Introduction to the Adobe Digital Careers Curriculum

Posted on December 19, 2013 by Adobe Education
Graphic Design, Web, Photography, Video & Audio
Age Levels
13-14, 15-16, 17-18, Post-Secondary
Products Used
Prelude Typekit Audition Adobe Premiere Pro Dreamweaver Digital Editions Photoshop Story Encore Color Digital Publishing Solution Fireworks After Effects SpeedGrade Illustrator InDesign
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These curriculums have evolved over the past seven years to help teachers get the most out of Adobe software and prepare their students for higher education and careers in the digital arts.

Are you a new teacher looking for assessment guidelines and lesson plans? Or are you a veteran educator who wants to offer more project-based learning and use the newest Adobe software features? You can use these curriculums in their entirety to plan out a year-long course, or you can pull out the pieces you need for your personal curriculum. And keep in mind that — when new Adobe software features and updates are released — these educational resources are updated and posted online so you and your students can always stay current.

Learning objectives

After completing this workshop, you’ll be able to do the following things:

  • Locate and download the resources in the three Adobe Careers Digital Curriculums.
  • Identify the basic components of the three Adobe Careers Digital Curriculums.
  • Participate in the Adobe Professional Learning Community of Digital Careers Curriculums.


There are no prerequisites for this workshop. However, the content will be most relevant to you if you’re interested in teaching or designing courses in digital design, video production, or visual design.

Related content

This is the first of two workshops exploring the Digital Careers Curriculum. The second — Integrating the Adobe Digital Careers Curriculum — digs deeper into the curriculum resources and will be available later this spring.