Posted on Nov 23, 2013 by Sherman Hoss
Hello, Free Fonts Pro is a website offering more than 13000 free fonts for download, including all kinds of font styles, such as 3D fonts, Animals fonts, Handwriting fonts, Script fonts, Old English fonts, Cartoon fonts, Tattoo fonts, Typewriter fonts, etc. Any one can download the fonts listed there. You may simply make your pc more customized and make your ppt looks more impressive by changing the font style that you are using in your system. You can download as many fonts as you like. All the fonts is free for personal usage but not for commercial usage. You must get permission from the font designer first before using a specific font for commercial purpose. Font designer's contact into can be found on the font detail page or in the txt file included in the zip file you download. You can submit your own fonts as well to share it to our vistors if you are a font designer.
Posted on Nov 23, 2013 by A J Butler
Here's a Calendar that can be printed, cut out and folded to make a 12 sided 'cube'. Created in Adobe Illustrator. Feel free to edit it or just use the pdf version. For future years, just tab and backspace/delete about 50 times to move the dates around. Designed for 8.5x11 but it fits on A4 paper. I often use a thicker paper to print, so the dodecahedron folds better.
Posted on Nov 18, 2013 by Saatvik Arya
In this tutorial Saatvik Arya is going to help you get started with Adobe InDesign. This tutorial will help you create your own newspaper article using Adobe Indesign.
This video will help you understand What is InDesign ? Who uses InDesign ? Why is InDesign Used ? After watching this video you will get to know the layout, workspace and the uses of InDesign.
This video is appropriate for Beginners as well as Professionals
Adobe Indesign CC version for Mac is used.
Although you can use this video for getting started on any Adobe InDesign version ( CS, CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6 )
The same tutorial could be used to get started with Adobe InDesign on Windows just that the users might see different UI on their systems.
Posted on Nov 14, 2013 by Ruben Garza
Something that we always have problems with is you get that one great picture of the class and when you go check the authorization forms, one or two students don't have permission to be pictured online or at school. In this course we will go over ways to remove those students from the picture instead of trying to reenact the picture.
Posted on Nov 12, 2013 by Pip Cleaves
Session Three of the Creative Classroom Series focussed on tools to support eLearning. Our Presenters and the resources shared are listed below.
Henrietta Miller - Photoshop Elements in Primary SchoolGary Poulton - Adobe at Wyndham College
For all the links for this series, visit our Creative Classroom Activities Pinterest Board
Posted on Nov 10, 2013 by Evelyn Zayas
This is a lesson plan for a 50-minute professional development session for teachers to introduce them to basic features of Adobe Acrobat X.
Young student themed template
#2 Pencil themed template
Chalkboard themed template
Young student themed template.
Reading themed template
Valentine's Day themed template
Student with backpack themed template
Army themed PowerPoint template.
Air Force themed template
Baseball themed template
This is an simple, open-ended lesson plan for those who wish to introduce the basics of Photoshop to students, colleagues or any one interested in dabbling with this amazing image editing tool. It starts with the big picture of why we need tools such as Photoshop, then goes on to introduce the user interface, tools and simple functions. Participants then engage with group learning activities to complete simple projects which are further developed with individual practice. The full lesson plan is accompanied with worksheets which you may wish to adapt to suit your individual needs and access to relevant support documents. Please feel free to download and adapt this plan for your next Photoshop workshop.
This lesson was developed for the Adobe Train the Trainer course. It is aimed at literacy instructors teaching Deaf learners in adult upgrading programs.
In the Deaf literacy field there are very few accessible and adult/cultural appropriate materials available. This is why so many instructors must create their own classroom resources. In this workshop we focus on learning where to find free stock photos, and how to edit them for use in our resources.
This is an easy to use collection of websites that I direct teachers to use with their students. It allows kids to easily navigate to different educational games and activities.
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Posted on Oct 25, 2013 by David Egbert
Considering conducting a flipped classroom? This article from from Adobe can put you on the right path.
Article: What is a flipped classroom?
Posted on Oct 25, 2013 by Tim Kitchen
This poll will be presented throughout November 2013 to educators in New South Wales, Australia as a part of the
Creativity, Productivity & Collaboration Enhancing learning through technology roadshow presented by Acer, Adobe, IC Central, Intel, Lenovo & Microsoft.
Click here for more information on the event
Click here for a copy of the poll
The results of the poll will be posted on this site as they come in
This interactive banner shaped object gives users a number of short explanations as to why web 2.0 tools are a valuable part of teaching and learning.
Posted on Oct 13, 2013 by Tammy Moore
This fun little interactive teaches students a handy little trick to use for working out the multiplication by 9s facts.