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UPDATE (8/18/18) I'm currently modifying my curriculum to reflect some of the successes that we experienced this past year. I hope to post the new version before the end of August. I just wrapped up a short documentary that featured the culminating graphic design project for the semester: a marketing campaign for our school's sports teams. If you're considering doing something similar in your own class, check out this "behind the scenes" video that details best practices for this project. UPDATE (8/23/2017) HERE is the sequence for my Photoshop curriculum that I've been refining and adding to over the last few years. It is a Google Spreadsheet so as I make changes to what I teach and create new videos, I'll be sure to add them to this document. Because I've created hundred ...
Students use Adobe Spark Post to create a visual biography of a historical African American figure. This resource contains two links. One is an example of student work where a group of students used Adobe Spark Post to create a visual biography of Dr. Mae Jemison. The other is an Adobe Spark Page with the educator’s instructions for the project. Please feel free to share both links directly with students and try this assignment in your class! This lesson was created by Sherri Kushner. Instructions Sample student work
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