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    Working with type in Illustrator Digital Asset by Fred Benitez Mar 22, 2017 Products Illustrator 0 0

    I use this file as a way to reinforce early users on using type in Illustrator. The file introduces using type on a path, area type tool, and adjusting type layouts. I added two challenges in the file (with tips in hidden layers) as a quick way for students to test their abilities and for teachers to easily gauge who has learned the content. I hope you find this helpful.

    NCAA March Maddness Basketball Pennant Project by Edward Tilley Mar 22, 2017 Products Photoshop Illustrator 0 0

    You will find the College logo that you have drawn thru a blind draw. You will trace the school logo and try to match the school's colors of your team. You will make an 11 x 17 Triangle/Pennant in Adobe Illustrator. You will color in the pennant the colors of the your team. You will them print it out on 11 x 17 paper and hang it the hallway.

    Teaching & Learning with Creativity Tools from Adobe - Monash Uni    Presentation by Tim Kitchen Mar 21, 2017 Products Adobe Creative Cloud Premiere Clip Adobe Spark
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    This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his workshop/presentation with Pre-service teachers at Monash University on 22nd March, 2017. Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via:

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    Constrution Technical Tutorial by Caleb David Mar 19, 2017 Products Dreamweaver 17 0

    Small steps to build at an organic and gemoetric level

    Sound output volume test file Web Link by Chris Clark Mar 17, 2017 Products Audition Adobe Premiere Pro 36 0

    Play this clip before recording audio or video; use it as a reference point for standard output volume on your speakers or a headset. This will help insure that the input level is correct. Novices often don't realize they have the output level set high, and then record without monitoring the input volume level. When the novice listens to the recording they will think the level is high enough, when it is actually low. [the text of the recording is from "Once On A Time" by A. A. Milne]

    Images for learning Presentation by Chris Clark Mar 16, 2017 Products Photoshop Illustrator 44 0

    The amount of meaning that images add to a website, presentation, or document varies greatly. Some are merely decorative, while others help explain complex relationships. This presentation provides visual examples of several of the "multimedia principles" that have emerged from the work of Richard Mayer and others, such as Ruth Clark.

    Just because you COULD use Photoshop, it doesn’t mean you SHOULD have. Presentation by Stephen Spicer Mar 16, 2017 Products Acrobat Photoshop Illustrator
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    This is a short presentation I did for my print publishing students who insist on using Photoshop for every graphical problem. It examines what (in my view) is the correct application for a given task. It starts with a large group of CC icons and then focusses on ID, AI and PSD. Some of the categorisation may appear simplistic to some, and I would agree. But I'm just trying to get them to appreciate other applications. At the end I give my strategy - short sharp demos and projects so they can put stuff into practice. For the curious, the font is Subway Novella and most of the images are from Ads that first appeared in the 1930s and 40s. As far as I can find out the images should be either covered by public domain or fair use. If that's not the case please let me know.

    Teaching & Learning with Creativity Tools from Adobe in Victorian Classrooms - PL session in Melbourne    Presentation by Tim Kitchen Mar 16, 2017 Products Muse Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Premiere Pro
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    This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his Professional Learning session with Victorian educators at the Adobe Melbourne office on 16th March, 2017 Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via:

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    Emoji Activity Digital Asset by Aaron Roth Mar 13, 2017 Products Illustrator 44 1

    Students will learn how to manipulate shapes and colors in Illustrator by customizing three emoji faces. This assignment is to help introduce students to the layout and feel of Illustrator by having them just focus on a few different controls: Changing sizes of shapes, changing colors and combining different shapes to create an image. I teach this lesson before we go over the pen tool. Students open up the template file with different emoji components already created. They simply create their own emojis by dragging the different parts over to one of the three faces. They can change colors of different components and for those who need more of a challenge I will push them to try and create their own shapes with the pen tool or paint brush.

    ICTENSW Conference - A Day with Adobe    Presentation by Tim Kitchen Mar 9, 2017 Products Muse Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Premiere Pro
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    This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his workshop/presentations at the ICTENSW Conference (A Day with Adobe Sessions) on 10th March, 2017. Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via:

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    Teaching & Learning with Creativity Tools from Adobe - Toorak College event    Presentation by Tim Kitchen Mar 3, 2017 Products Muse Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Premiere Pro
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    This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his workshop/presentation at the professional learning event at Toorak College on Monday 6th March, 2017 Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via:

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    Adobe Education Train the Trainer: Creative Cloud June-August 2017 Course Jun 12, 2017 - Aug 23, 2017 Enrolling Products Acrobat Audition Adobe Premiere Pro
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    Adobe Education Train the Trainer is a free, eight-week online course designed to equip K12 - Higher Ed education trainers worldwide with the knowledge and skills to successfully design and deliver effective, engaging professional development utilizing Ad

    Advanced Graphic Design Class Handbook Web Link by Angela Wong Mar 1, 2017 Products Adobe Spark 0 0

    I used Adobe Spark to create class handbooks for my students this year. I wanted to share one of them to show what it looks like and perhaps it will spark someone else to want to create one for their class(es). It's a nice way to send the students one link with all the basic information they need to know to be successful throughout the semester. I included student artwork and the title image of wood type is one I took while on a fellowship.

    Yearbook Participation Rubric Assessment by Angela Wong Mar 1, 2017 Products InDesign 0 0

    I have my students complete this as a self-assessment at the end of each week. I review their self-assessment and make changes when/if necessary based on my observations of the students during class. I enter this as a bi weekly participation grade, which is 40% of their semester grade. I have participation rated so highly in my yearbook course because collaboration and working as a team is KEY to getting the yearbook completed on time and meeting our deadlines. This rubric can be adjusted to meet many needs for a variety of classes where participation is being assessed. My yearbook class is a full year course for grades 9-12 that meets 2-3 times a week for 80 minute periods.

    Yearbook Spread Layout Rubric Assessment by Angela Wong Mar 1, 2017 Products Photoshop InDesign 0 0

    A rubric to assess students' creation of a spread for the book. Assesses their skills with the overall first impression, dominance, typography and alignment. I have editors and a managing editor use this rubric to assess yearbook staff members' spreads. They return the rubric, filled out, to the staff member so they can see the feedback and make changes to their spread. Once they are done making suggested edits, they return the rubric to me and I assess the changes they made and give the final overall grade.

    Social Cause Poster Lesson Plan by Angela Wong Feb 28, 2017 Products Photoshop Illustrator 35 3

    Students will learn about and gain a deeper understanding of a social cause or social justice event/group that they have a personal interest in. Students will take their newly learned knowledge and apply it to the creation of a poster that advertises the social cause or the social justice event/group they stand for. Students will be able to apply newly acquired typographical skills along with previously learned knowledge in Photoshop and Illustrator when creating their poster.

    Animation Timeline Presentation by Christopher Rozitis Feb 28, 2017 Products Photoshop Illustrator 9 0

    This is an interactive timeline or history of animation from 1868 to 2005. This learning object is very basic...let me know if I should add anymore names or topics.

    Adobe Spark How To Presentation by Fred Benitez Feb 27, 2017 Products Adobe Spark 0 0

    Fellow Adobe Education Leader Rich Lombardo and I created this instructional Page for English Language Arts students and teachers who wanted to use Spark. The page includes instructions for creating an account (under 13 used a teacher created adobe login), using page, post, and video, and it includes a finished student sample.

    A-Z Picture Forum Presentation by Christopher Rozitis Feb 27, 2017 Products Photoshop Presenter Illustrator 0 0

    In my online photography class, I have the students take 26 pictures that are related to the alphabet. Here are my instructions: You will post 26 pictures here in a presentation tool of your choice. Each slide will have one picture that will be themed on one letter of the alphabet. The picture can directly include the letter or the subject may somehow be indirectly related to that letter. BE CREATIVE. You must: Post your pictures.Reply to the post before and after yours to help the other students improve their presentations. Use the following ideas for feedback: “I like the fact that...” (complement - one comment of praise about something you valued)“I wonder if...” (constructive criticism - one question about something that wasn't clear)“A good next step might be...” (go big - one suggestion that you think would improve the assignment)

    Meaning of Peace Project by Christopher Rozitis Feb 27, 2017 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Dreamweaver Photoshop
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    In a face-to-face classroom, you can easily moderate a discussion on the Paris Massacres that occurred on Friday, November 13, 2015. The question is, how do you moderate an emotional (anger-filled, confusing, etc.) discussion topic, in an online class? Do you have a discussion within your online class or as a whole school? Russel Tarr (@russeltarr) says that “…feeling emotional does not mean that we need to stop thinking, or that it is somehow distasteful to reflect rationally on the atrocity that has happened.” Tarr has three lessons on the Paris Massacres ( https://goo.gl/rZq6AS). The lessons topics include: Seeing through the eyes of other people within France.See through the eyes of other countries who are suffering terror attacks.Seeing through the eyes of the terrorists themselves. Each of the topics has discussion points, web links, and suggested tasks. In an online school, I would suggest finding a couple of teachers (and or students) that would like to moderate an asynchronous online discussion on one or more of Tarr’s topics. At the online school, I am at, we had a whole school discussion through the eLibrary. All the school’s students have access to the eLibrary. Another idea for students to share their feelings is to create peace symbols for different cities or countries. The image to the right, by French visual artist, Jean Jullien ( http://jeanjullien.com/),is an example of self-expression to help himself and others process the Paris Massacres. These are the instructions that I gave to my online students In the aftermath of the Paris attacks (11-13-15), the "Peace for Paris" image by Jean Jullien ( https://goo.gl/K1Swne) went viral on social media. This symbol is specific to Paris even though its underlying meaning is that of wishing for peace around the world. I want to challenge you to explore... What peace mean to you? You can convey your thoughts in poetry, photography, graphics, art, dance, music, etc. You can simply type your thoughts, upload a picture you have taken or designed, add a link to a video you've created, etc. The possibilities are endless. Let's put a spotlight on peace.

    Teaching and Learning with Creative Tools from Adobe - QLD PL Event    Presentation by Tim Kitchen Feb 26, 2017 Products Acrobat Muse Adobe Creative Cloud
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    This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his workshop/presentation for QLD educators on Tuesday 28th February, hosted by Brigidine College in Brisbane. Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via:

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    PD: Creativity and Digital Storytelling with Adobe Spark Technical Tutorial by Ben Forta Feb 26, 2017 Products Adobe Spark 3.5k 6

    Students (and their teachers) love Adobe Spark and its ability to create beautiful videos, web stories, and graphics. The apps are fun, engaging, and actively encourage creative expression. Adobe Spark is incredibly easy to learn, so formal instruction and training is rarely needed. What educators do ask for, however, is guidance on how Spark can, and should, be used in the classroom. Over the past couple of years, Adobe educators have been conducting in-school and online professional development focused on creativity, digital storytelling, and the role that Adobe Spark plays in supporting the same. This kit is the culmination of these efforts. It contains everything you need to host your own productive and informative in-school PD session. The kit contains everything you need to host a successful Professional Development session on Creativity and Digital Storytelling with Adobe Spark: Instructor notesSlidesParticipant guideEducation guideEvent invitationDetails on how to get Spark branded handouts The Adobe Spark team plans to update the kit regularly, so any and all feedback is appreciated.

    Current Event Collage Lesson Plan by Angela Wong Feb 25, 2017 Products Photoshop 28 0

    This lesson is the end cap to many smaller lessons that acclimate students to the PS workspace, selection tools, photo editing options, blending modes, and color replacement tool. Students learn about juxtaposition and storytelling in artwork. Students then choose a current event from the past year and create a composite image to tell the story of that current event. Since they are using images from the web, it is required that they change images dramatically as well as create a works cited to give credit to the original owner of the photo. Students really enjoy this assignment because it allows them to choose their own area of interest while still meeting the goals of the assignment. Students participate in a group critique at the end of the assignment. Objectives: Students will be able to successfully utilize juxtaposition in digital artwork in order to convey concepts and ideas to the viewer. Students will able to successfully utilize a variety of Photoshop CC tools, specifically the lasso tools, quick select, magic wand, select by color range, blending mode and color replacement tool.