Back in September, I posted The Best Comic Strips For Students & Teachers — 2010 (And Earlier) and said that I would probably write a “Part Two.”

I do have a few more comics to add, but the main reason I’m writing this post is because I’ve found what seems to me to be the absolute best teacher resource on the web for comics. It’s the last item on this list.

Also, in my previous post, I forgot to include my “The Best…” list that provides tools for students and teachers to create their own comic strips — The Best Ways To Make Comic Strips Online.

Here are my choices for Part Two Of The Best Comic Strips For Students & Teachers — 2010:


When we use punishment as a key part of our classroom management strategy, read this Zits comic strip to see the primary lesson it teaches our students.


Look at this great Dilbert comic today about tests and data.

“Use is not a strategy”

Death By PowerPoint


The Cartoonist Group has a searchable data base for many, though not all, comics.

For example, I searched for “teacher” and next I searched for “responsibility” and came up with a huge number of useful “hits.”

I like this site a lot

Feedback is welcome.

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