Video for Educators
About this course
Explore the principles of video design and how to use Adobe creative tools to create engaging videos. Then learn how to apply your new digital skills to teach video production and integrate new projects into your curriculum.
Understanding video design helps students to better communicate ideas, emotion, and purpose through beautiful films. Develop your skills with Adobe Premiere Pro, an industry standard video production tool, and learn how to teach your students the design and technical skills they need to effectively use video in digital media projects.
What will I learn?
How using video production in your curriculum can produce positive outcomes for you and your students
Best practices and principles for creating amazing videos
The technical skills to create your own videos with Adobe tools (with support from expert digital media educators)
How to apply your new skills to integrate video production projects into your curriculum
Collaborate with educators from around the world
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at all educators working in primary, secondary or higher education. No prior experience with Adobe tools or digital media technologies is required.
How long is the course?
The course runs for five weeks, starting on 15th January 2018 and should take about 25 hours to complete. All coursework must be submitted by 2nd March 2018.
What will it cost?
Enrollment and course completion certificate are FREE!
What software/technology will I need?
What will I receive when the course ends?
After successfully completing this course, you will receive a digital badge and course certificate that states that you have completed 25 hours of professional development.
About Adobe Education Exchange Courses
Each week of an Education Exchange collaborative course includes:
Design and instructional theory content, innovative and tailored for educators
Interactive live class session taught by expert educators and featuring guest industry experts
Hands-on creative assignment with personalized feedback from instructors and other educators
Reflective learning journal best practice
Community collaboration and discussion