Browse below to see anything Concept Cartoons related; there are courses, resources, projects etc included in this list. Click on the '(Read more..)' links to see the full item description.
Research into Concept Cartoons began in 1992, shortly after Brenda Keogh and Stuart Naylor conceived the strategy for presenting alternative concepts to learners. Their research has focused on the effectiveness of Concept Cartoons in engaging learners, promoting argumentation, helping learners to develop their ideas and formative assessment. Findings indicate that the strategy has a significant impact in relation to all of these in a range of contexts.
Bundle containing a book of 130 black and white A4 photocopiable Concept Cartoons and a fully interactive CD covering the main areas of mathematics.
Book containing REVISED versions of the original 120 black and white photocopiable Concept Cartoons covering the main areas of science, plus ideas for follow up activities and background science for all the concepts covered.
Concept Cartoons – Talking sport and fitness from Millgate House Education.
Bundle containing a book of 120 photocopiable Concept Cartoons and a fully interactive CD covering the main areas of science.