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    Malyneth Dy Member Member Joined Feb 28, 2017 Products Photoshop Illustrator Photoshop Lightroom

    Puneet Mehra Member Member Joined Feb 28, 2017 Products Acrobat Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop
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    Conceptulizer (Ideator), Project Manager, Adobe Certified Expert, Multimedia & Presentation Expert

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

    Chuck Kilbourn Member Member Joined Feb 27, 2017 Products Typekit Acrobat Audition
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    Former high school technology teacher, currently creating courses for faculty and staff in K12.

    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.

    Best ACA resources Discussion by Bethany Dutton Feb 26, 2017 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Dreamweaver Photoshop
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    Hi I know there is a lot out there on Adobe certification resources but was after what you think is best for high school students doing this certification Thanks

    Josh Kupka Member Member Joined Feb 25, 2017 Products Acrobat Audition Adobe Premiere Pro
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    karndev singh Member Participant Joined Feb 25, 2017 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop After Effects
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    Notepad Design and Production Lesson Plan by Pete MacKay Feb 22, 2017 Products Photoshop Illustrator InDesign 154 0

    It is not a difficult task to print a notepad - you just have to know how to do the layout. We’ll do that today using Adobe InDesign to lay out four notepad pages on a regular Letter-sized page. NOTE: You will require a paper shear-cutting device. They are available online for about $300.00 Look for one that clamps the material down and that also has a locking mechanism on the blade-arm so students cannot cut themselves. You will also need to make a notepad clamp out of some scrap wood and cheap hardware.

    ay sher Member Member Joined Feb 22, 2017 Products Photoshop Illustrator InDesign
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