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Narrative Chase Scene

Posted on Apr 2, 2014 by Susan Ehrlich Last Activity on Apr 7, 2014

This is a project I wrote for my Video and Animation class. Students study all of the camera angles and shots, then apply them to a narrative chase scene. Since this is a narrative, students must have a clear beginning setup, middle and ending resolution to their scene.
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Quadratic equations - Compare the factoring AC Method and the new Transforming Method

Posted on Feb 17, 2014 by Nghi Nguyen Last Activity on Feb 17, 2014

There are so far 8 common methods to solve quadratic equations in standard form ax^2 + bx + c = 0. They are: graphing method, completing the squares, factoring FOIL method, quadratic formula, the Bluma method, the Diagonal Sum method, the factoring AC Method, and the new Transforming Method. When the given quadratic equation can be factored, the 2 best solving methods are the popular factoring AC Method and the recently introduced Transforming Method. This article generally describes these 2 methods then compare them through specific examples.
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Solving quadratic equations by the quadratic formula in graphic form

Posted on Feb 17, 2014 by Nghi Nguyen Last Activity on Feb 17, 2014

There are so far 8 common methods to solve quadratic equations in standard form ax^2 + bx + c = 0. So, sometimes students are confused to select the best solving method. When the quadratic equation can be factored, the new Transforming Method (recently introduced on Adobe Edu Exchange website) would be the best choice since it can immediately obtain the 2 real roots without factoring and solving the binomials. When the equation can't be factored, the quadratic formula would be the obvious choice. Reminder: there is an improved quadratic formula called "The quadratic formula in graphic form" that may be simpler and easier to remember.
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Solving quadratic equations by the Diagonal Sum Method.

Posted on Feb 17, 2014 by Nghi Nguyen Last Activity on Feb 17, 2014

Studies on solving methods of quadratic equations have been various and diversified. There are so far 8 common solving methods. They are: graphing, completing the square, factoring FOIL method, quadratic formula, the Bluma Method, the Diagonal Sum Method, the improved factoring AC Method, and the new Transforming Method. The Diagonal proceeds through a very different way from other methods. It directly find 2 real roots, in the form of 2 fractions, knowing their sum (-b/a) and their product (c/a). This article explains the concept and practices of this new solving method.
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Solving quadratic equations by the new and improved factoring AC Method.

Posted on Feb 17, 2014 by Nghi Nguyen Last Activity on Feb 17, 2014

So far, the systematic factoring AC Method has been the most popular one to solve quadratic equations in standard form ax^2 + bx + c = 0. However, this method can be considerably improved if we apply the Rule of Signs of a quadratic equations into its solving process. This article generally explains how does the Rule of Signs improve the AC method. When a = 1, the improved method can immediately obtain the 2 real roots without factoring by grouping and solving the binomials.
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Assessment of Creativity

Posted on Feb 16, 2014 by Stephanie Davidson Last Activity on Apr 16, 2014

I enjoyed reviewing techniques about assessing creativity. The workshop was nicely set up and easy to follow.
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The Importance of Video Litereacy - workshop

Posted on Feb 16, 2014 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Feb 17, 2014

Once the domain of those with access to expensive production equipment and skills, these days (thanks to online networking sites like YouTube and Vimeo as well as easily accessible video editing software) video production as become almost as common and essential as word processing. The aims of this presentation/workshop are to: - look at the importance of video as a literacy - teach some basic video capture & editing skills- share lots of resources- demonstrate some best practice in schools
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Five

Posted on Feb 5, 2014 by Matt Cauthron Last Activity on Mar 10, 2014

FIVE is a collaborative project for secondary students. The lesson is deliberately open to interpretation and variation to accommodate various curriculums, ideas, techniques, themes, or approaches to the concept of five. What does 5 mean?What does it mean to you? It could be… * 5 exposures of a photograph* 5 related scenes of a video* 500 words of self-expression* A sculpture in the 5th dimension* A 5 panel drawing * 5 seconds of sound * The 5 senses  * A 5 color painting …or you can shock us with your own surprising interpretation of a work of art about ‘5‘. Email  David.Gran@Saschina.org to participate  Selected images collected from participating schools will be included in a book that will be made available for sale in June 2014. All proceeds from the book will support theJacaranda School for AIDS orphans in Malawi.ORIGINAL STUDENT ARTWORK ONLY DEADLINE = APRIL 1ST!... Read More
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New learning platform launched on the Creative Cloud!

Posted on Dec 12, 2013 by Rita Amladi Last Activity on Mar 10, 2014

Hi all,  I'm excited to announce that Adobe launched a new Learning platform on the Creative Cloud today! It features hundreds of  curated videos on subjects ranging from design, digital imaging, video/audio and web design and publishing. We're proud to offer premium learning content created by experts at Adobe and the leading Creative Cloud video training providers from all over the world.  The best part is that the content is now available freely to all. Come on over and check out the shiny new learning experience waiting for you and your students! We'd love to hear your feedback on the platform and featured content. Cheers, The Creative Cloud Learn team at Adobe
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Customized Lesson Plan

Posted on Nov 13, 2013 by Jean Discorfano Last Activity on Nov 13, 2013

This plan is tailored strictly for  the AYU Summer Camp 2014 web designclass.  Most students enter this coursewith little or no knowledge of most of the programs we use.  A few are familiar with PhotoShop and a fewknow a little about HTML coding.
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Animation - Creative Classroom Activities eSeminar Series

Posted on Nov 6, 2013 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Nov 6, 2013

Session Five of the Creative Classroom Series focussed on tools to support animation in classrooms. Our Presenters and the resources shared are listed below. Bill Gillespie - Animation with Edge AnimateJason Carthew - Animation with Flash - Cell based Animation For all the links for this series, visit our Creative Classroom Activities Pinterest Board
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Visual Literacy - Creative Classroom Activities eSeminar Series

Posted on Oct 29, 2013 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Oct 31, 2013

Session Three of the Creative Classroom Series focussed on tools to support eLearning. Our Presenters and the resources shared are listed below. Henrietta Miller - Earthquake Assessment TaskMegan Townes - Fake Instagram Profile and Photo Pages For all the links for this series, visit our Creative Classroom Activities Pinterest Board
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Educator.com | Adobe Premiere Elements 11 w/ John Snape

Posted on Oct 16, 2013 by Tiffany Lin Last Activity on Oct 16, 2013

Learn Adobe Premiere Elements 11s with Educator.com! Adobe Certified Premiere Pro Instructor John Snape will guide you through the Elements version which focuses on smart and automated options to create professional level results. John's conversational style blends technical information with useful real-world examples to get you up and running in Premiere Elements in no time. The course covers everything from Video Importing and Editing, to Audio/Video Effects and Exporting Movies. The capstone lesson focuses on completing a wedding video project from start to finish. Professor John Snape teaches both Premiere Pro CS6 and Elements 11 professionally, has a degree in Photography and Computer Science, as well as founded his own photography/videography studio.
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Video and Audio Editing - Creative Classroom Activities eSeminar Series

Posted on Oct 15, 2013 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Oct 29, 2013

Session Two of the Creative Classroom Series focussed on Video and Audio Editing. Our Presenters and the resources shared are listed below. Dr Tim Kitchen - Chroma Key with Premiere ProGrant Ward - Podcasting in Audition - Natural Disasters Assessment Task  For all the links for this series, visit our Creative Classroom Activities Pinterest Board
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Adobe Apps for Education

Posted on Oct 8, 2013 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 16, 2014

Adobe Apps for Education provides an introduction to Adobe software applications, helps you learn what you can create, and inspires with ideas for sample projects using these tools.  The document categorizes the types of digital content that you can create with Adobe software applications and identifies which tools are best for creating different kinds of content. Each content category includes sample projects for beginner, intermediate, and expert Adobe users. Some projects include hyperlinks to tutorials on Adobe for Academics, Adobe TV, and the Adobe Education Exchange.  The document also includes an Adobe app glossary to help you easily identify the wide diversity of software applications Adobe offers. This document is published in three different formats: Low resolution interactive PDF file - this version is ideal for sharing digitally or sending over email and includes hyperlinks to tutorialsHigh resolution interactive PDF file - thi... Read More
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Feathers, Fur or Leaves

Posted on Sep 28, 2013 by Suzanne OConnor Last Activity on Jan 8, 2014

This research assignment is for the "Feathers, Fur or Leaves" unit of work aligned with the Australian National Curriculum for Stage 2 (Years 3 and 4). The project could be used as an assessment at the conclusion of the unit of work, incorporating the skills and concepts taught throughout the unit.Students would require some prior knowledge of Premiere Elements. This can be modelled prior to the introduction of the project or used as an explicit teaching exercise to link how the technology would be used to complete the given project - making a "Class Living Things" video.
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Posters with social messages.

Posted on Sep 25, 2013 by pooja garg Last Activity on Sep 25, 2013

I was just browsing on the net when I saw the Adobe Youth Voices Aspire awards 2013 winners. As as I was much interested in the posters so I browsed the particular category and saw some of the students beautiful artwork. They were very inspiring and each poster that I saw was able to speak the creator's mind in itself. There were other categories as well like Animation, Video/Audio Narrative etc. I feel when we want to teach a technique to the students we can show them these examples to give an idea as to what they are going to learn.All those interested can see the following link: http://youthvoices.adobe.com/awards/winners/ Hope you will like them too.
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Adobe Elements 10 - Earthquake Reporter Assessment Task

Posted on Sep 10, 2013 by Henrietta Miller Last Activity on Oct 20, 2013

This assessment task was designed to be given to a stage 3 (year 6) class in Sydney. It assumes the students have a basic understanding of Premiere Elements. It was designed to be given towards the end of a unit of work during which students have completed a series of eight lessons and experiments which covered essential facts, figures and data about earthquakes.  The Task:You are a TV news reporter reporting live from the scene of a recent earthquake. This earthquake is to be one that has occurred over the past five years somewhere in the world. You are to choose an earthquake which has caused damage and effected the lives of people. Using your understanding of earthquakes you are to write and record a one minute news report from the scene. You will record yourself speaking in front of a green screen and merge that report with a slide show and/or video clips to create your own TV news report suitable for viewing on a computer. 
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