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The World of Instructional Design

Posted on Oct 20, 2014 by Dayana Boutin Last Activity on Oct 21, 2014

This presentation is for students new to Instructional Design. The course will define Instructional Design and the role of an Instructional Designer. You will also learn about Instructional Models used in designing courses. Topics such as Blooms Taxonomy, Learning Theories, and The Multiple Intelligences will also be explored as it relates to Instructional Design. This course is a basic overview and should only be used as a reference.
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Building A Game To Teach Hyperlinks (Beginner)

Posted on Oct 19, 2014 by olivia moran Last Activity on Oct 19, 2014

Project: This resource is a project for beginners or kids.  I use it in my class to teach kids and beginners how to create hyperlinks between pages.  It is a fun activity and it really helps to get the creative juices flowing. Project Task: You are tasked with designing a simple game using basic HTML web pages.  The web pages must be designed in Adobe Dreamweaver.  The purpose of this project is to get you to practice linking pages using hyperlinks.
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Play with fire (Shutter Speed)

Posted on Oct 18, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Oct 18, 2014

Shutter Speed control the amount of action rendered in the photograph.In other words shutter speeds is control the “apparent motion” of things within the image. This is creative control that we can access to. The faster the shutter speed, the sharper the focus on your subject. On the other hand, a slower shutter speed will blur a moving object.This project is focus on how we can create a creative image depending on shutter speed only, without any image manipulate with any digital tools.
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Boat valeting Interactive Newspaper Ads

Posted on Oct 18, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Oct 18, 2014

This is an interactive typography print ads, directed mostly to solve the problem of Newspaper ads inability to achieve attract attention  of readers. Typography is used creatively to emphasize the entire concept and underline the product. The eye of the reader successfully stays with the product through the use of typography sections and open white space.
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Explosion (Shutter Speed)

Posted on Oct 18, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Oct 18, 2014

Shutter Speed control the amount of action rendered in the photograph.In other words shutter speeds is control the “apparent motion” of things within the image. This is creative control that we can access to. The faster the shutter speed, the sharper the focus on your subject. On the other hand, a slower shutter speed will blur a moving object.This project is focus on how we can create a creative image depending on shutter speed only, without any image manipulate with any digital tools.
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Baseball Ineractive Newspaper Ads

Posted on Oct 18, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Oct 18, 2014

This is an interactive typography print ads, directed mostly to solve the problem of Newspaper ads inability to achieve attract attention  of readers. Typography is used creatively to emphasize the entire concept and underline the product. The eye of the reader successfully stays with the product through the use of typography sections and open white space.
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Excitement (Shutter Speed)

Posted on Oct 18, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Oct 18, 2014

Shutter Speed control the amount of action rendered in the photograph.In other words shutter speeds is control the “apparent motion” of things within the image. This is creative control that we can access to. The faster the shutter speed, the sharper the focus on your subject. On the other hand, a slower shutter speed will blur a moving object.This project is focus on how we can create a creative image depending on shutter speed only, without any image manipulate with any digital tools.
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Audi Interactive Newspaper Ads

Posted on Oct 18, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Oct 18, 2014

This is an interactive typography print ads, directed mostly to solve the problem of Newspaper ads inability to achieve attract attention  of readers. Typography is used creatively to emphasize the entire concept and underline the product. The eye of the reader successfully stays with the product through the use of typography sections and open white space.
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Content Visualization with Adobe Illustrator Lesson Plan

Posted on Oct 17, 2014 by Arian Mercado Last Activity on Oct 17, 2014

This lesson plan is intended for faculty staff professional development.  In this training session, participants will apply the basics of Adobe Illustrator and will familiarize themselves with the interface. After completing the session, participants will be able to draw with adobe illustrator using the pen tool and shapes.  They will produce learning content such as creative diagrams, info-graphics explaining certain steps, process, etc.
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Magazine Cover using InDesign

Posted on Oct 17, 2014 by Christel Wilkie Last Activity on Oct 17, 2014

This is a tutorial I developed for my year 11 class last year.  It gives them the opportunity to apply some of the great layout options available in InDesign to create a Magazine cover.   The theme for this magazine is Xtream Sports as my students were mainly teenage boys from 16-17 years old.  The theme could easily be modified to suit whatever interests your clients have.  Just change the assets or get them to source their own.   I have uploaded the step-by-step tutorial as well as the assets folder and working document, all zipped.
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Movie Making Basics with Premiere Pro, Part 1

Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Oct 16, 2014

Make movies for school events and class projects! In this beginner-level session, you’ll learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro to manage assets; make simple edits; change footage speed; add transitions, audio, and titles; and export to common video formats. Premiere Pro is a powerful, customizable, nonlinear video editor that lets you edit your way. In this beginner-level session, technology educator and Adobe Education Advocate Dr. Tim Kitchen will show you how to use Premiere Pro to manage assets; make simple edits; change footage speed; add transitions, audio, and titles; and export to common video formats. Session Recording can be found below.
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Spring into Action with Photoshop

Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by Christel Wilkie Last Activity on Oct 19, 2014

This was a two hour workshop that I did recently with some visiting year 4 and 5 students.  We had a themed arts day and the students created animated GIFS celebrating spring.  Students were given some basic information about gathering resources from Google Images and then proceeded to learn a bit about Photoshop CS6 using layers and the animation timeline.  They used puppet warp to modify shapes and more advanced students also modified colours and added a few gradients. I have uploaded an example on one student's work and the PowerPoint presentation I used to take the students through the process.  You should be able to see the animation if you open it with any web browser.
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Making STEAM: The Role of The Arts in STEM Education, NOVA education

Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by Meghan Michaud Last Activity on Oct 17, 2014

Streamed live on Mar 24, 2014 Meghan Reilly Michaud is a current RISD Trustee, and past Alumni Association President. In addition to her RISD degree, Meghan holds an MEd in Secondary Education, and currently teaches art in Andover, MA. Tune in as NOVA Ed picks Meghan's brain about her experience as an ardent promoter of STEAM— STEM education integrated with the arts.
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Design a Logo with Adobe Illustrator

Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by Zak Johnson Last Activity on Oct 16, 2014

These resources are provided for use with the Up and Running with Adobe Illustrator professional development workshop.
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Save the seven Seas with virtual aquariums - Basic techniques for photomontage in Adobe Photoshop

Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by Dario Copellino Last Activity on Oct 16, 2014

The objective of this lesson is the creation of an animated virtual aquarium. Teacher will provide students with some images representing several kind of fishes to insert onto one / two photos portraying a blank aquarium habitat. Each fish image presents a increasing level of difficulty as regard as the removal of the background from the subject, counted by a score. In short students will be able to compose an image by adding elements coming from other photos; to use the layers palette; to select the correct layer for editing (copy, refining and pasting); to remove background pixels to crop the main subject on the source image in order to past it on the target image. Upon successful completion, students will be able to to cover the functionalities and capabilities listed below: 1) Select portions of images with all the selection tools provided by PS CS3 or better 2) Refine edges 3) Past isolated source images into a target image 4) Refine and enhancing the pasted images with some improvement... Read More
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Representing statistics visually

Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by Duane Erickson Last Activity on Oct 16, 2014

This is a cross-curricular project where students turn statistical data into an easily understood visual representation. Please note that I only provide an example of this assignment. Any lesson plan or grading rubric should be customized to fit the specific needs of your curriculum. In this example, I use US Census Data to create a color coded county map of the state of Idaho representing the percentages of people living below poverty level. 
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Cutting to the chase. Editing techniques that will make YOUR digital films ROCK!

Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by Ian Upton Last Activity on Oct 16, 2014

This stand-alone 90 minute session, derived from a longer 10 week course, is aimed at intermediate Premiere Pro users who we can assume have a basic understanding of the Premiere Pro Application and work-flow. A typical participant will start this session being able to; import footage, edit clips on the time-line (using the Select Tool) and export a movie. It is unlikely participants will have engaged with deeper elements of the application interface and will be unaware of the rich functionality Premiere Pro offers the creative editor. The purpose of this session is to develop critical thinking in relation to film narrative. The session is designed to facilitate a 'eureka moment' where students experience how the tools in Premiere Pro can support critical creativity above and beyond that of a simple edit... The session uses 'Flip Learning Techniques' - where we expect the student to undertake a series of video tutorials providing nuts and bolts training for the application - before attending th... Read More
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Support Red Ribbon Week or other Community Campaign

Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by Janet Cook Last Activity on Oct 16, 2014

Educate your students while you get them involved in decorating the school and its website for Red Ribbon Week or another community campaign. Assign all students to create a project illustrating your school's Red Ribbon Week theme (in the US 2014 Red Ribbon Theme: “Love Yourself. Be Drug Free.”  See website: http://redribbon.org/) or other community campaign.  Students should research the topic and come up with a poster, web page, public service announcement or other use of their media to communicate this theme to their fellow students and community. Students can even create a game or program a presentation using characters if they are in a programming class.  Publicize their work on your school website, newsletter, and, of course, hallway walls.   Emphasize the need for knowing the audience, making sure to use readable text, keeping work G(family)-rated, while having attention-getting features when doing this type of work. Also they should avoid including p... Read More
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