At the end of this professional development session K-12 teachers willbe able to demonstrate and further teach their students, using AdobePhotoshop Touch (on iPads), in how to remove unwanted parts and indetail for this session create "cut-out letters" of the alphabet withphotos of student shapes and use them in e.g. Pages for iPad with text wrap.
In this sample journalism course project, you and your students can use this project requirements document and sample assets to collaborate and create a rich, interactive magazine publication for tablet devices using Adobe® InDesign and the Digital Publishing Suite.
This DPS Journalism course project is best suited to an undergraduate project-based learning environment where teams of students take on roles within the production of a digital magazine. These roles could include: writers, photographers, videographers, editors, graphic designers, editorial and creative directors. Students will learn a variety of ways that digital media can be integrated across articles, advertising and social media. They would learn writing, photography and multimedia editing skills, focusing on the relationship between these skills to create a successful interactive story. Students would learn how to report, using a camera, mobile phone or tablet and would gain judgment in which tools and media to... Read More
In this sample art and design portfolio project, you can use this project requirements document and sample assets with your students to collaborate and create a rich, interactive portfolio for tablet devices using Adobe® InDesign and the Digital Publishing Suite.
This Art and Design course project is best suited to an undergraduate project-based learning environment where students produce their own electronic portfolio. Individual student portfolios can be bound together into a collective class portfolio and sorted according to discipline areas.
In this project, students will learn a variety of ways that digital media can be integrated into a digital portfolio. They will craft an artist statement, document their work, apply photography and multimedia editing skills, and bring it all together to create a visually-rich, interactive portfolio for tablet devices.
Creating electronic portfolios will help students acquire and develop skills in: ... Read More
Posted on Nov 20, 2013 by Gary Poulton
An overview of the success / achievements of Year 12 Visual Art students using Adobe products at Wyndham College.
Posted on Nov 20, 2013 by Eva Hahn
An activity for students to complete that will help them understand the difference between design elements and principles. After the lesson have the students create this poster using Illustrator or Fireworks.
Posted on Nov 20, 2013 by Gary Poulton
An Overview of the success and achievements of our Visual Art students. A success wholly dependent on access to Adobe tools.
Posted on Nov 18, 2013 by Mike Skocko
Instructions for installing and utilizing Game On, a WordPress plugin that transforms an ordinary blog into a gamified curriculum delivery system for educators.
Game On is free and open source: Download from GitHub
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Installation and UpdatingNecessary SettingsAssignments as Quests Collecting and Displaying DataData Collection via User ProfileNew videos will be added as they're recorded and uploaded.
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Make your Facebook cover photo as unique as you are. This Adobe Photoshop tutorial will help you turn a pretty good photo into an amazing one.
Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to make a photo collage that stands out from the crowd.
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Use the t-shirt template in Adobe Illustrator to create cool shirts for your college club, team, organization, special event—or just for fun.
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Use Adobe Acrobat to create your own PDF form for any information you need to collect, from course registration to classroom projects.
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