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Using Comics in the Classroom

April 3, 2012

Source: pixton.com

Pixton is a great software for making simple comic strips that I have found students love in the classroom. Here is an example of how I used Pixton and Screencast for a discussion board post in one of my classes. I received lots of positive feedback from students. Students in online classes crave as much creative interaction as they can get, remember it is up to us teachers, facilitators and professors to expand their universes! 🙂

http://www.screencast.com/t/xN1Lq6M4dO8

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