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Flipped Learning for Your Classroom

Create exciting and engaging flipped learning content with Adobe Spark.

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Create Digital Images with Your Class

Learn and teach the basics of creative imaging with Adobe Photoshop.

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Design Fun Apps with Your Students

Learn and teach the basics of user experience design with Adobe XD.

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Make Posters with Your Students

Create beautiful digital posters with Adobe Spark.

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Classroom Video on Mobile

Learn and teach the basics of mobile video with Adobe Premiere Rush.

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Certifying Adobe Skills in Your Classroom

Learn the basics of incorporating ACA accreditation into your curriculum.

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Adobe Apps for Education

Adobe Apps for Education provides an introduction to Adobe software appl…

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Video Book Trailers

After reading a book, students use Rush CC and video-enhancing featu…

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Let's get writing! Short writing activities using Sp…

These writing activities were designed by Dominic Traynor, a for…

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How'd You Solve That?

Students create a Spark Post graphic to represent their mathematical thi…

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Writing in the Social Sciences: Historical Cam…

In this assignment, students research and write about a social, historical c…

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Using Cinemagraphs to Teach Composition and Digital Rhetoric

After completing the Cinemagraphs course in the Creative Classroom Series, I spent some time thinking about how I might be able to use cinemagraphs in a higher education classroom setting. I settled on having students make a cinemagraph and then analyzing and reflecting on their process in writing, paying particular attention to how the design of their cinemagraph addresses concerns of digital rhetoric--especially visual design and audience awareness. This project offers a fun and fairly simple way to introduce students to basic visual design principles while asking them to consider the needs and expectations of an outside audience. While I had a higher ed classroom in mind for this project, I think it could be easily adapted for secondary students. Watch the video here for more informa ...

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Elements and Principles of Art + Design - In-class Wr…

This in-class response is the second in this series, used to build student un…

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Creating a Mandala

This lesson will guide you & your students on how to create a Manda…

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Animation Careers & How to Present

This lesson allows students to collaborate and research various jo…

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QSITE Creativity Conference Resources - G…

This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during the Creati…

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Social Impact Video - with Adobe Premiere Rush CC

With this lesson plan you'll be guided through tips and tricks to get starte…

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Stencil Message for T-Shirt Design

I saw a photograph somewhere my social media stream and wondered how easy it would be to recreate using Adobe Illustrator. We’ll learn a new technique, an object envelope, to distort the letters. Envelopes are objects that distort or reshape selected objects. The resulting image can be shared online, screen printed or printed out for a t-shirt heat press.

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Technology Teacher, Caloundra State High School