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Webinar: Using Comics to Teach STEM

Bring a one-two punch to teaching STEM: text and images teaming up in comics! Join educators and comics creators as they present their specific strategies for teaching STEM topics.

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When: Saturday, October 29, 2016
3:00 PM
Where: Online

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Using Comics to Teach STEM

Thursday, September 29, 2016 *

3:00 p.m. Eastern | 2:00 p.m. Central
1:00 p.m. Mountain | 12:00 p.m. Pacific

Bring a one-two punch to teaching STEM: text and images teaming up in comics! Join educators and comics creators as they present their specific strategies for teaching STEM topics.

Learning Outcomes

  • Design lesson using comic book content to teach various topics.
  • Engage in discussion techniques/strategies to address needs of diverse learners.

Science outcomes and connection to Common Core State Standards & Next Generation Science Standards pdf icon

Who Should Attend

School library professionals and those interested in the topic.


Naseed Gifted is a two-time Glyph Comic Awards and Urban Action Showcase nominee, an educator, engineer and writer from Newark, New Jersey and the Creative Director of PBS Media. Something that was once a childhood hobby has since catapulted into a passion to change the face of comics. He realized that, first, a greater understanding of the complexities of the comic book industry was needed. This led him to an internship with a developing publishing company, as well as enrollment in a series of courses at New York University, including "Writing Graphic Novels and Comics", “Screenwriting” and "Storyboarding and Animatics.” His mission in his graphic expression is to encompass a distinct balance between unprecedented storytelling and exceptional artwork. He is also the founder of New Jersey’s very own Black Comic Book Festival “Khem Comic Fest” and travels across the country as a panelist for Full Spectrum: Why Color in Comics Matters and Using Comics to teach STEM. Published works include self-published sci-fi comic series: P.B.Soldier; Short stories: Occupy Renaissance City and Terrorist Act of 2011; and Director/Writer: P.B.Soldier “The Awakening” Short Film and P.B.Soldier Animated Short.



Attendance during the live webinar is open to all and is complimentary. Access to the webinar archive is available to AASL members as a feature of their membership and subscribers of AASL eCOLLAB. For more information on how to join AASL or subscribe to eCOLLAB, click here.

How to Register

Register through AdobeConnect. On the day of the webinar, log in using the link provided in the confirmation email or via the event login page.

Please note: A seat in the live webinar is guaranteed to the first 100 attendees. As a webinar registrant, you will receive follow up correspondence from AASL.

Tech Requirements

Internet connection and web browser.

Contact Hours

A certificate of participation will be provided to attendees of the live webinar by request. To request a certificate of participation after the webinar, please email Jennifer Habley Certificates will be sent as PDFs via email within one week of the webinar.


Jennifer Habley 
AASL Manager, Web Communications

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