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    Chuck Kilbourn Member Member Joined Feb 27, 2017 Products Typekit Acrobat Audition

    Former high school technology teacher, currently creating courses for faculty and staff in K12.

    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.

    PD: Creativity and Digital Storytelling with Adobe Spark Technical Tutorial by Ben Forta Feb 26, 2017 Products Adobe Spark 11 0

    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 6 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 commercial 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.

    Adrienne Kelly Member Member Joined Feb 24, 2017 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop Flash Player

    My experience using Adobe products includes the usage of InDesign, Photoshop, and Adobe Professional to create graphically beautiful websites, magazines, etc.

    Introduction to Photoshop CC Workbook Project by Lisa Mason Feb 23, 2017 Products Photoshop Bridge 32 0

    This workbook allows students to work at their own pace through a booklet of activities designed to introduce them to the basics of Adobe Photoshop CC including spot blemish tool, liquify tool, cropping techniques, exposure layers, replacing backgrounds, and deleting objects in photos.

    Geronimo Perez Member Member Joined Feb 22, 2017 Products Illustrator Draw Adobe Capture CC Photoshop Mix

    Lyford Middle School teacher

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

    Martin Adams Member Participant Joined Feb 19, 2017 Products Acrobat Adobe Stock Dreamweaver

    Self employed visual artist / web developer with over 35 years in prepress, web and graphic design industry currently running my own line businesses.

    Working with Distorts in Illustrator Technical Tutorial by Fred Benitez Feb 17, 2017 Products Illustrator 23 0

    In this introductory lesson, students practice creating shapes, duplicating (alt+drag), adding effects/distorts, and locate specific swtah libraries.