Welcome to Comic Tools

A place to help students tell stories in a digital, engaging way.

A place to help teachers find alternative forms of assessment.

A place to support differentiated instruction.

A place to support research based instructional strategies, such as nonlinguistic representation.

A place to support brain-based instructional strategies, creating learning "events" rather than rote processes.

A place to have FUN WITH LEARNING!

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Created and Compiled by Michael Fisher http://digigogy.com

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