This is a test syllabus of the system.
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adobe Spark
- After Effects
- Photoshop Lightroom
- Experience Design (Beta)
- Adobe AIR
- Animate CC
- Business Catalyst
- Adobe Captivate
- Adobe Capture CC
- Character Animator
- Adobe Comp CC
- Adobe Connect
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Digital Editions
- Digital Publishing Solution
- Adobe Document Cloud
- Edge Animate
- Edge Inspect
- Edge Reflow
- Flash Builder
- Flash Player
- Adobe Fuse (Preview)
- Illustrator Draw
- Ink & Slide
- Adobe Marketing Cloud
- Media Encoder
- Adobe Media Server
- PhoneGap Build
- Photoshop Elements
- Photoshop Fix
- Photoshop Mix
- Photoshop Sketch
- Premiere Clip
- Adobe Premiere Elements
- Adobe Preview CC
- Adobe Scout
- Adobe Sign
- Adobe Stock
This learning module teaches students how scientific writing and research work by immersing them in the research, writing, and publication of a scientific article for publication for a popular, lay audience. The students work together to compile a collection of popular magazine-style scientific articles for a magazine like Popular Science or Scientific American. Each student contributes an article to the compilation. The primary goal and outcome of the project is for the students to deepen their understanding of how science and scientific communication works. As such, Adobe InDesign is a means to the end of disciplinary learning and not the end itself. However, students are likely to develop their skills with InDesign quite effectively along the way, because they are immersed in an experiential learning project, potentially with a real, public audience for their work. The module includes five pieces: (1) a brief, narrated video overview from the instructor about the project;(2) the assignment prompt, rubric, and supporting documents;(3) sample student work;(4) lesson plans for organizing and developing the student project;(5) link to tutorial videos that can be used to teach InDesign skills that students need for the project.
In this introductory lesson, students practice creating shapes, duplicating (alt+drag), adding effects/distorts, and locate specific swtah libraries.
short presentation of the life cycle of a frog.
This is a great reinforcement tool to teach how to use Adjustment Layers and Masking.
Once students learn to use the Content Aware Move, have them try this fun lesson and moving and resizing with Content Aware.
A helpful training for educating
In this project, students use Adobe Creative Cloud to design and create two emojis—a Disney character and an unrelated historical person. Using the emojis as avatars, they write a fictional text message dialogue conversing about a topic of mutual interest. What would Elsa and Al Gore discuss? Or Nemo and Jacques Cousteau? The goal is for students to communicate their understanding of their chosen characters in a fun, creative and visual way. Learning Objectives Use Adobe Creative Cloud to create Disney character and historical person emojisWrite a text message dialogue using the emojis as avatarsPresent the dialogue and reflect on their learning Integrate this project into your curriculum and use it in conjunction with the Disney and Adobe emoji contest (see below). One Small emoji. One big opportunity. Enter to win the Disney and Adobe emoji contest* Students - create and submit an original emoji of your favorite Disney character between Feb 16and Mar 9, 2017. If you’re one of the five grand prize winners, you’ll be invited on a five-day trip to Disney Interactive in Los Angeles, California, where you’ll meet with the team behind Disney’s “As Told by Emoji” video series. Disney and Adobe creative pros will show you what’s possible with Adobe Creative Cloud tools. * Open to students in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, UK, US, Age 18-24 enrolled in a higher educational institution. No Purchase Necessary. Ends 3/9/17. Visit Disney.com/EmojiContest for Official Rules.
In this project, students use Adobe Creative Cloud to design and create an emoji of a Disney character. Working in groups, students use the “yes, and...” improvisational technique to write a story that includes each student’s emoji. The goal is for students to understand how to use digital media to communicate their ideas and help viewers visualize and understand their story. Learning Objectives Use Adobe Creative Cloud to create Disney character emojisCollaboratively write a story including the emojisPresent the story and reflect on their learning Integrate this project into your curriculum and use it in conjunction with the Disney and Adobe emoji contest (see below). One Small emoji. One big opportunity. Enter to win the Disney and Adobe emoji contest* Students - create and submit an original emoji of your favorite Disney character between Feb 16 and Mar 9, 2017. If you’re one of the five grand prize winners, you’ll be invited on a five-day trip to Disney Interactive in Los Angeles, California, where you’ll meet with the team behind Disney’s “As Told by Emoji” video series. Disney and Adobe creative pros will show you what’s possible with Adobe Creative Cloud tools. * Open to students in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, UK, US, Age 18-24 enrolled in a higher educational institution. No Purchase Necessary. Ends 3/9/17. Visit Disney.com/EmojiContest for Official Rules.
In this age of electronic messaging, it's hard to beat the feeling of receiving a physical piece of mail in the post box. Here’s a project where we’ll create a customized envelope.
There are a lot of motorcycle clubs in North America - some are recreational, some not-so-recreational. Regardless of their purpose, the logos they use to represent their clubs have a distinct set of characteristics like rocker badges that may show a location for the club chapter, skulls, wings, flags and other symbology is typical as well. This lesson is an extension of the Stenciled Message resource found at https://edex.adobe.com/en/resource/682a6208/.
I saw a photograph somewhere my social media stream and wondered how easy it would be to recreate using Adobe Illustrator. We’ll learn a new technique, an object envelope, to distort the letters. Envelopes are objects that distort or reshape selected objects. The resulting image can be shared online or printed out for a t-shirt heat press.
learn how to edit
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his all day workshop with teachers from Catholic schools in the NSW Hunter region on Friday 17th February, 2017 Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via:http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-eventsJoin the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to say in touch with Adobe in Education https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via http://timkitchen.net/ and CreateEdu TV http://bit.ly/CreateEduTV
How to create a short Business Avert video clip. In this tutorial you will be using various media such as Videos images, sound and sequence animation to create a short business advert using Photoshop. You will Learn how: To manipulate the duration and speed of a video.To Add images and videos To create text in a video clipTo import a sequence animationTo set transitions and use timeline properties Click here to download resources
Overview: Barriers to EducationMultiple IntelligencesLearner Types VisualAuditoryRead/WriteKinestheticTips for Visual LearnersResources
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen at an educators professional learning event on 13th Feb, 2017 at Adobe's Sydney office. Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via:http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-eventsJoin the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to say in touch with Adobe in Education https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via https://timkitchen.net/ and CreateEdu TV https://timkitchen.net/
Supported reading - online - MYON audio and graphic novel support in English and Spanish www.myon.com
Standards for ELLs aligned to Common Core Big shift from teaching English as a Second Language using forms and functions to a new approach designed by West Ed, Stanford and Gates.
This activity is designed to provide an introduction to students about coral reefs. Students will be able to explore coral reefs through a virtual dive. Students will learn about the role of biodiversity, oceanography and other factors that lead to the development of the coral reef ecosystem. Students will learn important terms, identify organisms, and learn what it takes to make a healthy coral reef and where reefs are found today. Take students on a virtual dive via PowerPoint through the diverse coral reef ecosystem. Learn about present distribution of reef organisms, what makes up a coral reef.
This is test of the system
For the last 18 weeks or so I've been posting short Photoshop tutorials on youtube, from basics to "hidden" tricks. I thought these might be of interest to folks who want some resources to share with their students. Here's a link to the playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3RYNlwV1A_pfxi_SHRRh9nwzHy58bco3
Students learning how to use the tools in Adobe Illustrator such as the shape tool, shape builder, pathfinder and gradient can create their own emoji and replicate their favorite emoji. It is also important they already know about anchor points, handles and direct section tool. It will teach students how to visualize shapes and with what shapes are the emojis made? Also, how to best communicate an expression visually.
Practice your masking techniques – and review your principles of color theory – with this challenge project! You'll create an epic color wheel using real life objects to represent each color swatch. This thematic wheel is also a perfect opportunity to practice your design skills of alignment and balance. There are so many cool opportunities for themes to explore here, so get creative and think outside the box… I mean, wheel! This project is an extension that pairs with Project 6 from the Photoshop CC 2015 curriculum at ACATestPrep.com.