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“Where did you learn all this?”

By Andrew “Drew” Reynolds, Classroom Teacher and Pop Culture Classroom Volunteer I have been a teacher for almost twenty years. I’ve been a volunteer with Pop Culture Classroom for 10…and counting. Tomorrow is Colorado Gives…

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Using Tabletop Role-Playing Games for Social Emotional Learning 

This fall, Pop Culture Classroom piloted a new workshop on building character — and characters! — using Dungeons & Dragons™ and other tabletop role-playing games. By Rachel Brazell with Chris Burley November 29, 2022  It’s hard…

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Donate to Pop Culture Classroom for Colorado Gives Day

Colorado Gives Day is Tuesday, December 6. Give where you live and help inspire, educate, and connect Colorado kids using the comics, games, and the pop culture they love.   Make Your Colorado Gives Day Donation…

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Kid-Created Cryptids

Cryptids are creatures — such as the Loch Ness monster and Sasquatch — which may or may not be real. Kids at Pop Culture Classroom’s PopUP Denver 2022 had a chance to learn about well-known…

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Pop Culture Classroom Announces New Executive Director

Matt Hess Takes the Helm of Denver Arts and Education Group (Denver, CO — Sept. 28, 2022) — The Board of Directors and Staff for Pop Culture Classroom today announced the Colorado organization’s new Executive…

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Pop Culture Classroom Announces 10/16 Family Event

Event Will Feature Two Floors of Family-Friendly Attractions (Denver, Sept. 12, 2022) — The Denver-based arts and education nonprofit Pop Culture Classroom today announced its latest community event: PopUP Denver 2022. Taking place on Sunday,…

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Boulder Kids Design Games During PCC Summer Camp

Have you ever wanted to create your own board game? Kids attending Pop Culture Pop Culture Classroom’s Game On! Camp at the Museum of Boulder last week got the chance to just that as they…

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2022 Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards Finalists Announced

Each year, the Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards celebrate the best in fiction and nonfiction graphic novels and comics. Finalists and winners are selected using a clearly defined and transparent process by juries and an advisory board comprised of diverse and informed professionals whose experiences span publishing, libraries, and education. 

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Applications Open for Educators’ Day and Educational Programming at Fan Expo Denver

Education Nonprofit Pop Culture Classroom Invites Educators and Community Presenters! Starting today, teachers, librarians, and other educators can sign up for a free day of pop culture immersion and professional development at Pop Culture Classroom’s…

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Opportunities for Student Groups & Community Partners at Fan Expo Denver 2022

Today Pop Culture Classroom opened applications for student groups and community partners to get involved with the Denver-based education and community nonprofit’s programs at FAN EXPO Denver, July 1-3 at the Colorado Convention Center.

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Nominations for the 2022 Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards Open Today!

“Our fifth EGL Awards is going to be special,” said Adam Kullberg, Interim Executive Director at Pop Culture Classroom. “We’re bringing back an in-person celebration — and, for the first time, offering readers a chance to vote on their favorite EGL Awards nominees.”

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5 Science Fiction Recommendations for the Classroom

Students can learn history and context through the imaginative visions of some of the genre’s best-known creators with these five science fiction classroom recommendations.

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Trading Card Games as a Learning Tool

Trading card games like Pokémon can offer more than entertainment. They can also help promote social emotional learning and concrete educational outcomes for students.

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Share Your Feedback and Bring Pop Culture to Your Classroom

Talk to us! Each year, we provide direct services to hundreds of students and educators in Colorado and beyond. Pop Culture Classroom will use your feedback to shape our work to promote literacy, creative self-expression, and inclusive communities through pop culture. 

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