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Every student has a cell phone or tablet, right? Well, then they can do this assignment! Adobe Voice is slick, easy, fast, and fun! The results are terrific. Have your students tell a story using selected images by MC Escher, mostly his Castrovalva, shown here. Sample Voice made from the assignment: https://voice.adobe.com/a/JVG0L/ Attached is Three page document, Sheet of Cropped Views (PDF): MC Escher's Castrovalva. 10 images created from Castrovalva- re-framed, enlarged, and/or cropped showing file names and ideas for story themes. Three other Escher images to use. Assignment sheet with tips and instructions (PDF format AND InDesign .IDML format so that you can customize to your needs)Rubric (page 2 of the Assignment sheet)Teacher Notes (PDF format)13 images (PNG format) in a .zip file to be used in the assignment Let me know how it goes in your classroom. I did it with Grade 6 students with terrific success.
Students used Adobe Voice to explain the design process and development of their logo idea for the 80th year celebration of Marketing Education. This sample is based on graphic design, however any subject could use these Adobe Voice examples in their classroom. When looking for resources on how I could incorporate Adobe Voice into my lessons, I had a hard time find examples that really applied to my classroom. So this lesson is not on how to design a logo, but more on how I applied using Adobe Voice to the student's project. My students narrowed down the 16+ rough sketches for the logo to three ideas that they wanted to explore further. The students developed those 3 ideas into 3 final products which were then emailed to the client. The client went through all the logos and picked one logo from each student that would be presented to the client "live" in the classroom at a later date. I still want to hear about the other 2 ideas that the students had developed. This is where Adobe Voice played an important role. The students used it as a presentation tool to show me their thought process/design development of the 2 non-selected logos. It was great to see what they were thinking while creating the logo and that they had a quick way to accomplish that task.
Hello Everyone, I would like to create a syllabus for Adobe Voice to include the following: Introduction to Adobe Voice InterfaceStructuring your class for collaborationBasics of StoryboardingBasics of Scriptwriting3-5 Project Ideas (preferably with examples of student work) If you can reply to this thread with resources, I will aggregate them into a syllabus and share it with you all.
Hello I am a librarian and I teach 800 students. Can my students use my Adobe account to log on to logon and use Adobe Voice? I have about 30 students per class. Does anyone know. Thanks!
Hi everybody, I am new to the Adobe Education Exchange and wondered how people were using Adobe voice in the classroom?
In this session we are going to learn basic functions of the Adobe Voice mobile app and create a presentation in teams of two.
This session is designed to be introduction to the Adobe Voice. The learning objective will be to explore ideas and ways to use Adobe Voice to as a creative tool for presenting ideas and provide engaging ways to introduce new concepts. At the end of the professional development, participants will be able to apply basic functionalities to successfully navigate the Adobe Voice App. and will create a foundation to their first lesson for students through Adobe Voice. The participants should be able to identify and apply the basic operations of the app. and produce an intro presentation to share with others.
Are you using Adobe Voice, Adobe Slate, and Adobe Post in the classroom? We just published this Guide For Schools & Educators that provides useful notes, instructions, and tips. --- Ben
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My colleague Tracy and I designed this presentation for our summer digital learning conference (hence theme Ride the Wave). It is a presentation that showcases a variety of lesson ideas for using Adobe Voice. Each lesson idea comes complete with a sample, project lesson plan, and a student planning sheet/page.
This project was designed to help students learn about the various contributions of African Americans. Students' finished projects were broadcast on the school announcements during February (Black History Month). Students used Adobe Voice to publish their final projects. We had students work in pairs but it could easily be done independently. It took about 6 days to complete this project and most of the days were on researching the person they would feature for their story.
Here's a tip for our friends across the pond. Given your current election fever how about using Adobe Voice with students to create a promotional video (I think you call them TV Spots) for a made up political party or candidate. They can have so much fun recording their views and campaign promises in words and pictures. It's so quick and easy to get great results and it's a great politics lesson starter. The YouTube channel Focus Apps has a quick tutorial to help you get going with voice... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJxayb958oI
This is a training video for any educator, teacher or lecturer who wants to incorporate this pretty awesome free app into their classroom and teaching, This video in an in-depth tutorial on how to set up voice, what makes a good presentation and when and where it can be used in the teaching room. Students will love this to create stories, educators are using it to introduce an ideas and its a brilliant tool to use for pitching. Whats even better, is its free.
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Help students create terrific presentations with Adobe Spark Video by using these planning worksheets. Planning Introduction Worksheet - Use this worksheet to have students choose the Structure, the Theme, and the Music of their presentation. I have updated the worksheet to match the new structures that are in the updated version of the Adobe Spark Video App. Planning Layout Worksheet - Use this sheet to have students plan each slide of their presentation. Structure Templates - The App has seven structures that students can use to help guide them in creating their presentation. I have created templates that follow the arrangement that Adobe Spark Video has in each of the seven structures. Those structures are: Promote an Idea, Tell What Happened, A Hero's Journey, Show and Tell, Personal Growth, Teach a Lesson, and An Invitation. Adobe Spark Video is made so that so students can plan and create while using their iPad/iPhone and now their computer! However, if your school is like our school, we must share our technology with other classrooms. Since our time with the technology is limited, I find that it is helpful that students have organized their thoughts and planned their presentations before they can create their presentation. Once the students have created a few Spark Videos using the templates, have them try creating a Video without a template! Spark Video is so easy to use that students can do their planning and creating at the same time.
Using Adobe Voice is so simple. Show this quick video to inspire other "Voice Newbies" to show their stories!
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