cultural differences, and grief. Serialized in Japan from 2014 to 2017, the series was…

Using Graphic Novels in Education: Lumberjanes

 Welcome to Using Graphic Novels in Education, an ongoing feature from CBLDF that is designed to allay confusion around the content of graphic novels and to help parents and teachers raise readers. In this column, we examine graphic novels, including those that…

Take CBLDF’s Comics in the Classroom Survey!

Teachers! Help CBLDF help you by taking our new Comics in the Classroom survey! Launching today, CBLDF’s new survey asks teachers to help us understand how they’re using comics in schools, and what new resources they would like to see us…

Re-examine American Born Chinese Before CBLDF’s First Education Webinar with Gene Luen Yang!

On May 23, 2019 at 4:00 pm PDT, educators and librarians are invited to join Gene Luen Yang, the National Book Award-nominated author of American Born Chinese, in a discussion of how comics help teach tolerance and understanding.  Yang will walk participants through such…