Andrea Cebula
Educational Consultant At Adobe Systems

Adobe T4T: PD Preplanning Resource

Lesson Plan Published 7/2/14 Last updated on 5/16/18

This is a resource for the Adobe Train the Trainer course.

  • Please download and complete all sections of this Professional Development Session pre-planning worksheet.
  • After you've completed this sheet, please save and upload as an attachment for your weekly assignment.
  • This is the first step to planning your final professional development plan, which will serve as your final project.
  • Please design a plan to meet your professional needs and the learning needs of your participants.
  • At the end of the course, you should be able to immediately implement this session plan.

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Shafiq Rehman

Posted on 4/25/17 8:16:40 PM Permalink

​Thanks for sharing such a valuable effort

shaimaa Abushady

Posted on 9/4/16 8:24:23 PM Permalink

Great work , Keep on

Abdullah Dahshan

Posted on 8/24/16 8:15:36 PM Permalink

Go on ! :D

Florinela Stratu

Posted on 8/24/16 6:59:59 PM Permalink

very helpful for oraganization thanks

Peter Fehler

Posted on 8/23/16 8:16:12 PM Permalink

Helpful, thanks.

Monika Janisch

Posted on 8/20/16 3:19:25 PM Permalink

great - helpful pdf

erin speck

Posted on 8/15/16 4:17:02 PM Permalink

Very helpful for organization!

Alex Cordova

Posted on 8/10/16 10:12:38 PM Permalink

Great fillable pdf form and terrific resource for this assignment! Thank you!

Noel Gussen

Posted on 8/10/16 5:47:43 PM Permalink

looking forward to implementing this template to real life situations and clients

julie collins

Posted on 8/4/16 4:04:36 PM Permalink

Useful to reflect on the points - need to try and gather my ideas together - will come back when i have put something together.

jean niermann

Posted on 8/1/16 1:08:04 PM Permalink

I hope i did it right. It seems odd for some reason. Cant put my finger on it but that is why i am here to learn.


Posted on 7/25/16 2:11:07 AM Permalink

very effective at directing lesson plans to best practices

Renee Sarmiento

Posted on 7/19/16 6:04:49 PM Permalink

I am not sure why I had a hard time saving the typed content to the form! It took several attempts even after downloading the form to my desktop. Anyway, it is completed! The template is easy to use and allows for plenty of details to be included. I liked how it took me through the entire planning process using the strategies learned this week.

Katherine Reeves

Posted on 7/18/16 6:49:06 PM Permalink

This is a first lesson plan for me so I am starting to build this plan. I will have to add to it as we continue with the course. I am not currently teaching so I am not sure what I am going to do as a final project. This template is easy to use and understand.

Joanne Anderson

Posted on 7/14/16 7:12:58 AM Permalink

Nice and simple, guiding template.

Andrea Welsh

Posted on 7/14/16 12:20:47 AM Permalink

Thank you for the template it is a great resource to use.


Pat Fleming

Posted on 7/13/16 1:24:03 PM Permalink

Great and useful pre-planner. Thank you

Jason Menard

Posted on 7/9/16 8:51:48 PM Permalink

Great Lesson Plan. I like the format to assist the planning for my method.

elissa mondschein

Posted on 7/8/16 7:57:29 PM Permalink

So far, so good. Some of the content I will have to add as we go along and learn more.

Elizabeth Vanausdeln

Posted on 7/8/16 3:30:17 AM Permalink


Elizabeth Vanausdeln

Posted on 7/8/16 2:11:29 AM Permalink

Easy to follow....Ready

Robbie suhr

Posted on 7/6/16 7:52:27 PM Permalink

Easy to follow so far. Matches how the course has been taught to date. Good format to follow at the beginning of development.

Terri Blackwell

Posted on 7/6/16 4:17:28 PM Permalink

We use something similar to this because many of our courses have certifications tied to them and this type of planning by our Instructional Technologist Team is a mandatory requirement for those CEUs.

Patricia Houser

Posted on 7/5/16 10:08:48 PM Permalink

Nice format

Meghan Moody

Posted on 7/5/16 6:16:58 PM Permalink

The template was a huge help & a great way to organize a lesson plan. Thanks!

Ellice Taylor

Posted on 7/5/16 2:05:07 PM Permalink

I liked the template and it was easy to modify.

Bellanira Cochran

Posted on 7/5/16 6:55:32 AM Permalink

Thanks for the template

Andrea Cooperberg

Posted on 7/4/16 10:50:46 PM Permalink

Excellent tool, thanks!

Pam Brewer

Posted on 7/4/16 3:46:45 PM Permalink

The preplan template is very useful as is reviewing the ideas of others.

Elizabeth Calabria

Posted on 7/3/16 8:19:59 PM Permalink

I like the template, it is a good way to organize and get started on planning. Thank you.

Patricia Gilbert

Posted on 7/3/16 3:07:16 PM Permalink

Thanks for the form. It helps in the designing of a lesson process.

Keith Thompson

Posted on 7/3/16 1:05:34 PM Permalink

Thank you for the template. It's already a big help.

Shannion Forrester

Posted on 7/3/16 5:42:07 AM Permalink


Nyk Sykes

Posted on 7/3/16 3:31:08 AM Permalink

Tanks for the template

Karel te Lintel Hekkert

Posted on 7/2/16 6:49:29 PM Permalink

I'm going to use this file, after a thinking a while, what excactly I want to create.

Charline Browne

Posted on 7/2/16 12:11:46 PM Permalink

Thank you for the template. I will be a very useful guide for my session plan.

Matt byrnes

Posted on 7/1/16 7:26:29 PM Permalink

Excellent. Thanks!

Diana S. Lopez

Posted on 7/1/16 5:55:45 PM Permalink

This template is a great tool to organize my thoughts. Still working on it!

tracy hogan

Posted on 7/1/16 12:56:32 AM Permalink

Thank you for this template, I am going to be so organised!

Elisa Valentino

Posted on 6/30/16 5:10:57 PM Permalink

This template is very useful for planning. Thanks.

LaTonya Motley

Posted on 6/30/16 2:17:10 PM Permalink

The Train the Trainer Pre-Plan template is very helpful. I will use this format with other technology workshops that I develop.

Diana vanderSon

Posted on 6/30/16 5:00:57 AM Permalink

Nicely presented resource. Will need to really think about my plan of attack on this! Hope I do it right!

Jayne Blake

Posted on 6/30/16 4:33:43 AM Permalink

this form is simple and easy to fill out. I like how it's not just a plain layout, makes it more fun to fill out.

Michael Young

Posted on 6/29/16 11:13:04 PM Permalink

The adobe train the trainer: session preplan was a useful tool in guiding me to the organization and creation of my own profession development design preplan worksheet. I had to make my own though as I could use the one furnished. oh well. Knowing this is a draft and that the commpleted assignment will use this step was an asset in my decisions on what to include in the preplan. mike

julie collins

Posted on 6/29/16 7:45:07 PM Permalink

Wanting to format the text. Is that possible?

Adrienne M McMichael

Posted on 6/29/16 7:23:36 PM Permalink

This is a useful tool that can be modified to meet anyone's needs.

Diana S. Lopez

Posted on 6/28/16 7:26:47 PM Permalink

This is an excellent guide. Thanks!

Carol Brightbill

Posted on 6/28/16 3:34:50 PM Permalink

I am looking forward to this assignment!

Elizabeth Vanausdeln

Posted on 6/28/16 2:32:58 PM Permalink

Nice resource...Thanks

Elizabeth Calabria

Posted on 5/10/16 3:45:46 PM Permalink


Kerrie Sansky

Posted on 5/2/16 1:01:20 AM Permalink

Great resource!

Vincent Leis

Posted on 4/26/16 12:26:47 AM Permalink

Excellent Resource.

Darius Green

Posted on 4/21/16 5:37:58 PM Permalink

Not bad; Not bad at all.

Noor Hafnizam Mahmud

Posted on 4/19/16 6:11:33 PM Permalink


riana bucceri

Posted on 4/12/16 6:05:22 PM Permalink

Great resource the form helps you identify all the objectives and clearly lays it out for you.

Heather Eaton

Posted on 4/10/16 7:58:38 AM Permalink

This is a great resource! I have already begun to use this in my training's! Thanks

Andrew Nickless

Posted on 4/9/16 10:37:32 PM Permalink

Thanks for the resource

Adaeze T. Merah

Posted on 4/7/16 3:04:56 AM Permalink

I will use this for preplanning much thanks for the resource

Teresa Jickell

Posted on 4/6/16 1:09:39 AM Permalink

Great resource for preplanning - thanks

Mae Golden

Posted on 3/31/16 6:46:06 PM Permalink

This will a big help in my planning; very thorough.

Vera Lewis

Posted on 3/31/16 2:52:29 PM Permalink

This document is very helpful.

Thomas Mancuso

Posted on 3/31/16 3:35:37 AM Permalink

Good focus tool.

Victor Gonzalez

Posted on 3/30/16 6:39:52 AM Permalink

Great resource. Thank you.

Peter Sauermann

Posted on 3/28/16 7:30:59 PM Permalink

Great help, thank you

Bryan Nielsen

Posted on 3/22/16 4:47:14 PM Permalink

This is a great start. Thank you.

Will DeRuve

Posted on 3/22/16 4:11:16 PM Permalink

This should work just fine. Thank you.

Larry Broomfield

Posted on 3/21/16 8:47:05 PM Permalink

Nice layout that will be very useful

jorge esparza

Posted on 3/21/16 5:09:39 PM Permalink

Nice! Very helpful! Thanks

David Hammerbeck

Posted on 3/20/16 10:55:48 AM Permalink

Very nice indeed. Thanks!

David Hammerbeck

Posted on 3/20/16 10:55:29 AM Permalink

Felipe Payan

Posted on 3/20/16 3:27:32 AM Permalink

Great I can open the pdf in Acrobat DC and Document Cloud that will be topic the for my Professional Development. I believe educators would benefit from understanding and applying Acrobat DC in the traditional and online classroom.

Lois Kent

Posted on 3/18/16 10:20:36 PM Permalink

Nice form! Nice use of skills already learned in the Acrobat trainings. Agree with other comments - can be used for ongoing development planning. I will definitely be saving a blank copy!

Felipe Payan

Posted on 3/20/16 3:31:48 AM Permalink

Yeah you can recycle the form for future professional development sessions.

Shannon Ferguson

Posted on 3/18/16 5:00:00 PM Permalink

Great resource.

Danny Webb

Posted on 3/16/16 8:43:13 PM Permalink

Great form, easy to use. It is great for curriculum development

Roy Thelin

Posted on 3/15/16 2:55:03 PM Permalink

This really is a great tool for organizing and planning a lesson, much better than what I use now. I have a new course starting next school year that this sort of format will be very useful for in organizing and pacing for the course.

Danny Webb

Posted on 3/16/16 8:47:02 PM Permalink

Roy, I agree with you 100 %.

Mats Soderberg

Posted on 3/15/16 8:55:05 AM Permalink

very good resource

nathaniel owens

Posted on 3/15/16 2:30:41 AM Permalink

Very thoughtful and concise tool to organize the Professional Development Session Plan.

Danny Webb

Posted on 3/16/16 8:47:53 PM Permalink

Also a great tool for any other educational lesson plan development

Joel Whitehead

Posted on 3/14/16 11:53:03 PM Permalink

Good resource material to help me organize my thoughts.

Danny Webb

Posted on 3/16/16 8:49:34 PM Permalink

Organized thoughts are good. You are so right. Once we have it written down, it is easier to develop our planning and implementations of those plans.

Bob Murray

Posted on 3/14/16 8:05:30 PM Permalink

This is a helpful organizational tool.


Ivan Bradley

Posted on 3/14/16 8:03:17 PM Permalink

Like the best practices rubric. Helps one focus on those aspects of the lesson.

Kelly Iovine

Posted on 3/14/16 4:49:29 PM Permalink

This looks like a general lesson plan.

Mark Singleton

Posted on 3/14/16 3:30:39 PM Permalink

Thanks. Great tool.

J. Aleman

Posted on 3/13/16 8:46:46 PM Permalink

¡Gracias! It is a good resource to start practicing : )

Mary Rotundo

Posted on 3/13/16 6:52:31 PM Permalink

Very useful to start 'landing' a training session.

Susan Watts

Posted on 3/13/16 5:52:34 PM Permalink

Great form. This is a good tool for initial design.

Susan Fogg Eisdorfer

Posted on 3/13/16 5:43:28 PM Permalink

Looks very helpful

Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 3/13/16 2:21:20 AM Permalink

Again, this is a great form, Thank you for share this great resources

Christine Headen

Posted on 3/13/16 1:34:17 AM Permalink

Thank you!!!! A good tool for me.

Phil Tillery

Posted on 3/12/16 2:01:42 PM Permalink

Interesting - looks like most of my Lesson Plans...

john dimarco

Posted on 3/11/16 5:56:51 AM Permalink


Diane Tracy

Posted on 3/10/16 11:37:11 PM Permalink

Thanks great tool!

jeanne quirke

Posted on 3/10/16 7:20:50 PM Permalink


Natalie Hubert

Posted on 3/10/16 7:18:54 PM Permalink

Downloaded and filled out. Thank you!

Andres Munoz Jr

Posted on 3/10/16 12:38:31 AM Permalink

Thank you very much!

Arlene Gunia

Posted on 3/10/16 12:17:51 AM Permalink


Joseph Monaghan

Posted on 3/9/16 10:32:04 PM Permalink

Thanks for sharing,


Lily Yang

Posted on 3/9/16 5:06:42 PM Permalink



Lisa Cady

Posted on 3/8/16 11:02:26 PM Permalink

Thank you!


Scott Winland

Posted on 3/8/16 7:25:12 PM Permalink

Very helpful!

Brian Tighe

Posted on 3/8/16 6:51:00 PM Permalink

Great resource. I will share with my team!

Kim Murphree

Posted on 3/8/16 5:23:42 PM Permalink

Appreciate the resource

Barbara Nwacha

Posted on 8/12/15 2:57:04 AM Permalink

great guide

Hardy Thorson

Posted on 8/11/15 4:20:06 PM Permalink

This will help out so much with my course.... Thank you...

Hardy Thorson

Posted on 8/11/15 4:19:45 PM Permalink

Michael Boutin

Posted on 8/11/15 3:14:57 AM Permalink

Nicely designed resource.

thomas davenport

Posted on 8/11/15 12:01:39 AM Permalink

What a great resource. Thanks for the template.

Han Guangwen

Posted on 8/10/15 6:53:36 AM Permalink

Thank you for the resource, it's a clear and straightforward plan sheet. Serves as a great guideline!

carlos rincón

Posted on 8/7/15 11:43:20 PM Permalink

Thank you very much!

Anthony Muradaz

Posted on 8/5/15 3:28:55 AM Permalink

Great source for creating a structured lesson plan.


Posted on 8/3/15 11:50:31 PM Permalink

Great resource!

Rene Sanchez

Posted on 7/24/15 4:26:07 AM Permalink

Nice! Love the help this worksheet will provide!!


Posted on 7/22/15 2:47:46 AM Permalink

Thanks for the resource, it´s easy to use and clear.

Lynn Barton

Posted on 7/18/15 6:41:26 PM Permalink

Great guide, makes me think a bit more about how I approach my training.

Dhanaraj Keezhara

Posted on 7/16/15 8:19:00 AM Permalink

Great template! Thank you.

Melissa Tafoya

Posted on 7/15/15 4:50:29 AM Permalink

Nice layout for planning sessions to adult learners!

Niranjan Meegammana

Posted on 7/14/15 4:14:53 AM Permalink

This material tested my knowledge acquired from TOT training. It was a challange which I was able to complete with creative thinking. Otherwise I would have never done it my own :)
This training is getting interesting now!

Ms Lynn Cobbs

Posted on 7/13/15 12:40:42 AM Permalink

Great form to help develop well organized training plan.

Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 7/12/15 1:25:10 PM Permalink

Again, this is a great form, Thank you for share this great resources

Meg Garven

Posted on 7/11/15 4:53:38 AM Permalink

Thanks for the resource, quick and easy to use.

Karen WilsonGosse

Posted on 7/27/15 6:51:17 AM Permalink


John Pellman

Posted on 7/10/15 9:13:56 PM Permalink


Susan Finn

Posted on 7/10/15 8:26:06 PM Permalink

Downloaded and filled out. Very easy to fill this out for a professional development lesson

Salman Khan Ghauri

Posted on 7/10/15 7:27:33 PM Permalink

Thanks for the resource!

charles mills

Posted on 7/9/15 7:54:36 PM Permalink

Now the fun begins! Excellent resource!

Wilder Bolanos Gomez

Posted on 7/9/15 4:22:04 PM Permalink


samia chelbi

Posted on 7/8/15 11:57:58 PM Permalink

it s good to structure a session of training and to practice all content provided.

Odette Murdoch

Posted on 7/8/15 4:24:58 AM Permalink

Thanks for this. It provides a good foundation.

Rosemary Rizk

Posted on 7/8/15 1:46:25 AM Permalink

great structure - I love the best practice table!

Dawn Wilson

Posted on 7/6/15 6:24:47 PM Permalink

Seems to the point now to find a topic.

Debra Dutkiewicz

Posted on 7/6/15 3:58:36 AM Permalink

Thanks. This is a great way to make sure nothing gets missed.


Posted on 7/5/15 9:02:19 PM Permalink

Great... now for the real work...

James Mead

Posted on 7/5/15 8:36:06 PM Permalink

At this stage it's obviously a work in progress. It gives me a good foundation to build upon.

Jane Jenkins

Posted on 7/5/15 6:58:58 PM Permalink


Renee Hernandez

Posted on 7/5/15 4:32:16 AM Permalink

Thank you for the outline!

Tyler Dockery

Posted on 7/4/15 2:01:48 AM Permalink

Thank you for providing this material. I'll use it in planning or showing my work, as it were.

Wellygton Moraes

Posted on 7/3/15 11:01:25 PM Permalink


Dario Carmelo Rapisarda

Posted on 7/3/15 2:03:29 PM Permalink

Interesting template to verify our methods. Thanks

Saif Smeirat

Posted on 7/3/15 11:48:19 AM Permalink

Many Thanks!

Colette Mazzola

Posted on 7/3/15 8:17:57 AM Permalink

Thank you

Oliver Roopsingh

Posted on 7/3/15 3:04:15 AM Permalink

Thanks. Great template

Marian Staudt

Posted on 7/3/15 12:26:34 AM Permalink

Cool template!

Yvonne Gamble

Posted on 7/3/15 12:21:51 AM Permalink

Great template to work with. Thanks

Rusty Bryson

Posted on 7/2/15 8:40:19 PM Permalink

Great ending begin with awesome beginnings--valuable resource! thanks!

Vincent Wiggins

Posted on 7/2/15 7:48:40 PM Permalink


Dawn Maitz

Posted on 7/2/15 4:49:47 AM Permalink

Thank you. Valuable resource.

David Robinson

Posted on 7/2/15 2:59:50 AM Permalink

AWESOME starting point. Great resource. Thank You

John Brilly

Posted on 7/1/15 10:52:49 AM Permalink

Thank you for the resource

Kristine Schiffbauer

Posted on 6/30/15 8:10:08 PM Permalink


Linda Lord

Posted on 6/30/15 7:27:00 PM Permalink

Thanks for the template.

Sarah Buncum

Posted on 6/29/15 5:28:52 PM Permalink

This template is awesome. I love it.

Judith Loeber

Posted on 6/28/15 2:42:57 PM Permalink

Looks like a great instructional design form


JS Loeber

Tanya Hopper

Posted on 3/23/15 5:20:29 AM Permalink

Great resource! Thank you.

Andreas Freiberger

Posted on 3/11/15 11:09:45 AM Permalink

Thanks for this template

Suzy Linstrom

Posted on 3/9/15 9:45:11 PM Permalink

....a comprehensive planner....still thinking about whether to use it with students or my teachers....hmmm...

B Greer

Posted on 3/1/15 3:11:05 AM Permalink

Another great resource to add to my pool, but for some reason I can not view others submissions to make comments to. Please advise

Katie Morgan

Posted on 2/21/15 3:36:47 PM Permalink

Thanks for the resource :)

Alan Humbert

Posted on 2/21/15 12:57:05 AM Permalink

Great resource.

Sandra Handly

Posted on 2/20/15 12:07:28 AM Permalink

Thank You!

Veronica Sarmiento

Posted on 2/14/15 2:49:51 AM Permalink

This is an extremely helpful planning and organizing resource! Thank you!

Randy Rawlins

Posted on 2/13/15 4:33:00 AM Permalink

A wonderful preplanning resource.

Basim Assaf

Posted on 2/12/15 6:54:31 PM Permalink

Very useful template.

Philip Nyman

Posted on 2/11/15 11:31:24 PM Permalink

Nice template. Provides a framework that hits all six adult learning 'assumptions'.

Suzy Linstrom

Posted on 2/10/15 11:08:32 PM Permalink

This template is very comprehensive and well thought out. It gets me thinking about I can deliver better PD sessions to my staff.

udesh naidoo

Posted on 2/9/15 8:28:30 AM Permalink

A well scaffolded, versatile and poignant resource. Thank you.

Valery Keibler

Posted on 2/8/15 9:17:45 PM Permalink

Again, this is a great form!

Tonya Mills

Posted on 2/3/15 2:35:08 PM Permalink

Terrific form!! I will plan to use this for this assignment and many others :)

Albor Moscoso

Posted on 2/3/15 1:49:06 PM Permalink

Thank you for a great template!

John Foley

Posted on 2/2/15 9:00:04 PM Permalink

Its nice to have thinking prompts and a layout.

Deborah Lloyd

Posted on 2/2/15 5:55:40 AM Permalink

Thanks for this template

Cynthia Manrrique

Posted on 1/30/15 4:08:09 AM Permalink

Great help with our assignment. Thanks

Bob Tuttle

Posted on 1/30/15 3:46:43 AM Permalink

This looks like a good form, and I will need to put some time into working on it.

Lauren Abbott

Posted on 1/30/15 3:12:25 AM Permalink


Valerie Agramonte

Posted on 1/29/15 1:42:12 AM Permalink

This is a great template. I cannot wait to dive in!

Sarah Buncum

Posted on 1/28/15 1:56:30 AM Permalink

Great resources! I am in over load.

Gary Crossey

Posted on 1/27/15 11:35:07 PM Permalink


Konstantin Köhler

Posted on 1/26/15 4:02:14 AM Permalink

Thanks for this resource!

Sonya La Raye

Posted on 9/1/14 7:25:26 PM Permalink

It"s a template. Thanks!

Karyn Gleeson

Posted on 8/30/14 3:19:55 AM Permalink

This will help

Shelly Gooden

Posted on 8/30/14 2:26:52 AM Permalink

Thank you for developing and sharing this wonderful resource.

Najet Batnini

Posted on 8/28/14 7:25:40 PM Permalink

Brilliant resource.

Melinda Cowen

Posted on 8/27/14 1:07:33 AM Permalink

This helps, thanks.

Thomas Lerch

Posted on 8/26/14 1:54:52 PM Permalink

Looks great.

Jeannine Burgess

Posted on 8/15/14 5:27:38 PM Permalink

Great Resource.

Ceallaigh Norman

Posted on 8/15/14 3:30:51 AM Permalink

Excellent, this looks like a very good resource.

megha arora

Posted on 8/11/14 7:16:19 AM Permalink


David Onyango

Posted on 8/10/14 7:00:17 PM Permalink

i am glad

Barbara Swanner

Posted on 8/9/14 4:29:24 PM Permalink

Super, thanks!

Ramon Villa

Posted on 8/7/14 4:59:48 PM Permalink


charles desassure

Posted on 8/5/14 1:49:16 AM Permalink

Great! Thanks.

Amanda Hack

Posted on 7/30/14 3:50:20 AM Permalink

Looking forward to getting started :)

Shahal Rajan

Posted on 7/21/14 7:59:30 PM Permalink

Great resource.

Will use it in September for my classes.

Barbara Kerr

Posted on 7/21/14 7:57:55 PM Permalink

I too like this resource. I uploaded my assignment without problem. however, even though I commented on and rated three other participants assignments, this was not reflected on the workshop page. The system is telling me, "You must rate and comment on 3 Assignments before completing this workshop". Help.

Joyce Kemp

Posted on 7/21/14 1:57:40 PM Permalink

This is a fabulous resource! Thank you so much!

Nathan Tillett

Posted on 7/20/14 11:22:43 PM Permalink

Really excited about this sheet and how resourceful it is!!!

judith schwartz

Posted on 7/20/14 7:18:54 PM Permalink

This looks like a great planning sheet. Got to get focused on what I will be teaching first.

Murray Scott

Posted on 7/20/14 9:14:07 AM Permalink

A great plan. Still thinking what I want to do. Do I do something with colleagues? Hard to get them together. Or do I do something with students? A captive audience, and they're adults but I don't know what the class can do yet as they start in a week. Probably Adobe beginners, but some maybe not.

Zoi Tzarta

Posted on 7/18/14 8:46:47 PM Permalink

Wow I am here too! Delayed but I am.. on Friday night? Huh? :D

Shall this this file be a real plan or a fictional one? Because I haven't worked out If I am going to teach Adobe products themselves or my existing lessons (accounting, banking etc) using adobe products and explaining to my students how to use them too ...

Rhonda Fisher

Posted on 7/14/14 10:06:22 PM Permalink

I usually use the Universal Lesson Planner (it's required here). I'll show this to my supervisors and see if they might consider switching.

Carla Sproull

Posted on 7/14/14 7:58:43 PM Permalink

Excellent planning tool. Good planning is the key to learning!

keith petiti

Posted on 7/14/14 3:58:00 PM Permalink

Its real different when you have to actually plan out lesson on paper.

keith petiti

Posted on 7/14/14 3:57:30 PM Permalink

Brian Hillier

Posted on 7/14/14 3:03:17 PM Permalink

Wow ... really makes me think out my lesson plans! I am going to let my students problem solve on their own more than showing them "my way"

keith petiti

Posted on 7/14/14 4:08:16 PM Permalink

You will be surprised what they come up with!!!

keith petiti

Posted on 7/14/14 4:08:22 PM Permalink

You will be surprised what they come up with!!!

keith petiti

Posted on 7/14/14 4:08:25 PM Permalink

You will be surprised what they come up with!!!

AP Session

Posted on 7/14/14 2:19:29 AM Permalink

Time to put my thinking cap on ! Ready. Set. Go.

Dan Bowen

Posted on 7/13/14 11:49:28 PM Permalink

Fab tool

Jerry Holman

Posted on 7/13/14 3:58:34 PM Permalink

Thank you.

Diana Bidulescu

Posted on 7/13/14 3:19:22 PM Permalink

Great organizational tool!

William Brenner

Posted on 7/13/14 7:15:37 AM Permalink

Good resource. Thanks.

Stephanie Davidson

Posted on 7/13/14 1:46:40 AM Permalink

A great tool!

Jenney Grover

Posted on 7/12/14 6:56:31 PM Permalink

Fabulous resource! Thanks for sharing it!

Brenda Soto-Martinez

Posted on 7/12/14 3:09:32 PM Permalink

Thanks for sharing. This can also help me for future training planning.

uma ravi

Posted on 7/12/14 3:08:05 PM Permalink

thank yuo for this resource

Dee Higgs

Posted on 7/12/14 4:02:13 AM Permalink

Thank you for this resource.

Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 7/11/14 8:48:52 PM Permalink

thank you

pre-planning resource is great helpful document for any trainer or instructor

Louis DePriest

Posted on 7/11/14 2:58:14 PM Permalink

Love it. It will guide me in my future PD's.

Bhuvana Sriram

Posted on 7/11/14 2:11:24 PM Permalink

This in future will help us to become a good trainer as well as good teachers.

M. Chow

Posted on 7/11/14 8:31:50 AM Permalink

Thanks, I could use this form for future proposals of courses now!

Cindy Wagner

Posted on 7/11/14 3:05:23 AM Permalink

Good stuff!

Many thanks!

sandro c mendes

Posted on 7/11/14 12:58:18 AM Permalink

Tks Andrea Cebula! ;)

Andrea Cebula

Posted on 7/11/14 6:38:26 PM Permalink

My pleasure, Sandro!

tina ellingwood

Posted on 7/10/14 10:30:42 PM Permalink

Ok this will definitely assist me in a different organized approach. I am switching back and forth from high schoolers to adults so I need this Thanks Adobe

Renee Sarmiento

Posted on 7/10/14 4:27:03 PM Permalink

Did I do something wrong? I saved my assignment and then submitted it where it said to upload. I clicked "save and publish" and I can now see my reflection comment, but not the file. Should I resubmit it?


Andrea Cebula

Posted on 7/11/14 12:52:08 AM Permalink

Hi Renee, you can go back to your assignment and edit it. Try to attach again and see what happens!

amy caterina

Posted on 7/11/14 2:33:41 AM Permalink

I have "the confusion" again. I published my week 2 exercise but cannot find the forum to view my fellow classmates. Am I missing a giant link somewhere obvious?
Thank you!!

M. Chow

Posted on 7/11/14 5:42:17 AM Permalink

Hi Amy,
You may be ahead of everyone else hence why you can’t see your fellow classmates assignments? It is weird though, that you can’t see it yet. Maybe clear you cookies and cache in your web browser and sign back in.

I will be trying to upload my assignment within an hour. If I see other classmates assignments, I will post the link back in this discussion.

Here are a few links including mine.

But, if you click on this link:

Click on the Group ? in Blue, and this is the link that you can review your classmates files!

Andrea Cebula

Posted on 7/11/14 6:35:35 PM Permalink

Thank you for helping, M!

Andrea Cebula

Posted on 7/11/14 6:37:49 PM Permalink

Good question, Amy! There is no forum. You have to enter where it says to rate and comment on others assignments and then use the search tool in the top right and search for Group B. M. Chow is correct in that there weren't very many posted as of Wednesday, so you might have been one of the first ones, that is why you weren't seeing others.

keith petiti

Posted on 7/14/14 4:09:53 PM Permalink

Have you found out how to get this solved? I have the same problem

amy caterina

Posted on 7/10/14 3:58:29 AM Permalink

I can pick one of my digital college classes for this assignment? There is a photoshop class that I would like to model for development plan. Yay!

En-ling Lu

Posted on 7/10/14 4:29:16 PM Permalink

Your digital college class sounds really great! I wish to see your plan :)

Joseph Walsh

Posted on 7/10/14 3:42:14 AM Permalink

Boom, that just happened.

Thomas Jenkins

Posted on 7/9/14 6:52:04 PM Permalink

This sheet is really going to help me in becoming a better trainer

Fabrice Deraedt

Posted on 7/9/14 2:18:19 PM Permalink

Excellent piece of information, thanks Adobe!

Carmen Fisher

Posted on 7/8/14 7:54:10 AM Permalink

I agree!