Rose Duggan
English/ Media Teacher

Basic photoshop activity

Project Published 2/26/14 Last updated on 5/16/18

A great introduction to layers, the selection tools and the Photoshop workspace.

  • Photoshop

    Editing and compositing for photos, web and mobile app designs, 3D artwork, videos, and more.

Age Levels
1+ Day
Content Standards
ISTE Standards
Students: Computational Trainer
CC License
5 / 5 • 6 Ratings

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Joyelle Edmondson

Posted on 8/30/19 12:38:46 PM Permalink

​Hi! Could you tell me where I could find your resources? Thank you!

Bridgie Dunne

Posted on 4/27/18 4:27:15 AM Permalink

​I should have used this! Maybe I still will - thanks Rose!

Furqan Qadir

Posted on 11/2/16 5:38:46 AM Permalink

​I'm found any material here can u plzz send me at this i am very thankfull of u

Suzanna Christian

Posted on 11/1/16 4:39:52 PM Permalink

Hi Rose! I would love to see the lesson plan and how you introduce layers, the selection tool, and the Photoshop workspace to your students. I have a few introduction level plans, but am I always looking for improvements. Thanks!

Wes Warner

Posted on 3/4/14 11:08:58 PM Permalink

Thanks Rose so much.

I am teaching Graphic Design for Years 11 and 12 in the subject Information Technology Systems. I am using Photoshop and InDesign as the primary pieces of assessment.



Rose Duggan

Posted on 3/4/14 9:46:43 PM Permalink

Hi Wes,

Yeah sure I will upload the details when I get a chance. This lesson is more of a skill building exercise in a magazine design unit. Would that be useful for you?



Gold Coast QLD :-)

Wes Warner

Posted on 3/1/14 8:37:00 PM Permalink

Hi Rose,

I am wondering if you are able to upload your project so I can see what your students do. I am from Brisbane, Queensland.


Adobe Education

Posted on 3/3/14 1:27:22 AM Permalink

Hi Rose,

Yes - we would love to see the project you are talking about. Hope you can upload your lesson plan or examples for the members of the Exchange to see.


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