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Rudes, Jillian – Knowledge Quest, 2022
If you are ready to add a Manga collection to your school library, Rudes offers everything you need to know to get started. Understanding Manga, how this genre connects to reading and literacy, as well as programming, and titles by age group are offered to get you started.
Descriptors: School Libraries, Librarians, Library Services, Library Materials
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Dewi, Sinta Maria; Maftuh, Bunyamin; Sapriya, Sapriya; Syaodih, Ernawulan – Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 2022
The aim of this study was to develop Cartoon Art Learning Media (CALM) to improve children's conflict resolution skill. The research method used was ADDIE (Analysing, Designing, Developing, Implementing and Evaluating) model. The subjects in this study were 27 (first trial) and 43 (second trial) fifth-grade students (with an average age of 11-12…
Descriptors: Cartoons, Instructional Materials, Conflict Resolution, Elementary School Students
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Akcan, Emrullah; Bakir, Kemal Faruk – Research on Education and Media, 2022
Ethnopedagogy is expressed as the information that a society uses in raising children, which develops from the roots of its past. According to ethnopedagogy, education begins in the family, not in school, and continues throughout life in the society. One of these educational channels is cartoons, which have an important place in children's lives.…
Descriptors: Cartoons, Foreign Countries, Cultural Influences, Popular Culture
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Lesser, Lawrence M.; Pearl, Dennis K. – Teaching Statistics: An International Journal for Teachers, 2021
Jokes, cartoons, songs, and games can help engage students in discussion and learning key concepts about hypothesis testing.
Descriptors: Statistics Education, Hypothesis Testing, Teaching Methods, Humor
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Haroldson, Rachelle – Science Teacher, 2021
Graphic novels are everywhere! The popularity of graphic novels is not surprising. They are colorful and engaging, marrying text to images, with diverse characters doing everything from struggling with their tennis game to solving engineering problems to battling villains from the Multiverse. Graphic novels promote both language and scientific…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Novels, Cartoons, Teaching Methods
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Singer, Nermeen – Arab World English Journal, 2022
Incidental learning is a well-known process of acquiring new knowledge, vocabulary, or information without intention. Traditional or intentional learning is widely practiced in classroom environments, while incidental one receives less attention from educators, schools, and scholars. English Language Learners encounter various problems when they…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Vocabulary Development, Cartoons, Teaching Methods
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DeHart, Jason D. – Reading Teacher, 2020
The author draws on previous work in looking at refugee literature and focuses on two different, yet arguably complimentary, examples of marginalized narratives in graphic novels that inservice teachers can use in instruction. "The Nameless City" by Faith Erin Hicks offers a fictional story yet delves into complex issues and themes.…
Descriptors: Refugees, Cartoons, Novels, Teaching Methods
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Shipe, Rebecca – Art Education, 2022
Scholars emphasize how exercising the ability to critically evaluate both sides of an issue can reveal false dichotomies and promote an awareness of common ground among differing perspectives (Journell, 2019; Noddings & Brooks, 2017; Zimmerman & Robertson, 2017). As an art education professor in higher education and former elementary art…
Descriptors: Art Education, Teacher Educators, Cartoons, Personal Narratives
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Latham, Don – Children's Literature in Education, 2022
The framework of visual grammar (Kress and van Leeuwen, 2006, via Serafini, 2014) is used to examine the artwork of Laurie Halse Anderson and Emily Carroll's "Speak: The Graphic Novel," which tells through words and pictures the story of Melinda Sordino, a girl who is raped just prior to beginning her freshman year in high school. Three…
Descriptors: Grammar, Cartoons, Novels, Trauma
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Asef, Pedram; Kalyvas, Christos – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2022
One-dimensional (1-D) demonstrations, e.g., the black-box systems, have become popular in teaching materials for engineering modules due to the high complexity of the system's multidimensional (e.g., 2-D and 3-D) identities. The need for multidimensional explanations on how multiphysics equations and systems work is vital for engineering students,…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Cartoons, Engineering Education, Teaching Methods
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Pearl, Dennis K.; Lesser, Lawrence M. – Teaching Statistics: An International Journal for Teachers, 2021
Jokes, cartoons, songs, poems, and games can be useful ways to engage students in discussion and learning key concepts about regression.
Descriptors: Statistics Education, Teaching Methods, Regression (Statistics), Humor
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Angi, Çigdem Eda – Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 2021
Providing examples suitable for the children's world in the music education given to younger age groups may reinforce the knowledge to be taught. For this reason, cartoons can be utilized for an engaging and fun lesson environment. One of the best examples of this situation is believed to be the short cartoon series Silly Symphony produced by Walt…
Descriptors: Music Education, Teaching Methods, Cartoons, Dance
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Keiser, John D. – Management Teaching Review, 2022
Three staples of management and organizational behavior classes are units on creativity, problem solving, and group decision making. This article presents an experiential exercise in creative problem solving in which the participants attempt to create a cartoon caption both individually and in small groups. The cartoons all come from "The New…
Descriptors: Cartoons, Group Activities, Problem Solving, Creativity
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Hadingham, Oliver – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2022
The two-volume novel "Sinister Street" by Compton Mackenzie (1883-1972), a Scottish writer more famous now for his later comic novels, tends to be overlooked in the list of novels depicting English public school life. The first volume of Mackenzie's novel traces the protagonist's public school career at the nineteenth century's close.…
Descriptors: Authors, Cartoons, Novels, Public Schools
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Lesser, Lawrence M.; Pearl, Dennis K. – Teaching Statistics: An International Journal for Teachers, 2020
Cartoons, songs, poems, and games can be useful ways to engage students in discussion and learning key concepts about correlation.
Descriptors: Learning Activities, Correlation, Teaching Methods, Cartoons
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