Adobe Generation Professional: Digital Creativity in the Classroom
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Digital Creativity in the Classroom
A brief online course for educators, designed to put you in a different class.
Whether you’re looking to sharpen your skills and learn new techniques to inspire a new generation of creative minds, or become part of the digital revolution yourself, this is the course for you.
By attending and graduating from this online professional learning course, you'll being to develop your digital media skills and teaching techniques that set you apart from the crowd.
Discover how to control digital images, create an artistic digital collage, piece together simple animations, produce short digital videos and publish work on a website using the latest Adobe tools.
All the content you produce will be based upon creating classroom resources to model good practice within your own school or college. Each week of the course will introduce you to a new theme and an industry expert from the world of digital design. As a result, you’ll become more confident with cutting-edge digital tools, more effective as a teacher and more of an inspiration to your students.
The course blends online learning and live online classes over a five week period. The live classes are all recorded and can be viewed at times to suit but we advise you to attend live in order to add your voice to the educational debate and really get the most from the learning community. Each week we will introduce a new creative industry expert, hear from outstanding teachers and learn about the key Adobe tools required to ensure digital literacy.
"Brilliant tools and ideas partnered with great pedagogical advice and thought provoking content" Teacher and Adobe Generation participant April 2013
- Course Opens, Pre-Work Begins: September 29th, 2013
- First Live Course Meeting on Adobe Connect: October 9th, 2013
- Last Day to Submit Work: November 16th, 2013