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Learning Opportunities for Educators at Comic-Con

Educators and librarians have many options for powering up their learning for free at this year’s Comic-Con, whether you have a badge or not. Below are some highlights.

San Diego County Office of Education at Comic-Con 2022

Jewyl Alderson from the San Diego County Office of Education’s Career Pathways team will highlight opportunities to engage and inspire students in the classroom and beyond in the following sessions: 

Free Sessions at the Library

No Comic-Con badge is required for these free sessions for teachers and librarians and the San Diego Public Library’s downtown location. Educators and librarians can check out the Comic-Con schedule and filter for the Helen Price Reading Room to find relevant sessions. Sign up for these sessions in advance.

Comic-Con Museum STEAM Fair

July 21 to 24: IF/THEN STEAM Squad - Pop-up STEAM Fair

The fair will include hands-on science activities, career talks, a science video game premiere, a STEAM costume contest, photo ops with the ambassadors, and more. All ages welcome. Included with museum entry. 

Have a Badge? Check Out Additional Education Sessions

Filter for “education” on the Comic-Con schedule, and you’ll find a plethora of sessions that support diversity, technology, comics learning, and more. These include First you MARCH, then you RUN July 23, which features collaborators on John Lewis’ graphic novel Run along with a children’s march.

Want to join the Pop-Culture fun year-round? 

Join the Comic-Con educator book club or complete this form to join the educator interest list for future programming at the Comic-Con Museum

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