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The Comic Studio
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My courses help to build the 5 Cs - creativity, collaboration, communication, critical thinking and character. Whether your kids are home-schooled or attend public/private school, this arts-based workshop will benefit your child. It uses a comic book to teach life skills on dealing with bullying, build self-awareness and self-confidence, that they can practice in daily interactions and take with them through life. Gary is based on a real person who is a 4-sport champion. The stories...
Learning Objectives for students: • Equip children with knowledge and skills for dealing with bullying. • Educate them about prejudice and discrimination, diversity and its relationship to bullying. • Build citizenship, community awareness and engagement skills.
Bullying continues to be a major issue for young people - children and youth. I have been offering these workshops in-class to kids in schools and community centers. Materials have been approved by School Board curriculum reviewers. Comics have long been a medium for telling stories to teach, educate, inform and entertain. This workshop uses the comic book form as a pedagogical tool to create engaging content to promote learning and retention – educating while entertaining. The workshop is interactive, participatory and creates a safe space for discussion of issues of bullying, discrimination, diversity and inclusion, and also allows artistic self-expression for kids.
We ask for volunteers to read different parts. However, no one if forced to read. In addition, they are provided with the option to read a part with a couple of lines.
Materials required by student - Pencil and eraser - Colour pencils/crayons - Drawing paper Materials from teacher - Exercises (uploaded to Outschool for enrolled students) - Gary's Global Heroes Battle Bullying Comic book to be viewed online through teacher - Superhero certificate provided to students after completing the workshop (via Outschool)
Learning Assessment: Assessment of learning by the teacher is formative as students participate and complete exercises.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Attendance policy: All classes will begin on time as long as there is at least one learner in the classroom. If 10 minutes after start time there are no students in the class, the teacher will exit the classroom. If the student will be a few minutes late, please let me know.
Aaron A. Weiss
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
3 total reviews
9 completed classes
I have been involved in the media industry since the age of 13 and I was one of the youngest television producers in the world. I have been a journalist, TV/radio announcer, wrestling promoter, film-maker, and college instructor. In the 1990's,...