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Free biology, chemistry, and physics resources combining Khan Academy content with creative activities. Flexible, adaptable, and ready for use in the classroom.
Students use Adobe Photoshop to consider how gender stereotypes shape identity.
Students use Adobe Photoshop to design an infographic explaining Avogadro’s number.
Students use Adobe Spark to create a website about an environmental problem in their community.
Students use Adobe XD to visualize the probability of different genetic outcomes.
Students use Adobe Spark to design an infographic or poster that explains how cells work.
Students use Adobe Spark to visualize the process of inheritance and build a DNA model.
Students use Adobe Premiere Rush to teach a friend, classmate, or peer about atomic numbers and isotopes.
Students use Adobe Acrobat to annotate articles about the history of women in STEM.
Students use Adobe XD to create a slide presentation exploring one example of speciation.
Students use Adobe Spark Video to share a hypothesis, plan, and expected result for a future experiment.
Students use Adobe Premiere Rush to create a PSA about the effects of climate change.
Students use Adobe Acrobat to present research to a team of professional athletes and trainers.
Students use Adobe Spark to diagram molecular structures and learn about atoms and bonds.
Students use Adobe Illustrator to demonstrate their understanding of cell parts and functions.
Students use a provided Adobe Illustrator template to diagram molecule structures.
Students use Adobe Illustrator to design an infographic that educates others about natural selection.
Students use Adobe Spark to create a web page describing an experiment on how gases behave under pressure.
Students use Adobe Spark to create an infographic showing one method cells use to communicate.
Students use Adobe Illustrator to create a phase diagram for conditions present on a new planet.
Students use Adobe XD to design and prototype a mobile application for reviewing ecology materials.
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This collection, co-designed in partnership with Khan Academy, brings together Adobe’s creative tools with Khan Academy’s world-class content in over 100 flexible and adaptable teaching resources. Each activity provides students an opportunity to engage deeply with their learning, practice essential skills like digital literacy, and nourish their creativity and self-expression.
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