Course

Getting Started with Adobe in the Classroom

Starts Nov 16, 2017

How can you inspire creativity in your digital classroom? In this course, un…

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Get Started with Graphics

Starts Jan 21, 2019

Learn the fundamentals of graphic design with Adobe tools.

Self-paced Course

Get Started with Imaging

Starts Jan 21, 2019

Learn the fundamentals of digital imaging with Adobe tools.

Self-paced Course

Get Started with Digital Storytelling

Starts Jan 21, 2019

Learn the fundamentals of digital storytelling with Adobe tools.

Self-paced Course

Get Started with Publishing

Starts Jan 21, 2019

Learn the fundamentals of digital publishing with Adobe tools.

Self-paced Course

Get Started with Video

Starts Jan 21, 2019

Learn the fundamentals of video with Adobe tools.

Featured Teaching Resources

Lesson Plan

Getting started with Adobe InDesign

Adobe InDesign is a professional design and layout tool for producin…

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How to draw and add text with Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator allows designers to create visually compelling artwork…

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Curriculum

2017-2018 Edition: Photoshop Curriculum w…

UPDATE (8/18/18) I'm currently modifying my curriculum to reflect…

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Curriculum

Motion Graphics and Animation Curriculum

A motion graphics, animation and video curriculum that utilizes After…

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Curriculum

Graphic Design 1 Curriculum

In my Graphic Design 1 curriculum you will find all of the projects I assi…

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Project

Color Theory Project: construction of a personal color wheel.

This, Color Theory Project,  is part of a series of projects related to the elements and principles of Art and Design. The Focus is  Color. Students examine the nature of subtractive and additive color.  Discover the difference between CMYK & RGB color spectrums and their purposes.  Students construct a color wheel chart in Adobe Illustrator and customize a color panel to include the following hues: primary, secondary, tertiary, tints, shades,  complementary, monochromatic and analogous. Students also explore the psychological aspects of color and the way we perceive color and it’s meaning, in preparation for a later project.

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Featured On-Demand Workshops

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Teach Visual Literacy: Digital Storytelling

Self-paced

Create your first digital story with students using this workshop, the fi…

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Digital Media & Learning: Interactive Collage

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Learn the what, why, and how of interactive digital media projects fo…

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Designing Creativity in the Primary Grades Curricul…

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Explore ways to design instructional activities to use digital media tools…

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Build Your Brand: Twitter & You

Self-paced

Build your personal brand by creating an online presence using Twitter. In…

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Teach Visual Literacy: Data Visualizations

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Explore how data visualizations can transform information into useful a…

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Build Your Brand: Get Up & Running with Social Media

Self-paced

Build your personal brand through social media. Learn about social media and its use by educators. Then create a stand out Facebook cover and/or Twitter header image with Photoshop.

Top New Teaching Resources

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Working with Green Screen inside of After Effe…

In this video we will cover how to extract the green properties from a…

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Video Production Documents - Storyboard…

Production Roles, Pre-Planning sheet, storyboard template, script templa…

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The Donald or The Bern: A Statistical Analysis Project

In this interdisciplinary project, students conduct a review of availa…

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Lesson Plan

Multiplicity Portrait

This task allows you to put yourself (or another person) in the same im…

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Visual Story Telling

Visual storytelling is creating imotions through your voice. A Stor…

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Technical Tutorial

Create Composite Images Using Photoshop Mix

Creating composite images is always a lot of fun. Opening Photoshop and taking a bit of something from one image and putting it in another image has always been an adventure. Until now this technique has been tethered to portable or desktop computers but that all changed in mid-October 2014 when Adobe released Photoshop Mix, an iOS application which allows you to create composite images using images on the iPad or stored in the Creative Cloud. Once those images are done, you can send them back to your Creative Cloud  account and … here is where it gets really neat .. open them in Photoshop for further refinement. Here's a quick "How To:"

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The courses and resources help make my classroom full of fun, colour and creativity!"

Tim Bateup
Technology Teacher, Caloundra State High School