Creative Entrepreneurship

I had the chance to teach in a creative entrepreneurship class at UNC-Greensboro on Monday. Visiting students who are putting together business plans for their arts and creative business ideas always thrills me, even though I know that most of the businesses remain just that: ideas. Last year, one of the best ideas was for a small

Comics in the Classroom, Round 2

Friends, the final version of this article was published at: http://www.learnnc.org/Index.nsf/doc/comics0703?OpenDocument. This version is still missing a wee bit of content. >>Another draft of this article. Some images missing. Again, if you have meaningful comments, do it up. Comics in the Classroom Comic books. You’re probably thinking about Superman or Spider-Man. Batman or Wonder Woman.

Comics in the Classroom

Comics in the Classroom Comic books. You’re probably thinking about Superman or Spider-Man. Batman or Wonder Woman. Maybe cheap, cheesy horror stories, pirate adventures, or some other muscle-bound, spandex-clad crusader whose first response is a strong punch. You’re probably not thinking about your classroom right now. You should be. Comics in Culture A recent explosion