Tuesday, March 13, 2007


Last year I did some work for a non-profit called CAST Inc. that develops technology to be used in education. I'm very excited to be able to go give a talk at their offices tomorrow, which only reminded me that I've kept forgetting to blog about them since I started this whole thing!

One of the projects I did for them involved making two separate "comics" that teach how photosynthesis works. One was a narrative version and one was expository. I'm not allowed to reproduce them in full, but here are clips of both of those works:

Educational comics on photosynthesis

Relatedly, I'll try to post on my thoughts about comics and education sometime soon. Next week is spring break, so hopefully I can get a smidgeon of a breather enough to write something up.


Anonymous said...

Awesome cartoon! fun and it clears up the basics of photosynthesis

Unknown said...

Wow!!I enjoyed the comic.Makes teaching and learning fun filled.Thankyou.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant! Really made learning about photosynthesis more interesting and fun for the children in my class. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

A great resource thank you x