This is the curriculum map, standards-aligned, activities, assessments, etc.
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adobe Spark
- After Effects
- Adobe XD
- Adobe Advertising Cloud
- Adobe Analytics Cloud
- Adobe AIR
- Business Catalyst
- Adobe Captivate
- Adobe Captivate Prime
- Adobe Capture CC
- Character Animator
- Adobe Comp CC
- 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
Founder of Edge Gain and producer of the Adobe EdEx courses.
Joe Dockery teaches digital arts courses at Mount Si High School and designs the video curriculum for BrainBuffet's ACAtestprep.com.
I have been approached by my administrator to consider replacing the Mac computers in my classroom with PC. The Technology department does not like maintaining the Mac lab. I would like to get some feedback regarding current industry standards. What are you using in your classroom/business? Is Mac still the goto graphics platform? Thanks for your input.
I am self taught in video, photography, and graphic design and love doing all three in both my professional and personal life!
Secondary level photography & digital arts teacher in f2f, online, and hybrid environments. Presenter of technology related professional development.
An Adobe evangelist and technologist, specialising in assemblage design, digital publishing and WIN WIN WIN collaborationist.
I am a Visual Communication Designer. Freelancer. Career emphasis on digital publications for education (K-12).
Professor at PUC-SP. PhD in Technology of Intelligence and Digital Design -PUCSP. Master's in Architecture at USP. Bachelor's degree/MBA in Marketing. Design
I have been teaching at Katy High School since 1993. I teach AV Production and I sponsor the student television group at the school.
Pete MacKay has taught in Alberta since 1990. An AEL since August 2012, he is the Department Head of CTS for WP Wagner High School in Edmonton, Alberta.
Art school degree in 1993 Photography, Educator degree in 1995 Working as a teacher since 1994 ACI on Photoshop, Muse, Lightroom and InDesign
After working in broadcast management and production and corporate communication, I transitioned to the education. Now, I teach digital media in all forms.
I taught visual art for a number of years before discovering my true passion for helping learners work with digital media, the social web and big ideas.
Capturing student learning is very important in teaching. I am often assigned large web-based, highly technical rigorous sections of courses involving 3D modeling. The challenge I had was really not trying to convince myself that the students were learning but how do you convince the student that they have improved. Many students don't take time to appreciate the "small accomplishments". In a cultural where everything is fast and must be done quickly to move to the next task it is important students have time to reflect on their successes. Most importantly it is important students understand why they have been tasked a particular assignment. I usually do a pre and then a post assignment assessment. The results have been very positive with the students. I have seen growth in: self confidenceaccountabilitybetter planning and organization for the next projectsoverall improvement in grasping of course objectives I have provide a sample post assessment questionnaire I use on my web courses for your adaptation. In my experience, this can be ported to any technical/theoretical project. Enjoy!
SUMMARY: A weekly, self and peer-evaluated creative response using text and image to address weekly themes. The weekly projects take a social media campaign approach to encourage students to actively respond to and engage with a range of current, socially, economically and politically important issues using text image and social media platforms. Target audience demographics help to determine distribution channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) and formatting as well as message content and tone.. Photoshop and its companion tools can be used to generate custom imagery Spark Post is used to create and design the content. BACKGROUND: According to the Meeker Internet Report almost TWO BILLION IMAGES PER DAY are uploaded to the internet! To say that we are awash in imagery is a massive understatement. Developing strong visual literacy is essential to both understanding the influence that images exert on us as well as using them to enhance our own communications is crucial. The next step beyond developing a critical eye for image composition and their rhetorical use in media is understanding the reciprocal functions of text and image and the dynamic relationships that exist between them. Text invites the reader to participate in the process of meaning making by invoking their own imagination to conjure up associated imagery from their own minds using their own experiences and creative capacities as tools. Image, on the other hand, leaves less to the imagination. Certainly one could speculate on what lies beyond the frame, what happened in the moments before or after the picture was taken, what the photographer was attempting to capture or convey in the composition of the frame or in the choice of lighting. They do possess the capacity to shock, scare, inspire awe and wonder and work often on a more emotional and psychological level as we identify and relate to the things represented. To some extent an image could be interpreted in descriptive prose or could inspire more poetic textual responses but the point is that both elements engage different aspects of the brain and self—images to the right and text to the left hemisphere—the irrational, symbolic and the rational logical, respectively. This is what makes the simultaneous use of both elements so interesting in that it delivers the potential for a /playful and powerful synthesis where new, and possibly more profound, meaning is created. The trick is to play with the tension between the text and the image—neither element being allowed to dominate the other—both elements possessing their own unique power and meaning when held alone but, taken together, move us in an unexpected, surprising, inspiring and often humorous new direction. PROJECT SPECS: Duration: 10 minutes per day to introduce and discuss the theme, intended audience and campaign hashtag. 30 minutes to creatively respond by generating a Meme in Adobe Spark Post (more time may be needed if students will be generating original or derivative works in Photoshop).. STEP 1: Discuss the campaign theme with classmates (ageing, poverty, environmental degradation, democracy, etc.) and gather general impressions (we often use a collective mind-map either on a white board or on iPad using Simple Mind Map. STEP 2: Decide on your target audience demographics and the appropriate distribution channel and format (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter). STEP 3: Create or source your imagery. STEP 4: Word play (you can begin with using quotes from others and progress to using their own words) generates textual responses. Try to encourage them not to be too literal or obvious in their text such as: "Poverty is bad" or "Pollution hurts us all". Encourage them to try and see the issue from a very different perspective. STEP 5: Put the text and the image together and consider the combined effect on the message. Stay open to finding better imagery or re-working the text. STEP 6: Consider colour and font usage appropriate to the idea you wish to promote, the audience you are speaking to and the effect you wish to have on them. STEP 7: Consider layout and readability—is the text difficult to read because of a busy and varied background? Is the type obscuring the image too much? STEP 8: Include your campaign hashtag and then download or share on social media where appropriate. STEP 9: Evaluate your work and the submission of ONE PEER using the rubric provided. STEP 10: Participate in the weekly class reviews of your collective responses ( The teacher can lead this off. We project our iPads wirelessly and deconstruct each submission but you can also aggregate social media hashtags and look at submissions via twitter, instagram, etc. or simply view downloaded images in class. SAMPLE CAMPAIGN BRIEFS: Civility—our collective ability to develop and live with a set of publicly accepted standards, rules, protocols or behaviours that help to make public life or engagement with others more respectful, humane or liveable. Simple examples could range anywhere from saying please and thank you to giving up a seat on public transit to an elderly or infirmed person, holding a door open for someone, helping a neighbour or a newcomer, etc. It is rooted in mutual respect and empathy. The meme should engage the viewer to reflect on what civility, or lack thereof, looks and feels like in order to promote more civil-minded behaviour. REMEMBER to use your own words from now on! Hashtag is #CivilLives Empathy—the ability to appreciate and understand the reality of others—their feelings, their hopes, dreams fears, social and economic situation, beliefs, realities, etc. so that we can communicate and work with and for them more effectively. The campaign hashtag is #WalkInMyShoes SAMPLE STUDENT WORK ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Memes will combine an image and accompanying text in creative ways that speaks to or reveals perspectives, ideas and opinions surrounding the theme. 1. Image quality: Is the image of good quality? Is it visible, identifiable and free of distortions. Is it cropped properly for the appropriate distribution channel? 2. Readability: Is the type easy to read? 3. Grammar and Spelling: Does the text use proper grammar and spelling appropriate to the message? (ie if misspelling and poor grammar are being used with a purpose in mind that is different from an outright error) 4. Messaging: The juxtaposition of the text and the image combine to achieve a new meaning or work well together to enhance meaning. 5. Layout: The positioning of the image and text relative to one another works in a way that allows them to be considered in isolation as well as in combination without one obscuring the other. The elements work together in harmony to create a unified look and meaning.
This is just a fun question. Does anyone else share their Adobe Education Exchange status or badges on social network? I know it's silly and teachers use the same sort of award system to motivate children but I am a sucker for Leveling Up! Happy Sharing! Dan
My first interests in the creative world were drawing and sculpting, then after receiving my college degree I was passionate about digital multimedia design.
Previous project manager. Currently studying fullstack software development
High School teachers how do you plan to use adobe photoshop for chromebooks in your classroom?