Dennis Martinus
Adobe Youth Voices Creative Educator

Generating Ideas Video Tutorial

Digital Asset Published 9/8/13 Last updated on 5/16/18

The Adobe Youth Voices Lead Educator training of Summer 2012 brought together lead educators from around the world representing the core leadership in the Adobe Youth Voices Network. During the training Lead Educators worked in teams to create short media clips on a range of topics meaningful to adult facilitators of youth media.

In this clip, Generating Ideas, team members discuss the challenges educators face when getting youth to select a specific idea with a focused message and a defined audience.

The team members are: Allan Kakinda (Uganda), Todd Strother (United States), Cristina Bosio Ferrer (Argentina) and Dennis Martinus (Bonaire).

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Shafiq Rehman

Posted on 9/9/19 9:54:14 AM Permalink

Thanks for sharing

Donrita Reefman

Posted on 9/23/13 9:00:44 PM Permalink

Great action, etc. however I feel some of the presenters were inexperienced as public speakers. Have they considered joining Toastmasters to enrich their speaking skills?

Dennis Martinus

Posted on 9/25/13 8:16:07 AM Permalink

Actually this video was made in two days at a lead educators summit in the summer of 2012. It was an collaboration project assignment for educators around the globe.
The focus was more on collaboration and making a video on idea generation than on the presentation. But thank you for the feedback.