I ran this program during Spring semester 2016 with success. I will continue this year with a new batch of 3rd and 4th grade students. The children really got into it and were quite competitive. Students earn badges for each of 6 levels.There are 23 steps in all, each designed to be completed in a 55-minute session, making the program 22-23 weeks long. To see the program in progress, go to: http://digicorps.businesscatalyst.com/index.html Please feel free to download and revise anything so that it fits your program. I have included the Illustrator file for the badges so that you can customize them for your program. Included below are: Intro video (made with Adobe Spark).pdfs of every lesson step of the program - editable in Adobe Acrobat DC.ai file of the badges, easy to customize for your program.ai files of the pen-tool worksheets.ai (Illustrator) files of the badges so that you can customize the program for your class! Enjoy! Let me know what you think.
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adobe Spark
- After Effects
- Adobe XD
- Adobe Advertising Cloud
- Adobe Analytics Cloud
- Adobe AIR
- Animate CC
- Business Catalyst
- Adobe Captivate
- Adobe Captivate Prime
- Adobe Capture CC
- Character Animator
- Adobe Comp CC
- Adobe Connect
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Digital Editions
- Adobe Document Cloud
- Adobe Experience Cloud
- Flash Player
- Fuse (Beta)
- Illustrator Draw
- Lightroom Classic
- Adobe Marketing Cloud
- Media Encoder
- Adobe Media Server
- PhoneGap Build
- Photoshop Elements
- Photoshop Express
- Photoshop Fix
- Photoshop Mix
- Photoshop Sketch
- Premiere Clip
- Adobe Premiere Elements
- Adobe Scan
- Adobe Sign
- Adobe Stock
This is the curriculum map, standards-aligned, activities, assessments, etc.
Graphic Design 2 curriculum to build upon the curriculum designed for Graphic Design 1
I've created a sequence of Photoshop projects aligned with the concepts students are exploring in AP Environmental Science (ecosystems, keystone species, evolution, etc). This Google spreadsheet includes video tutorials, anticipated student outcomes, and learning targets. Additionally, I will continue to add to this document as the semester progresses to include new projects, student work, and tutorials. These lessons were designed for students with zero experience with Photoshop. Since we've started integrating Photoshop in to the class, engagement has skyrocketed and students report a deeper appreciation overall for science curriculum. Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions!
Seventy Year 8 students were invited to shape, personalise and participate in their own learning through a Six Hour Story Project in the Term 2 Masterclasses at Merrimac State High School.
A link to a Spark page where I have collated a lot of my resources under the banner of various standards from the Australian Curriculum.
Attached are four different sets of lessons for my computer classes grades 3-8. I try to follow these plans, but often times I find that I need to spend more time on a concept or skill and it throws off the entire schedule - ah, but that is the fun in teaching! I use interactive .pdf files so that I can access the many different resources that I want to show my students. All the sheets were creatied using tables in InDesign. They are designed to be printed on A3 paper, but will also fit Tabloid-size paper.
This is a PDF handout that I wrote for use in my 2-day hands-on classes (and for some on-site training). It covers these topics: InDesign Tools, Panel Shortcuts, Toolbar Layouts, Shortcuts for Nested Tools, Default Workspace, The Control Panel, Collapsible Panel Layout, What is InDesign, Application Frame, Application Bar, Arrange Documents, Changing Preferences, Display Preferences, Setting the Default Font, Preferences Checklist, Smart Text Reflow, Default Hyphenation Settings, Creating a New Document, Document Presets, Primary Text Frame , Page Layout, Character Formatting, Placing Content, Placing Text, Autoflow, Placing Text and Adding Pages, Autocorrect & Dynamic Spell Check, Improved Text Handling, Threading Text | In Port and Out Port, Double-Click to Edit Text, Formatting the Text, Optical Kerning, Text Selection Tips, Type Keyboard Shortcuts, Hidden Characters, Paragraph Formatting, Context Sensitive Menu, Control Panel Menu for Character, Hanging Punctuation, Text Frame Options, Paragraph & Character Styles, Building a Paragraph Style, Space After, Widow & Orphan Control | Keep Options, Building a Character Style, Loading Styles from InDesign Documents, Glyphs Panel , User-specified Glyph Sets , Nested Styles, Keyboard Shortcuts, InDesign Snippets, Graphics Info, Raster or Bitmap, Vector or Bézier Curve , How Resolution Affects File Size, Transforming Raster Images, Color Modes, RGB, CMYK, Grayscale, Bitmap/Line Art, Duotone, Resolution Formula, Ideal Resolution, Common Line Screens, DPI vs PPI , LPI, After the Scan, Resolution vs Quality, Exception to the Rule, Graphic File Formats, Print Formats, PSD, TIFF, EPS (not recommended today), DCS & DCS 2, Web Formats, PNG, JPEG (ok for print today), GIF, Formats to Avoid, PICT, BMP, WMF, Placing Images, Selection vs Direct Selection Tool, Scaling & Fitting Images Using the Control Panel, Reference Point, Enhanced Support for Photoshop, Drag & Drop, Scaling Images, Dynamic Graphics Preview , Info Panel, High Resolution Image Display, Bleed and Slug Preview, Print Preview, Text Wrap, Enhanced Text Wrap, Text Frame Options, Clipping Path, Align Panel, Repeated Transformations, Pathfinder Panel, Merging Objects, Anchored Objects, Photoshop and PDF Layer Support, Object styles, The Pages Panel, Display More Pages in the Pages Panel, CS5 Pages Preference, CS5 Pages Preference, Master Pages, Adding a Page Number, Creating a Section, Spreads, Footnotes, Master Page Settings, Resetting Master Items, Referenced Master Pages, Resetting All Master Items, Master Options, Changing Margins & Columns, Building Templates, Creating a Template, Building a Table of Contents, Creating Dot Leader, Updating the Table of Contents, Formatting the Table of Contents, Setting Tabs, Tab Shortcuts, Tabs Exercise, Working on InDesign Files Created by Others, Opening Documents with TypeKit Fonts, Find Font, Links, Links Icons, Sorting Links, Preflight, Package, Layers, Creating Layers, PDF Font Embed Status, Font Embed Status, Acrobat & Adobe Reader Font Substitution, Loading PDF Settings, Direct Export to PDF, Bookmarks & Buttons in Richly Interactive PDFs , General PDF Settings, Compression Settings, Marks & Bleeds, Output, Advanced, PDF Security, PDF Summary, Save Preset, Printing a PDF, Printing Controls, Setup, Marks & Bleeds, Output, Graphics, Color Management, Book Support, Creating a Book, Custom Numbering Pages, Printing or Exporting a Book, Indexing, Before Generating the Index, Reference Mode, Topic Mode, Code Reference, Creating an Index, Index Tip, Separations Preview Panel, Ink Manager, Mixed Ink Support, Transparency Flattening , 5 Places to Flatten , PDF/x-1a, Incoming Image Formats, PSD or Adobe Format, EPS Format, Transparency Flattener Presets, Story Editor , Large Document Support, High Zoom Levels, Default Document Settings, Quick Apply to Find and Apply Styles, Repeated Transformations, WYSIWYG Font Preview, Shape-to-Shape Conversion, Noise and Spread for Drop Shadows, OH MY!
This is a print and digital resource for a unit on the exploring the work of M.C. Escher, a tessellation design challenge, and an exploration of cultural symbols. This unit was designed with these goals in mind: Have students learn about the graphic design work of M.C Escher. Encourage students to look beyond the facts and pictures or even the stories of an artwork and seek to understand it's cultural, symbolic, and social meaning across cultures. to have students select one of a number of approaches to create a repeat pattern design in the form of a tessellation. This package contains instructions, student samples, downloadable and editable worksheets, reference links and a rubric.
This book leads the beginning student through the basics of Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and Muse. Like tutorials, it presents 'working lessons'. For use with Creative Cloud 2018 versions of the applications. For earlier application versions, see Adobe Design Suite Basics. This version is current as of December 2017.
This is an interactive PDF that connects you to links for lesson plans and resources found in the Adobe Digital Careers Curriculum, from AEL Judy Durkin's educator testimonial in the Introduction to the Adobe Digital Careers Curriculum Professional Development Workshop.
This is a Curriculum Map, Assessments, Activities, Warm-ups, Links. Syllabus for a one-semester class, grades 5-12.
As a recently certified associate and aspiring teacher, I created this brief course that helps prepare students for the Adobe Certifed Associate exam. Each lesson consists of a lecture and 2 activities that reinforce the content learned in the lecture. At the end of each module, there are 2 tests: a MC and Reasoning test (vocabulary and skills) and a visual test (Photoshop demonstration). This is NOT certified by Adobe or Pearson in any way and is free to use/edit for anyone, by anyone. Enjoy! CLICK HERE: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1JhbSsneO4sa0xkWEE5R3RkNGs
This is my curriculum map for the first quarter. Designed for beginning technology students. Basic Internet safety, HTML coding, MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, SPARK
This is a detailed curriculum map with sources & lessons for Art class -middle school/high school. iPad apps and Adobe Spark activities included. Interactive links to resources.
This semester long curriculum introduces students to Adobe Premier and the DSLR as a video tool through 6 teacher directed projects. A self-directed project is also included. Each lesson includes a checklist of objectives for students to meet as well as online resources, rubrics and reflections.
In my Graphic Design 1 curriculum you will find all of the projects I assign students over the course of a semester at the high school that I teach at. You will also find the order in which I teach projects and techniques as students must build upon skills to work towards completing the semester.
Adobe Dreamweaver™ is the cornerstone web design product for Adobe. It is also the beginning certification to acquire if you choose to move further in your web design career! This set of tutorials will help you learn everything you need to know to pass the Adobe Certified Associate exams for versions CC2013 and 2015. (We STRONGLY recommend taking the newest version!) These lessons have been designed and created by Adobe Education Leaders Kim Cavanaugh and Rob Schwartz. This tutorial series is specially designed to cover the latest ACA exam standards as they’re addressed in the new Creative Cloud versions of the examination. With special attention paid to the new Dreamweaver CC interface elements, this series of 49 videos is a perfect way for students to learn the fundamentals of creating HTML and CSS layouts while preparing to take the exam. Through hands-on, activity based projects that focus on the methods used in industry, you will learn everything from basic HTML to CSS stylesheets and uploading your site. This is not just training in the software, it’s training in a career! NOTE: Several videos are offered for free in each of the units. A full set of videos, download materials, and teaching resources are available by subscription at an education-friendly price.
With the advent of responsive web design, developers need flexible graphics that will retain their quality at any size. SVG is the perfect format for responsive logos, icons, and animations. In this tutorial, students will learn three methods for inserting SVG (scalable vector graphics) into web pages. The exercise folder includes the tutorial, a start folder, a completed folder, and an Illustrator example file.
Here is my collection of Adobe Illustrator lessons that make up my larger Graphic Design Unit. I like to start with Adobe Illustrator and then dive in Photoshop.
This unit involves manipulating photos using Adobe Photoshop and introducing the basic tools of Photoshop.
After +100 hours of development and with great help from the AEL community, these "Elements of Art" posters are finally available for purchase at: http://art-heroes.org/support-art-heroes
This syllabus was designed for the entry level multimedia designer. The course content has embedded "experiences" that include graphic design, video production, animation, and an introduction to game design.
This unit of work was designed for Year 7 students, however it can be used for any year group. The booklet steps through a variety of literacy activities, theory tasks and practical tasks using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. The practical tasks are based on the subject of Self Portrait. The booklet contains step by step instructions with screen shots and examples.