mark christie
Director Digital Initiatives

​Working with students in museums, libraries and iconic locations to create shareable resources - presentation

Presentation Published 10/18/16 Last updated on 2/28/20

Working with students in museums, libraries and iconic locations to create shareable resources.

You can teach in the classroom, library or even under a tree in the school yard. Imagine combining a field trip to Parliament House where you not only learn about government and the history of the building, but using Adobe Spark and other products, your students can create a multimedia story.

Iconic places like museums, historical locations and houses of parliament have their own promotional educational material which serves as a backstory, a premade lesson plan for you to use with the tools that you might be at showing off such as Adobe spark, character animator, premiere or any of the Adobe tools to create a great creative task that maintains interest and produces some stunning material combining digital literacy with other curriculum in an exciting blended format.

The locations themselves may not have the budget or the thought processes of a young students who may look at something more creatively and use the tools to put together a stunning presentation which can then be shared back.

This presentation shares my experience "flipping the venue" with 500 students and the joy of such a blended event.

  • Adobe Premiere Pro

    Edit media in its native format and create productions for film, TV, and web.

  • Adobe Spark

    Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use tool that helps you turn your ideas into compelling social graphics, web stories, and animated videos

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Content Standards
Australian Curriculum
ISTE Standards
Students: Creative Communicator, Students: Digital Citizen
CC License
Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
4 / 5 • 2 Ratings

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