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What impact has this workshop series had upon the way you view creativity in the classroom?

To complete your assignment for Workshop 3, respond to the following question:

What impact has this workshop series had upon the way you view creativity in the classroom?
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This is discussion is part of the Adobe EdEx Professional Learning Course: Getting Started with Adobe in the Classroom

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Ahmed Belal

Posted on 10/30/18 9:56:48 PM Permalink

Great resource, thanks for providing.

The impact has this workshop series had upon the way you view creativity in the classroom is using spark and other Adobe app to help in classrooms

Jose Gomes Ferreira

Posted on 10/16/18 11:16:47 AM Permalink

Encouraging students to produce multimedia content reflecting on their own learning and learning more about how I can do it better using Spark resources was undoubtedly the one that had the most impact on me in these workshops.

hend gamal

Posted on 10/15/18 9:12:17 AM Permalink

​nowadays, it became important to teacheres to keep up with technology to help their students .

22 smith

Posted on 10/14/18 2:59:18 AM Permalink

​This process has opened up my curriculum to explore the latest Adobe online resources and it is driving conversation at our PD meetings. Exciting to see this happening at our traditional site and amazed how easy it is to have faculty buy into the platform.

hend gamal

Posted on 10/15/18 9:12:51 AM Permalink

​I agree with you.

chris Janssen

Posted on 9/24/18 1:25:51 PM Permalink

​Getting all the teachers involved that will be my biggest challenge.

So that we can implement this in all the curriculea

22 smith

Posted on 10/14/18 3:00:44 AM Permalink

I had to go after the department heads first and then let them present it out...gave them the sage-on-the-stage moment with their peers.​

Ahmed Belal

Posted on 10/30/18 9:57:38 PM Permalink

Great job, keep on, Goodluck

hend gamal

Posted on 10/15/18 9:11:10 AM Permalink

​that is right.

Lisa McLeodSimmons

Posted on 9/24/18 1:29:21 AM Permalink

Encouraged me to think outside the box, to be creative in how I teach, I encourage creativity in my students.

Leigh Nance

Posted on 9/23/18 12:20:21 AM Permalink

​I think this workshop provides ways for creativity to cross over all curriculum areas and engage students.

Lisa McLeodSimmons

Posted on 9/24/18 1:30:28 AM Permalink

Good point​

hend gamal

Posted on 10/15/18 9:13:41 AM Permalink

​yes , it makes teaching rich.

Ahmed Belal

Posted on 10/30/18 9:58:28 PM Permalink

hope to see what you did, Thanks​

Ilya Verner

Posted on 9/11/18 1:29:57 AM Permalink

I have increased my understanding of the compilation of an algorithm for presentations of different orientations. Improved knowledge of Adobe Spark. In the future, this will help introduce the class activity and more efficiently.

22 smith

Posted on 10/14/18 3:01:52 AM Permalink

Totally agree with you statement on Spark and other apps that are taking over in the "ease of use" category.​

Edward Benesh

Posted on 8/26/18 3:28:32 AM Permalink

The most salient point this workshop has driven home for me is that all of my classes can benefit from creative use of technology.

22 smith

Posted on 10/14/18 3:02:36 AM Permalink

Great response and I hope more instructors climb on board to this transformative way of learning.​

Amelia Bell

Posted on 8/24/18 1:51:49 AM Permalink

​I was able to learn about some amazing free and easy to use Adobe Apps.

Edward Benesh

Posted on 8/26/18 3:28:53 AM Permalink

I agree. ​

Michael Slater

Posted on 8/23/18 6:14:39 PM Permalink

​I have learnt about some Adobe tools that I was not familiar with. I am going to try Adobe Spark with my students to prepare a "book trailer" This workshop has had a great impact on me with regards as to how I look at creativity. It has opened up a whole new avenue of ideas.

Lisa McLeodSimmons

Posted on 9/24/18 1:30:55 AM Permalink

Interesting points

brenda yarbrough

Posted on 8/19/18 7:51:56 PM Permalink

Learning a little about the many Adobe tools that I have not taken advantage of has inspired me to check them out. I have had access to several of these for years, but did not really know what they were, or how to utilize them. ​

Michael Slater

Posted on 8/23/18 6:15:37 PM Permalink

I think I am in the same boat as you are. I discovered a lot about the tools on this course. ​

Edward Benesh

Posted on 8/26/18 3:29:35 AM Permalink

I totally agree. Who knew there was so much available and many of them for free.

Lisa McLeodSimmons

Posted on 9/24/18 1:31:07 AM Permalink

Well done.​

Brandy Kesl

Posted on 8/16/18 8:05:48 PM Permalink

This workshop has impacted me on how I view creativity in classroom by showing me the tools that Adobe has to offer. I feel inspired and ready. The tutorials and lesson plans are helpful ways to bring technology and creativity into the classroom that will help to teach and engage my students.


brenda yarbrough

Posted on 8/19/18 7:50:24 PM Permalink

Awesome lesson plans. I will be using these immediately. ​

Michael Slater

Posted on 8/23/18 6:15:59 PM Permalink

I totally agree with you!​

Edward Benesh

Posted on 8/26/18 3:29:50 AM Permalink

Totally agree. ​

Jessica Robinson

Posted on 8/9/18 3:42:46 PM Permalink

I have found myself using the same tools over the years. This has course has allowed me to be much more innovative with creating more engaging lessons.

brenda yarbrough

Posted on 8/19/18 7:51:08 PM Permalink

​I also have gotten in rut using the same tools from year to year. Time to spice it up.

Michael Slater

Posted on 8/23/18 6:16:39 PM Permalink

Very true! It has got me out of my rut. ​

Michael Muhme

Posted on 8/9/18 1:54:07 AM Permalink

​The biggest impact I've had from this course is finding better ways to encourage sensible risk taking and collaborative creations. Several of the projects required critical thinking / analysis and an iterative process to successfully complete.

Jessica Robinson

Posted on 8/9/18 3:44:18 PM Permalink

Michael, I agree with your phrase of sensible risk-taking. The tasks aren't so out of the box that you fear trying.

Amelia Bell

Posted on 8/24/18 1:53:48 AM Permalink

I agree!

Heather Brady

Posted on 7/22/18 9:03:42 PM Permalink

​I haven't always considered myself to be a very creative person. However, over the years I have developed my creativity and continue to grow in that area...I hope to help my students believe that our creativity is not finite, it is something they can tap into, develop and continue to grow. The tools I have worked with in this workshop I think will engage my students in different ways whether it be through how I engage them in learning or or how they share their understanding with the teacher. I hope they will see that these tools can be used in other classes as well. Creativity is not synonymous with artistic, I think sometimes students feel they cannot create a good project because they are not artistic, these products give students a number of ways to be creative without being a great artist.

Jessica Robinson

Posted on 8/9/18 3:46:13 PM Permalink

Heather, that was me growing up and it has translated into adulthood. I even find myself making something as simple as a flier because I don't deem myself as artistic.

Ahmed Belal

Posted on 10/30/18 9:59:05 PM Permalink

good job, Good luck​

brenda yarbrough

Posted on 8/19/18 7:51:46 PM Permalink

Adobe tools allow even those who don't feel as creative to be creative through the use of templates.​

Caroline Godbey

Posted on 7/21/18 6:01:41 PM Permalink

​I feel like this workshop has given me permission to allow my students to experiment more and to not worry if I don't have all the answers for the problems they encounter. I've learned that it is okay for my students to be talkative or messy when they are creating and that they can learn from their own mistakes and their classmates mistakes.

Heather Brady

Posted on 7/22/18 9:07:47 PM Permalink

Well said Caroline. I think in the world of today's students they have all the answers at their fingertips with technology. But the skills of experimentation, troubleshooting problems, making mistakes and learning from them​ are all important skills that they need to practice and I think you make a good point that this workshop allows a teacher to be a bit less structured and let the students figure it out on their own.

Michael Muhme

Posted on 8/9/18 1:57:08 AM Permalink

Solid observation on the difference today between learning knowledge and learning to create knowledge. As educators, we probably should be spending more time helping our students learn to create otherwise they are just competing with technology (and history shows technology usually wins)

Jessica Robinson

Posted on 8/9/18 3:47:56 PM Permalink

Yes, Caroline! In my current role, I love that my supervisor allows me to embrace my mistakes and grow. Our students need to know mistakes are ok.

Amelia Bell

Posted on 8/24/18 1:54:24 AM Permalink

Exactly! It's okay to get messy and make mistakes!​

Joylynn Gonzales

Posted on 7/21/18 12:55:28 AM Permalink

I always thought that technology in the classroom was really labor intensive with me having to model every step. But it seem pretty intuitive. Some kids I could just let go on the Adobe tools and they would really be creative. And even those who think they are not creative can still produce elegant looking presentations, assignments, or portfolios. ​I live in a rural community and our technology fund is not much. But so many of these tools are free with great application even in the free plan.

Caroline Godbey

Posted on 7/21/18 6:13:53 PM Permalink

​I am the same way. I would not give my students a project unless I had first gone through every step myself and tried to foresee every problem they might encounter. I've learned now that I am limiting my students' creativity because I have expectations of what their outcomes should be as well as limiting their problem-solving skills.

Amelia Bell

Posted on 8/24/18 1:54:48 AM Permalink

Yes! These apps make it so easy!​

Janeth Pereira

Posted on 7/17/18 3:21:05 AM Permalink

​Technology is a big part of students being able to show their creativity. As a teacher, allowing them to collaborate, question, and give them the freedom to make mistakes without feeling guilty will help the students bring out their creativity.

Caroline Godbey

Posted on 7/21/18 6:09:41 PM Permalink

I agree that technology can really help students show their creativity. Just as a word processor can help those with bad handwriting or poor spellers, these Adobe tools can help students create whatever they imagine and make it look professional and polished. ​

Michael Muhme

Posted on 8/9/18 2:00:38 AM Permalink

​I love this analogy of the word processor. This is the purpose of technology, to give us the tools to do things beyond our normal capabilities.

Héctor Adolfo Bernal Sandoval

Posted on 7/15/18 12:10:08 PM Permalink

creativity without a plan becomes a cluster of ideas without foundation, for that reason it is important to recognize the methodologies that ADOBE proposes so that creativity in the classroom is managed towards the solution of real problems with impact on the lives of students


Heather Brady

Posted on 7/22/18 9:09:51 PM Permalink

I agree that there needs to be some sort of plan, but there also needs to be plenty of room for students to experiment, fail and try again...to learn perseverance and that hard work pays off.​

Michael Muhme

Posted on 8/9/18 1:59:24 AM Permalink

This is such a great observations. I've seen classes get bogged down in the teaching the new "creative" thing that the subject matter gets lost. The class devolves into being about learning the software or new process instead.

Warren Oliver

Posted on 7/12/18 4:22:31 PM Permalink

​Academic and technology nowadays go hand in hand and increase the creativity of all students. The Adobe apps just make it possible for the students to express them selfs.

Janeth Pereira

Posted on 7/17/18 3:22:54 AM Permalink

Yes, the apps are all fun ways for the students to get creative and demonstrate what they know.​

MARTIN COCKRAM

Posted on 7/8/18 1:13:19 AM Permalink

I have always viewed creativity as diverse and something I am always "chasing", this workshop has given me much more tools and techniques to approach how I encourage ​creativity, how my students can approach learning from even more different perspectives. Using the Adobe platforms and apps, it is my hope that my students will be better equipped to stand out, further explore their ideas and approaches and become more diverse learners.

Janeth Pereira

Posted on 7/17/18 3:22:11 AM Permalink

I agree, this has definitely given me different techniques and ideas for how to have students get creative in the classroom.​

Joylynn Gonzales

Posted on 7/21/18 12:52:03 AM Permalink

I like what you said about divers learners. I'm afraid I stick to my tried and true lesson and fear breaking out. ​These tools seem doable in the classroom.

Samer Dakroub

Posted on 7/6/18 1:11:40 PM Permalink

​These days, technology is an important factor in the academic and educational development and the creativity needed to increase the learning outcomes of the students. This workshop helped to highlight the wonderful relationship between technology and creativity in the interest of increasing the general creativity of the society

Caroline Godbey

Posted on 7/21/18 6:04:42 PM Permalink

You are right. Students who claim they are not creative can find inspiration by looking at the templates and options in the technology. It can be a starting point for them to create something surprising. ​

Jarris Martin

Posted on 7/2/18 3:44:50 AM Permalink

Not one that's technologically advanced, but this workshop is a major encourager to do better and do more. If I'm more adept at it and willing to let them use it, then that will make the students not so upset if they don't get it. ​

Heather Brady

Posted on 7/22/18 9:12:04 PM Permalink

I feel like if I can get it somewhat the students are going to be naturals with this...they will help me learn new things and how to use more of the tools available.​

Roger Smith

Posted on 7/2/18 3:29:34 AM Permalink

​The workshop has given me an even stronger and clearer picture of how no two students learn in the same way, and any tool that helps to get them interested and engaged is worth implementing.

MARTIN COCKRAM

Posted on 7/8/18 1:14:21 AM Permalink

I totally agree with your statement, if it encourages the learners to be more engaged and interested, it has to be a good thing.​

Carolyn Dennis

Posted on 7/2/18 12:01:44 AM Permalink

​The workshop really makes you aware of self work and how great it is to allow student to work at their own pace and encourage them that there are no mistakes

MARTIN COCKRAM

Posted on 7/8/18 1:15:12 AM Permalink

Encouraging that are multiple ways/approaches is so valuable; letting them see that it is ok to make a mistake is so precious.​

Janeth Pereira

Posted on 7/17/18 3:23:37 AM Permalink

Yes, we need to be able to encourage them. Giving them the time to question and do the research will help with their creativity.​

Joylynn Gonzales

Posted on 7/21/18 12:56:15 AM Permalink

​I agree. I'm looking at a multi genre research project and them working on it when and how they want will be important to maintain their interest.

Erin Maxey

Posted on 7/1/18 5:42:11 PM Permalink

This workshop has emphasized to me that there are a variety of ways that students can display their creativity while showing mastery of a certain topic. ​

Roger Smith

Posted on 7/2/18 3:31:12 AM Permalink

I agree. Once the student knows he/she has mastered a lesson, the creativity can keep them engaged and get them to acquire more knowledge on the topic all the way to the end of a class.​

Samer Dakroub

Posted on 7/6/18 1:19:10 PM Permalink

​very good

MARTIN COCKRAM

Posted on 7/8/18 1:16:16 AM Permalink

The Adobe apps and platforms offer so many varieties to approach a theme/question/topic/idea it is awesome to think where their creativity may go next!​

Eanisha Washington

Posted on 7/1/18 4:26:52 AM Permalink

​This program has allowed me to think outside the box and focus on whats important such as students learning with a purpose.

Jarris Martin

Posted on 7/2/18 3:45:53 AM Permalink

Something most teachers need to do moving forward to encourage creativity in our students.​

Donna White

Posted on 6/30/18 8:39:09 PM Permalink

​I have always found myself searching for ways to introduce new software to my GT students . I can say that I have another resource to add to my collection.

Samer Dakroub

Posted on 7/6/18 1:19:34 PM Permalink

​its a nice way to use

Charmetria Monroe

Posted on 6/30/18 1:41:32 AM Permalink

​In the past, it was challenging to incorporate individual ways to highlight special needs students' creativity. These tools will allow them to show their creativity, in the classroom.

Donna White

Posted on 6/30/18 8:39:49 PM Permalink

Students really enjoy using technology, no matter what level their on.​

Rachel Leriche

Posted on 6/30/18 9:28:11 PM Permalink

​I feel as though using technology students aren’t afraid to be wrong/right. They enjoy creating and accomplishing whatever it is no matter what.

Jarris Martin

Posted on 7/2/18 3:46:51 AM Permalink

Agree. Creating is where they will get their joy, especially when learning new material while performing and perfecting a new task.​

Roger Smith

Posted on 7/2/18 3:32:54 AM Permalink

​This reduces the excuse-potential for students who look for a reason not to participate, and could motivate some.

Astrid Dynes

Posted on 6/29/18 9:54:29 PM Permalink

I now have a lot of ways that I can teach students in a more creative way, and I can encourage them to be more creative in the way they respond by producing completed assignments using different Adobe tools.​

Donna White

Posted on 6/30/18 8:40:43 PM Permalink

You will notice how creative they become after being able to explore and use various types of software.​

Rachel Leriche

Posted on 6/30/18 9:29:40 PM Permalink

​I’m always looking for other ways for students to show what they know. They always asking does a it have to be the same as the next person. And it doesn’t.

Samer Dakroub

Posted on 7/6/18 1:20:28 PM Permalink

​its good all to try a new creative way in our teaching methods

Joylynn Gonzales

Posted on 7/21/18 12:57:06 AM Permalink

I think options are always great. I'm constantly looking for a "better" way to do something. ​

tarsha lavillis

Posted on 6/29/18 7:36:53 PM Permalink

​I used to think that adding creativity to the classroom would be hard but after reviewing student projects and this course, it doesn't seem as bad. Once the students learn how to use the products, they can use them in all classes.

Donna White

Posted on 6/30/18 8:42:59 PM Permalink

As teachers we tend to forget that students love when we become facilitators and not lecturers. Adding technology to your curriculum gives them the freedom of choice and ways to personalize their own work.​

Rachel Leriche

Posted on 6/30/18 9:31:03 PM Permalink

​That’s what I want my students to do, personalize and own their work.

Jarris Martin

Posted on 7/2/18 3:47:37 AM Permalink

They also don't like to be lectured to 90 percent of the time. They like to own their learning.​

Erin Maxey

Posted on 7/1/18 5:45:56 PM Permalink

​Agreed! Adobe software seems to simplify the process.

Daniel Holman

Posted on 6/28/18 1:11:28 AM Permalink

This workshop has helped reshape the way that I think about creativity, generally, as well as how to use it in the classroom. I used to view creativity as a directly correlated with artistic ability, and drawing, painting, sculpting, things of that nature. My understanding has grown and changed as I have seen new opportunities for students to learn and demonstrate their own creativity and understanding. As my understanding of creativity has changed, so have the ways that I see incorporating creativity into my teaching. It has also changed the what I expect my students to be able to accomplish.

tarsha lavillis

Posted on 6/29/18 7:38:37 PM Permalink

I agree. When I used to hear the word creativity, I used to think about art also. I guess the artist have a new canvas now. ​

Astrid Dynes

Posted on 6/29/18 9:55:12 PM Permalink

I was like you Tarsha, I use to think that creativity was mainly for artistic students.

Charmetria Monroe

Posted on 6/30/18 1:43:41 AM Permalink

I too, used to think creativity was only for artistic gifted students.​

Linda Pearl

Posted on 6/27/18 6:36:06 PM Permalink

​This workshop has showed me a variety of ways I can be creative with technology in the classroom while using Adobe.

Astrid Dynes

Posted on 6/29/18 9:55:48 PM Permalink

I am excited about all the different ways to be creative in the classroom.

Erin Maxey

Posted on 7/1/18 5:49:19 PM Permalink

​Agreed! I'm excited to have tools to use in the classroom!

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/25/18 8:05:01 PM Permalink

​As a librarian, I can support classroom teachers with projects for their students using Adobe tools. These tools provide many opportunities for a wide variety of creative projects to display student knowledge.

tarsha lavillis

Posted on 6/29/18 7:39:50 PM Permalink

They also could use Adobe when they complete their research papers. ​

Stephanie Baier

Posted on 6/23/18 1:47:08 PM Permalink

​I teach Computer Science, so my students are always creating code. This workshop has encouraged me to introduce my students to Adobe Spark as a means to express themselves. I will also encourage them to use the tools when working on research projects.

Diana Diaz

Posted on 6/21/18 2:23:03 AM Permalink

Adobe in the classroom will provide technology tools for students to explore as they are being creative in their projects. Adobe has opened my eyes on how technology keeps growing and we must also grow and prepare our students for their future. This workshop has allowed me to explore my creative side and I am looking forward to see how students will use their creativity.

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/25/18 8:05:54 PM Permalink

Some parts of this workshop were challenging, but our students love a challenge and I know they'll be excited to learn and use these tools! ​

kani niaz

Posted on 6/20/18 7:45:08 PM Permalink

​I've never thought i could incorporate adobe in the classroom, this workshop has shown me more ways to creativity.

Diana Diaz

Posted on 6/21/18 2:23:43 AM Permalink

Yes, I agree using Adobe will aid all in creativity.​

Erin Maxey

Posted on 7/1/18 5:51:56 PM Permalink

​I agree! I never thought I would be able to incorporate adobe into the classroom either, but now I think I can!

Kadi Abad

Posted on 6/19/18 5:27:18 PM Permalink

From this workshop series, I have come to understand the importance of creativity in the classroom. It is my responsibility to develop a classroom that not only develops creativity but requires it. The Adobe resources will provide my students and me with the tools to address the curriculum while enhancing creativeness.

Roger Smith

Posted on 7/2/18 3:35:11 AM Permalink

I am looking at the whole concept of creativity in a new way. It was something I always associated with electives, not core subjects, especially not Math and Science.​

Tom Dahl

Posted on 6/18/18 9:28:09 PM Permalink

I plan to flip more of the lessons thereby reducing direct instruction time, increasing guided practice and allowing more individual work time for projects.

Stephanie Baier

Posted on 6/23/18 1:48:57 PM Permalink

Do you have success flipping your lessons? I never get 100% participation which makes it hard to proceed to the next step.​

Astrid Dynes

Posted on 6/29/18 9:57:40 PM Permalink

I plan to do the same. The more videos that I am able to make showing students how to do certain math concepts, the more free I am to help the students that need one-on-one support.

Charmetria Monroe

Posted on 6/30/18 1:46:51 AM Permalink

​I agree with you. I am going to flip lessons to increase student engagement.

Project Based Learning

Posted on 6/18/18 7:03:03 PM Permalink

​This workshop has shown me a variety of ways to integrate technology into my classroom. I find that incorporating Adobe Spark into my lessons has been one of the simplest tools for students of all ages to use. With this course, I will be providing a variety of ways in which my students can utilize the Adobe tools to spark their creativity.

Tom Dahl

Posted on 6/18/18 9:32:16 PM Permalink

​I have had students reflecting on their work as they post projects on their own blogsite. Next year, I will have students keep a Spark journal and copy and paste from it for their online reflections.

Stephanie Baier

Posted on 6/23/18 1:54:04 PM Permalink

I think that's the key... it's very simple to use. I don't like to add technology just for the sake of adding it, but I think Spark is easy enough ​to use that it won't get in the way of learning while it's augmenting it.

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/16/18 5:23:04 AM Permalink

This workshop has made me aware of the technological tools that my students can use for learning. For example, setting up the video using Premiere clip is easy for any student to install in Smart phones and make videos of sequential biochemical reaction. Adobe Spark is also one of the easiest tool to use for presenting the essays research papers and for constructing visual biography projects.I believe students can use Tessellation project for enjoying the math problems.Tessellation project.After going through this course, I will be using various tools of Adobe to be creative in teaching and also would motivate students to be creative and enjoy learning.

Diana Diaz

Posted on 6/21/18 2:24:27 AM Permalink

​I too will be using Adobe tools to motivate students to use their creativity.

Daniel Holman

Posted on 6/28/18 6:45:51 AM Permalink

Adobe makes so many formerly difficult tasks very easy. It does a lot to simplify the learning process for students to be able to incorporate creativity and exploration in any subject.

Brandon Schut

Posted on 6/13/18 6:06:39 PM Permalink

After taking this self-guided course I can see more value in teaching creatively and pushing students/adult learners to be creative. I plan on using an Adobe Spark Post immediately in sessions, so that alone led to a positive learning experience. I also liked seeing some of the examples given; it helped show me other ways I can be creative while teaching.

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/16/18 5:24:37 AM Permalink

I also think Adobe Spark is the one most of us will be using. Students also should find it interesting to use and be creative

Project Based Learning

Posted on 6/18/18 7:05:11 PM Permalink

​With Spark students will now be able to explore their inner creative personality without fear.

Tom Dahl

Posted on 6/18/18 9:34:01 PM Permalink

I have had students reflecting on their work as they post projects on their own blog/website. Next year, I will have students keep a Spark journal and copy and paste from it for their online reflections.

Project Based Learning

Posted on 6/18/18 7:04:23 PM Permalink

​I believe that by learning about Spark tools, I have just opened doors for my students that may not have been totally closed but are now wide open!

Esmeralda Contreras

Posted on 6/12/18 5:29:46 PM Permalink

​This workshop series has helped me see how much technology impacts creativity. Adobe products provide an outlet for out students to express themselves in another format. I look forward to see what my students will create.

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/16/18 5:28:58 AM Permalink

Adobe products are so easy to install, use and enjoy designing the projects.​

Diana Diaz

Posted on 6/21/18 2:25:30 AM Permalink

I agree with your statement on students expressing themselves in another format using Adobe.​

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/25/18 8:07:09 PM Permalink

I agree that the Adobe tools we explored will provide our students with a variety of new ways to demonstrate their learning.​

Christine Mueller

Posted on 6/11/18 8:30:25 PM Permalink

What impact has this workshop series had upon the way you view creativity in the classroom?

This series has highlighted the multitude of ways to foster student engagement and creativity. Love it!

Kadi Abad

Posted on 6/19/18 5:32:12 PM Permalink

It will be difficult for students not to be engaged with all these resources available to them.​

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/25/18 8:08:08 PM Permalink

I agree! Students will be excited to explore everything Adobe has to offer. These tools will give them so many new ways to demonstrate their knowledge.​

Charmetria Monroe

Posted on 6/30/18 1:48:12 AM Permalink

​I agree!

Bertha Martin

Posted on 6/11/18 5:49:31 PM Permalink

This workshop has provided me with a clear understanding of how I need to view creativity in the classroom. I expect all my students to collaborate in projects and to try new things using a variety of applications. I want to focus on the student's learning journey, and that will take care of an engaging end project.


Christine Mueller

Posted on 6/11/18 8:30:44 PM Permalink

I totally agree!​

Brandon Schut

Posted on 6/13/18 6:07:54 PM Permalink

I like that you mentioned collaboration. Collaboration can be a huge part of creativity.

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/16/18 5:27:45 AM Permalink

Yes, Adobe class has presented us with multiple applications that we can choose depending on the subject that we teach. It is important that we motivate our students to be creative and enjoy the learning.

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/25/18 8:09:16 PM Permalink

I agree. Our students already love to collaborate. The Adobe tools we learned will give them exciting new ways to demonstrate and apply what they have learned.​

Crystal Keelen-Edwards

Posted on 6/11/18 12:02:26 AM Permalink

​This workshop has just reaffirmed what I already thought about creativity. Creativity is vital in education for students to give an outlet to show the things that they have learned in a way that is easy for them. In a way that they can communicate through digital means, which they use frequently in their everyday lives.

Bertha Martin

Posted on 6/11/18 5:54:38 PM Permalink

I agree creativity is essential in education. I think the more opportunities we give our students to create we are directly/ indirectly influencing the development of their creative minds.


Stephanie Baier

Posted on 6/23/18 1:57:41 PM Permalink

What about the students who are such quick learners that they just don't need the extra push with creative tools? ​I teach computer science in high school. My students like to create code, but not necessarily graphical representations of their learning. I'm wondering if some of them would feel pressure from these tools... as easy as they are.

Adrian Cooper

Posted on 6/8/18 9:11:28 PM Permalink

Creativity in the classroom encourages high level thinking. Students use all skills they have learned throughout their years of education but in a format that requires them to go deep within and present something that is concrete. ​

Crystal Keelen-Edwards

Posted on 6/11/18 12:04:09 AM Permalink

I agree with you that higher level thinking is used when creativity is allowed in the classroom. Being able to use all of the skills that they have learned helps them to go deeper into their understanding to show others what they have learned.​

Mary Bell

Posted on 6/5/18 8:10:16 AM Permalink

Creativity takes time and it often involves some collaboration. Students should be given an opportunity to explore and using digital tools is an excellent way to incorporate creativity.

Adrian Cooper

Posted on 6/8/18 9:16:56 PM Permalink

It certainly does. When I think of creativity I think of higher order thinking which requires me to take my time, create and recreate in a different way; then decide which design I want to move forward with.

Bertha Martin

Posted on 6/11/18 6:37:26 PM Permalink

I agree it takes time to develop creativity and great ideas are usually the result of collaboration. It is imperative that we challenge our students with great projects and expect cooperation/collaboration in small groups. Students learn from each other.

Christine Mueller

Posted on 6/11/18 8:31:50 PM Permalink

​Indeed! I totally agree!

Tom Dahl

Posted on 6/18/18 9:36:20 PM Permalink

Authentic projects.​

Christine Mueller

Posted on 6/11/18 8:31:25 PM Permalink

Yes! We have to allow students freedom in our classrooms to collaborate.​

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/25/18 8:11:17 PM Permalink

Our students will love using the Adobe tools to create projects! All of the tools we learned in this workshop provide opportunities for students to collaborate and be creative when demonstrating knowledge.​

Melody Volk

Posted on 5/31/18 3:51:17 PM Permalink

In the past I have strictly relied on following the textbook and only doing those projects. With these tools, I can expand the lessons to be more hands on and their thoughts.​

Adrian Cooper

Posted on 6/8/18 9:20:06 PM Permalink

Students are going to enjoy the hands on with their own thoughts much better. They can take ownership and be proud of what they accomplished.

Crystal Keelen-Edwards

Posted on 6/11/18 12:05:38 AM Permalink

I agree with you that with these tools, the students will be able to use more of their own thoughts and feelings versus just spouting back what they see in a textbook.​

Neal Evans

Posted on 5/30/18 1:33:47 PM Permalink

I think sometimes I'm guilty of trying to make a project too complicated. This simple tessalations project allowed learners to explore the subject and software creatively without expecting them to be experts by the end of the session. This means that they are less likely to feel dejected as they can't fail, they have a piece of work, they have furtehr developed their knowledge, they have demonstrated how maths and art are linked and they've had fun.

Adrian Cooper

Posted on 6/8/18 9:22:25 PM Permalink

I am guilty of long projects too. For a while I rejected projects because of that. I enjoyed theses short projects and I know students will too. Their own creations can never be wrong.

Kadi Abad

Posted on 6/19/18 5:31:00 PM Permalink

I agree. Sometimes a quick project with vague directions can address the content while allowing students to be creative with their products.

Stephanie Baier

Posted on 6/23/18 1:51:53 PM Permalink

Good point. Students can demonstrate their understanding without complexity.​

Vibhusha Nair

Posted on 5/29/18 3:40:17 PM Permalink

Do I have a good effect on the Future of Student? And they will be able to use Adobe better.

Kelly McMeeken

Posted on 5/29/18 2:18:24 AM Permalink

​I can see how using Photoshop to create tessellations would inspire my students more than just doing them into their Maths workbooks. A great way to show students how Maths can be used in the artistic world.

Crystal Keelen-Edwards

Posted on 6/11/18 12:08:08 AM Permalink

Having students create tessellations digitally will engage them to want to use them more since most of Gen Z's world revolves around digital outputs.​

Kadi Abad

Posted on 6/19/18 5:29:44 PM Permalink

That lesson will be a great way to integrate math, art, and technology while building creativity skills.​

MICHEAL BUTTS

Posted on 5/28/18 6:20:33 PM Permalink

I am looking forward to creating lessons that will allow students to enjoy the digital classroom.

Daniel Holman

Posted on 6/28/18 6:41:44 AM Permalink

Technology is definitely a great way to enhance learning opportunities for students.

LaKesha Jones

Posted on 5/26/18 6:46:37 PM Permalink

​I am looking forward to using the Photoshop tool when we are going over character traits/adjectives. This will allow them to be creative to describe characters and also understand what adjectives are!

MICHEAL BUTTS

Posted on 5/28/18 6:20:58 PM Permalink

I think the creative part will be great.​

Kelly McMeeken

Posted on 5/29/18 2:19:10 AM Permalink

I really like this idea and can see how it would excite the students.​

Mary Bell

Posted on 6/5/18 8:13:29 AM Permalink

I love the connection.

michael Logan

Posted on 5/24/18 7:07:36 PM Permalink

I found that a student's creativity cannot and should not be surpressed. We are the guiders of the educational process and they are the masters of their own creativity. Students should be allowed to make and correct mistakes without a since of failure. They sould see every step of their ceativity as a step towards their overall success. Also, the learning experience should be a two way process with the student contribiting as much as the instrucor.​

MICHEAL BUTTS

Posted on 5/28/18 6:21:24 PM Permalink

I agree that is so true.​

Jennifer Pelzer

Posted on 5/9/18 3:20:26 PM Permalink

I have learned that it is vitally important to allow students to explore their creativity. There are so many ways that they can explore topics and technology only furthers that. Giving our students additional tools to add to their already creative arsenal of ideas and ways to express themselves when they are working only makes learning a fun, exciting experience.​

michael Logan

Posted on 5/24/18 7:08:29 PM Permalink

I agree with your thoughts and concepts using these tools will be helpful in the over all learning process.

LaKesha Jones

Posted on 5/26/18 6:47:49 PM Permalink

I agree! This gives them more options to explore to show that they understand a concept.​

MICHEAL BUTTS

Posted on 5/28/18 6:21:54 PM Permalink

I agree there is so much here to learn and have fun while learning.​

Bertha Martin

Posted on 6/11/18 7:30:07 PM Permalink

I agree that for students to learn, we must allow them to explore their creativity. We must give them a challenge question, the tools, a rubric, some flexibility and let them go in their journey to explore and create.


Daniel Holman

Posted on 6/28/18 6:43:27 AM Permalink

Student creativity is definitely something that should be encouraged and fostered. Allowing them to explore new options, and be able to express their perspective are great enhancements to their education.

Heather Podbielski

Posted on 5/9/18 1:49:57 AM Permalink

​This workshop has allowed me to learn how to use adobe and google in the classroom. It has opened my eyes to the ways technology can be used in the classroom. I am looking forward to using what I have learned.

michael Logan

Posted on 5/24/18 7:10:04 PM Permalink

​This workshop has also open my eyes to what I can accomplish with the adobe tools. They will be an necessary part of the educational experience in my classroom moving forward.

LaKesha Jones

Posted on 5/26/18 6:49:44 PM Permalink

I am excited about using Adobe, Schoology, and Google together! This will open so many doors for my students!

Neal Evans

Posted on 5/30/18 1:37:40 PM Permalink

​The integration of different digital tools, such as google docs, dropbox, creative cloud storage, and mobile apps, has been a great revelation to me too. I'm really inspired for the next academic year.

Esmeralda Contreras

Posted on 6/12/18 5:01:08 PM Permalink

Same here! My campus already uses Schoology and Google. I can't wait to add this to the mix. I know my students will enjoy using technology in different ways.​

Amy Bell

Posted on 5/8/18 6:05:15 PM Permalink

​This workshop has reinforced my ideas about creativity in the classroom. I strongly encourage students to be creative in the way they learn and complete assignments. Collaboration and teamwork are a great way to encourage creativity.

Kelly McMeeken

Posted on 5/29/18 2:20:23 AM Permalink

Well said!​

Durga Raghavi T

Posted on 5/7/18 7:31:22 AM Permalink

​i learned a lot from this workshop. i learned how important is the creativity in present life not only for students but also in every field. i'll introduce every tool in my classroom and they will gain all the benefits in outcome.

michael Logan

Posted on 5/24/18 7:10:25 PM Permalink

Agrred

Osi Ejiofor

Posted on 5/2/18 10:27:45 PM Permalink

This workshop has re-emphasised my views on creativity in the classroom and encouraged me to continue to push for my vision of bringing classrooms into the 21st century. The lesson examples and plans have encouraged me to think of other things that can be done with technology in the classroom. ​

Durga Raghavi T

Posted on 5/7/18 7:31:45 AM Permalink

yes i agree..this helped me too..​

Amy Bell

Posted on 5/8/18 6:07:00 PM Permalink

I agree - this workshop has a done a great job of inspiring me to bring more creativity and more technology to the classroom. Good luck!

Mary Bell

Posted on 6/5/18 8:15:41 AM Permalink

Most of the time emphasis is placed on structure but students need to be creative so that learning is engaging.

Esmeralda Contreras

Posted on 6/12/18 5:02:24 PM Permalink

Yes, I agree. I liked seeing the lesson examples and working on creating my own examples. They did a good job of showing how we can incorporate technology across various subjects.​

Nathan Sanders

Posted on 4/25/18 5:26:34 PM Permalink

​It has made me realize how far the user experience has come with technology. So many of the tools are easy to use and have great support wrapped around them. It drastically takes away the anxiety associated with using technology.

Osi Ejiofor

Posted on 5/2/18 10:29:42 PM Permalink

​I think taking away the anxiety is a big deal. It’s so important for people to know how to use the tech that will improve their teaching and learning experience without having to spend too long doing so.

Durga Raghavi T

Posted on 5/7/18 7:33:07 AM Permalink

yes. i agree with you.​

Amy Bell

Posted on 5/8/18 6:07:42 PM Permalink

I agree - we as teachers are the ones with the anxiety about technology. Our students are generally comfortable with tech.​

Heather Podbielski

Posted on 5/9/18 1:50:55 AM Permalink

I agree with you on the taking away the anxiety.​

Esmeralda Contreras

Posted on 6/12/18 5:05:18 PM Permalink

I agree. I always thought that Adobe products were only for pros, but with the examples we created it showed me that they're not so scary after all. ​

Ann Rogers

Posted on 4/24/18 5:54:50 PM Permalink

​By emphasizing creativity in the classroom, we encourage students to find their voice. Each student needs to feel that his or her work matters. By allowing students to create their own projects, it de-emphasizes right and wrong answers and promotes learning to learn.

Osi Ejiofor

Posted on 5/2/18 10:30:51 PM Permalink

Students ‘finding their voice’, ​this is an excellent point.

Durga Raghavi T

Posted on 5/7/18 7:32:20 AM Permalink

yes that's true. adobe tools helps a lot.​

Amy Bell

Posted on 5/8/18 6:08:05 PM Permalink

Love your insights!​

Lynet Humphrey

Posted on 4/19/18 9:20:06 PM Permalink

​The impact that his workshop has had on my views regarding creativity has been powerful. I have always seen creativity as an important aspect, but creativity sometimes fell by the wayside. I have a renewed interest in making sure creative opportunities become a focal point in allowing for students to express their understanding of concepts.

Osi Ejiofor

Posted on 5/2/18 10:31:49 PM Permalink

​It’s great when you are given the freedom to allow creativity in the classroom.

Heather Podbielski

Posted on 5/9/18 1:52:14 AM Permalink

I agree with you about some of it falling by the wayside. It needs to be picked up and used more.​

Hoitung Leung

Posted on 4/19/18 5:08:16 AM Permalink

​I like that students can be creative using these tools. To think deeper, students should be encouraged to think about tools that may not exist.

Mary Bell

Posted on 6/5/18 8:18:25 AM Permalink

New tools are developed daily and I like your comments about students thinking about tools that may not exist. This will encourage creativity.

Michel Sohel

Posted on 4/11/18 10:40:29 PM Permalink

​It has armed me to make my projects more engaging and effective. Specially the Project planning template is an excellent resource.

Nathan Sanders

Posted on 4/25/18 5:27:54 PM Permalink

Agreed. Having simple resources like a template make life a lot easier. ​

LaKesha Jones

Posted on 5/26/18 6:50:50 PM Permalink

The template is my favorite and it gives you a lesson plan to explain it! AWESOME!!​

Cecile Paskett

Posted on 4/11/18 8:26:19 PM Permalink

​This has made me realize that there are now creativity tools that are fairly accessible for students to use on the fly. I wonder what other, non-Adobe products are out there.

Heather Podbielski

Posted on 5/9/18 1:53:04 AM Permalink

I have wondered the same thing. Guess we can use our creativity to find out.​

Audra Thomas

Posted on 4/11/18 5:05:38 AM Permalink

​Learning is fun we just need to right tools.

Ann Rogers

Posted on 4/24/18 5:55:57 PM Permalink

Tips to help us use those tools are helpful also. ​

Stephen Horvath

Posted on 4/10/18 11:58:24 AM Permalink

If everybody used creative lessons like this on a regular basis, school would be a place where everybody would want to be, instead of dragging students in kicking and screaming.​

Nathan Sanders

Posted on 4/25/18 5:29:22 PM Permalink

It would be a lot more interesting. I do find that older students like being told what to do as far as assignments go, and a more creative/open-ended assignment gives them anxiety. ​They are not used to that.

Neal Evans

Posted on 5/30/18 1:45:58 PM Permalink

Totally agree, a lot of ​students today like to be guided all the way through a project, but conversely often don't feel like they need to listen to our advice when it comes to the most efficient or effective methods of working.

Neal Evans

Posted on 5/30/18 1:42:36 PM Permalink

I think that even when creative lessons are going on consistently that we'll still have ​some reluctant learners. The key is to find what it is that will engage them. Sometimes we have to have several different lesson styles going on all at once to engage all the learners. The digital skills we're getting here, in my opinion, give use one more option in that range.

Jason Keiser

Posted on 4/6/18 3:56:46 PM Permalink

​Giving students creative ways to engage with content will help them internalize knowledge and grow in their communication/creative skills.

Ann Rogers

Posted on 4/24/18 5:57:12 PM Permalink

Students can often communicate - but not creatively. ​They are so immersed in social media, that they spend so much of their time writing short even nonsensical comments.

Neal Evans

Posted on 5/30/18 1:48:01 PM Permalink

​It is a problem, especially when we need them to analyse their own work or the work of others. They often struggle to write effectively in sentences over 280 characters.

Jane Wolfarth

Posted on 3/27/18 8:43:56 PM Permalink

​I have always valued creativity in the classroom.

Jason Keiser

Posted on 4/6/18 4:00:04 PM Permalink

Creativity keeps it fresh for students as well as instructors.​

Cecile Paskett

Posted on 4/11/18 8:37:15 PM Permalink

Right on, Jane.​

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 2:58:26 AM Permalink

​Really liked the integration of stem and the application of it to the Adobe tools.

Ann Rogers

Posted on 4/24/18 5:57:48 PM Permalink

I know - I loved applying the mathematics with the tessellations. ​

Rhonda White

Posted on 3/19/18 2:23:05 PM Permalink

I am sooo excited to roll this out to the students next month! Let the creativity continue but a higher level. ​

tarsha lavillis

Posted on 6/29/18 7:41:37 PM Permalink

​I think everyone is excited to share this new found knowledge. :)

David Barragán

Posted on 3/19/18 1:27:33 PM Permalink

With more time and tools available for students, they can really come up with their own perspective of whatever they work on!​

They can express in a very unique way. I like that!

Rhonda White

Posted on 3/19/18 2:24:43 PM Permalink

I agree with you! Expressing themselves a very unique way will be important to my students.​

Nathan Sanders

Posted on 4/25/18 5:30:36 PM Permalink

Allowing students to express themselves and their perspectives in a new way will teach us, as the instructor as well.​

Daniel Gowon

Posted on 3/16/18 5:52:42 PM Permalink

I liked the fact that there is no limit to what I can possible bring to the class. Nothing that is well planned will fail. This workshop gave examples that enabled me to see how easy it is to convert any assignment while incorporating Adobe products.​

Rhonda White

Posted on 3/19/18 2:24:03 PM Permalink

I agree. No limits on the possibilities is ​amazing!

Jane Wolfarth

Posted on 3/27/18 8:44:23 PM Permalink

​Right on, Dan.

Robert Bourgeois

Posted on 3/11/18 7:55:00 PM Permalink

The projects that we were given to select from provided a great example for how creativity and the Adobe products can be used in classes outside the digital arts classroom. It got me thinking about how I can spread the news of using creativity in non-arts classes and gave me a couple of ideas that I can easily convert into activities for next school year or for advanced application of skills this year. This has been a great series of workshops!

Please see my ​Learning Journal for more on my thoughts about this workshop or to follow my process through it.

Daniel Gowon

Posted on 3/16/18 5:53:59 PM Permalink

​Good point. I am always thinking about Computer - programming or any other rigid classes that may require additional creativity to build.

Rhonda White

Posted on 3/19/18 2:25:29 PM Permalink

The examples for how creativity and the Adobe products can be used are very helpful and appreciated.​

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 3:00:13 AM Permalink

this course has made me go back and revisit content and the application of it using the adobe tools

Stephen Horvath

Posted on 4/10/18 12:00:23 PM Permalink

Yeah, even when I don't learn much from a technique standpoint, the workshops are a great place to find ideas.​

Carol Lorigan

Posted on 3/11/18 3:31:27 PM Permalink

Because I teach Digital Design, it's important that I bring creativity into my classroom. Our classes have been reduced to 39 minute periods in order to create time for test remediation, so I don't really have a lot of time to encourage my students to "brain storm" for project ideas. These classes and workshops have given me some excellent project ideas to introduce to my students in my classes​ along with methods to stimulate their thought process. I try to express to my students that I simply facilitate their learning process, and it's up to them to take their learning to a higher level, and I believe that hands-on project assignments are the best way to accomplish this, with a limited amount of direction! Rather than simply teaching the use of the Adobe software tools, it's better to demonstrate a project using the tools to expand the students' creative ideas.

Cecile Paskett

Posted on 4/11/18 8:30:39 PM Permalink

I think one of the big benefits of these tools is that they are straightforward to use. Only having 39 minutes to teach is so, so tough - I think any instructor who is pressed for time will be relieved that they won't have to go into in-depth instruction on these tools before getting into their course topics.

JAN CHRISTOPHER GAMIT

Posted on 2/14/18 2:51:33 PM Permalink

to further enhance the output of the students in a creative and presentable way, ​

Carol Lorigan

Posted on 3/11/18 3:33:44 PM Permalink

Adobe products certainly give us teachers to opportunity to stimulate our students' creative output!​

Bryan Green

Posted on 2/1/18 10:10:06 PM Permalink

​These are great starting points for getting junior students up to speed I Like Spark and it ability to qickly put together a usable presentation

Carol Lorigan

Posted on 3/11/18 3:32:20 PM Permalink

I am really excited about using Spark Page in my classes for students to post their projects and their reflections.​

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 3:01:21 AM Permalink

Adobe Spark is a great intro to the Adobe Apps as well and teaches them to work seamlessly across devices

Jason Keiser

Posted on 4/6/18 3:58:17 PM Permalink

Spark is a great presentation tool for students... can't wait to use it more myself.​

Terry Powell

Posted on 1/22/18 11:38:52 PM Permalink

Ideas are great but would love to see more for secondary education.​

Bryan Green

Posted on 2/1/18 10:12:46 PM Permalink

Its about how can you take these ideas and up scale to fit your students I find the best way to engage is to provide tasks that are based on the local community, School and your students ​

Carol Lorigan

Posted on 3/11/18 3:35:58 PM Permalink

It's always a great idea to relate student learning to the world around them. Being able to create something meaningful for the community, the school, or the family further encourages the students to really think about what they want to do!​

Stephen Horvath

Posted on 4/10/18 12:02:05 PM Permalink

​Take more AEE courses. Many of the ideas will work for secondary ed. You just may need to adapt some of them.

Cecile Paskett

Posted on 4/11/18 8:34:54 PM Permalink

I agree. Of course these ideas are scalable, but concrete examples are always welcome!​

Brent Russell

Posted on 1/19/18 2:04:45 PM Permalink

​I found the course very beneficial and engaging. I am eager to introduce my middle school students to the wonderful world of Adobe CC.

David Barragán

Posted on 3/19/18 1:31:17 PM Permalink

I have done a project with my middle school students, they love it!​

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 3:02:48 AM Permalink

As a long term user of the Adobe products I can endorse that students in the middle school will enjoy the use of them.

Melinda Larson-Horne

Posted on 1/11/18 6:06:39 PM Permalink

​The ideas were fun and engaging and I'm eager to share them with the teachers I coach and their students; however the directions for some of the projects seemed to be missing steps or assumed that the "student" (aka ME) was already familiar with the tools.

Brent Russell

Posted on 1/19/18 2:07:17 PM Permalink

Yes the lessons were fun and engaging, a beneficial professional development, too bad all professional development classes can't be this engaging.​

Terry Powell

Posted on 1/22/18 11:40:47 PM Permalink

I find that getting teachers involved is sometimes hard to do when it comes to teaching them new technologies.

Bryan Green

Posted on 2/1/18 10:14:00 PM Permalink

Its probably not a bad thing that some steps are missing students will adapt far faster than the teacher in using these tools​

Jason Keiser

Posted on 4/6/18 3:59:05 PM Permalink

Fun and engagement go great hand in hand!​

Horacio Rosa

Posted on 1/9/18 5:59:56 PM Permalink

​Va a ser muy útil utilizar estos parámetros.

David Barragán

Posted on 3/19/18 1:32:45 PM Permalink

No solo útil sino muy divertido Adobe Spark es super fácil, inténtalo​

margaret purvis

Posted on 12/18/17 9:03:23 PM Permalink

teach encourage and understand​

Melinda Larson-Horne

Posted on 1/11/18 6:07:20 PM Permalink

​Teach or guide/coach?

Brent Russell

Posted on 1/19/18 2:08:03 PM Permalink

Totally agree​

Terry Powell

Posted on 1/22/18 11:39:45 PM Permalink

How would you implement into your course(s)?

Bryan Green

Posted on 2/1/18 10:15:00 PM Permalink

By considering the interests need of my students, school and community​

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