A creative student cosplay marked the start of Pop Culture Classroom workshops at Rock Canyon HS in Littleton, Colorado. Read on to learn the story.
Check out breathtaking, student-created comics made using our Storytelling Through Comic curriculum.
“Accessibility in Video Games” is a new, four-page comic and teaching guide that explores issues millions of Americans with disabilities may face when playing video games, and how the video game industry is addressing those issues.
Pop Culture Classroom, in collaboration with the Lafayette Public Library, is thrilled to announce the upcoming Lafayette Mini-Con event, a no-cost day of creative inspiration, pop culture learning, and family-friendly fun.
This summer, Pop Culture Classroom's team of artists and instructors taught 12 amazing summer camps, reaching more than 160 students throughout the Denver Metro area.
Pop Culture Classroom’s programs at FAN EXPO Denver have always been special. This year, our team took it to the next level with an awesome weekend of inspiration, creativity, learning, and fun.
By tapping into the media students are already familiar with and excited about, pop culture can bridge the learning gap and help students succeed in the classroom and beyond!