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    Photoshop Basics using the AYV Media Mashup activity Technical Tutorial by Katherine Yamashita Nov 12, 2014 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop Adobe Captivate 2.5k 0

    This Basics video uses Photoshop Elements 12 to introduce Photoshop basics by showing a montage and text piece being assembled. Assets for this lesson are included in this resource This video supports the AYV Media Mashup Activity.

    Educator's Guide to the AYV Career Toolkit Digital Asset by Adobe Youth Voices Sep 10, 2014 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop Photoshop Elements
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    This Guide is for Educators to use in tandem with the AYV Career Toolkit. The Career Toolkit is a resource youth may use independently or with the guidance of an educator. The kit provides support, strategies, and activities for youth who are contemplating their career options and preparing for future opportunities.

    welcome Video    Presentation by Dhanaraj Keezhara Mar 22, 2015 Products Photoshop Adobe Premiere Elements 1.8k 0

    welcome video- for AYV Educators and Youth welcome by Dhanaraj Keezhara AYV Lead Educator in Bangalore

    Youth Media | Home Program

    This collection, including media produced by youth, builds on the curricula, toolkits, and stories created by the Adobe Youth Voices program.

    Crossover between Adobe Education and Adobe Youth Voices Essentials Discussion by Jeff Larson Jun 19, 2013 2.2k 1

    As part of some summer work I'm doing, I am looking at the Adobe Education Exchange and the Adobe Youth Voices Essentials sites. I am looking at points of intersection, overlap, and application mostly for the secondary education level, but definitely how it also connects to advanced level skills and work. What I'm wondering, if you have a moment, and any thoughts, is how many of you use both and/or are familiar with AYV curriculum. I know many of you have expressed interest in AYV, but because of grant conditions, are unable to participate in AYV proper (but now Aspire is open to all), but do you make use of any of the curriculum? If so, what do you use and why? And if not, perhaps thoughts on why you haven't? If you haven't looked at Essentials in awhile you might go back and revisit, because as of last summer all the curriculum is available to anyone who has signed up on the site. As a member of Adobe Ed Exchange, what keeps you coming back to the site? What does it offer you that you can't find elsewhere? Are there things you would like to see more of on either site? As an educator I find both sites to be extremely valuable for different aspects of teaching digital media and career technical education, and am hoping to hear your thoughts?

    Does anyone have 4K thoughts - Discussion by Niranjan Meegammana Nov 2, 2015 Products Audition Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop
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    I teach Film Skills at AYV program in Sri Lanka making Short Films.One idea youth came up with was to do a 4K narrative short film for sundanceIts amazing that they have such aspirations. So I want to support them. I have 5D Mark III , 2K / Premiere Pro + After Effects Good ExperiencesOne idea is to shoot RAW using magic lantern for 5D Mark IIII am not sure how to edit 4K --Any of your thoughts will help in this 4K challange

    Adobe Youth Voices Guide Digital Asset by Adobe Youth Voices Sep 10, 2014 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop Adobe Spark
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    The AYV Guide is intended to both orient and support educators who are planning and implementing creative media projects with young people. The Guide presents a vibrant road map for the learning experience and provides educators with planning tools, examples, and tips for launching and sustaining effective youth media programs. It encourages educators to develop their own approach, with inspiration from an array of instructional materials, embedded video tutorials, and sample youth works from around the globe. The practical ideas shared in this Guide, together with the teaching and learning resources from some of the best thinkers and artists in the field, will, we believe, prove to be an invaluable resource to educators working with young media artists.

    Educator Training Session: Poster Campaign Using Adobe Photoshop Lesson Plan by Katherine Yamashita Aug 15, 2014 Products Acrobat Adobe Creative Cloud Photoshop
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    This is a detailed lesson plan for 1 part of a 4 Session Workshop that teaches using Adobe Photoshop to create a social issues poster. Session 2 - If a picture is worth a thousand words, what do you have to say?(Photoshop 3 hrs)1. Participants will apply the concept of "Create with Purpose" by making a poster fora social issue or cause.2. Participants will see and analyze photo based poster student examples.3. Participants will be able to use Photoshop basics. (see below for specific skills)4. Participants will be able to show and share online resources in the AYV and Adobe EdEx communities5. Participants will be able to apply what they have learned to a small, open ended,social message based product PLEASE NOTE: All the files and assets to support this resource can also be accessed through this link.

    Cell phones, videos, posters and teens Project by Peter French Apr 2, 2011 Products Audition Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop
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    I have become a part of the Adobe Youth Voices program and all four of my multimedia classes are creating work for the AYV program. Grade 10 students are creating short PSA videos and supporting posters. The grade 11's are doing group documentary films and individual posters and the grade 12's are creating individual doc films and supporting posters. When this was written I only had access to Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements. You could easily adapt this lesson to use Illustrator for image creation, Audition for sound track creation and manipulation, Indesign for the poster creation, Flash for any animations you may want to add - in other words, you could use this approach in a wide variety of ways. From my perspective what makes this a great lesson is the stories that it tells. The students get to speak out about issues they value. Cell phones are referenced in the title because I used them to create the storyboards for their videos. I am so tired of seeing these miraculous machines used badly in school settings that I found a new and very productive use for them in this project. I get the students to shoot images for their storyboards using their cell phones. They then download those images, edit them as required in Photoshop, and then assemble them in Word or similar software, as storyboards. The results have been quite good. It gave them the chance to use real images instead of their imagined images in their storyboards and that taught them that machines do not record scenes as we see them. Cameras see scenes differently, and they learned to understand the difficulties that that created, and they learned to deal with it. Also - I have a saying - "Don't teach theory, teach what you can do with it." That really underlies my whole approach to teaching software. Don't "teach" it, "use" it. Each student will inevitably learn the basics and they will then go on to learn the specific bits that apply to their own work. As their work progresses, so too will their skills and insights. It is a never-ending progression. Enjoy the journey and its results.

    Adobe Youth Voices Trainer Guide & Training Modules Curriculum by Adobe Youth Voices Jan 28, 2016 Products Photoshop Elements Adobe Premiere Elements 162 0

    Drawing upon best practices in the youth media field, positive youth development principles, and the fundamentals of project based learning, the Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) training advances an educator-facilitated approach to youth media making that promotes social change. Adobe Youth Voices, was a ten year, philanthropic effort of the Adobe Foundation to increase creativity in education. The primary activity of the initiative was professional development for educators in both formal and informal settings to guide them in facilitating creative media-making experiences for young people. Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) Adobe’s lead program partner for the initiative, developed this collection of training materials and resources to unify the program. This collection is now freely available and schools and community based organizations can use these materials to train and support educators interested in engaging young people in youth media making. The collection includes a Trainer Guide and four Training Modules. Each Training Module includes a training script with detailed instructions on how to facilitate training activities and prompts for discussion, presentation slides that correspond to activities detailed in the script, and a collection of handouts for use during the training as well as in instruction. The Create with Purpose Vimeo Channel hosts a collection of media referenced throughout the training.

    Youth Media | Stories Program

    This collection, including media produced by youth, builds on the curricula, toolkits, and stories created by the Adobe Youth Voices program.

    Youth Media | Educator Resources Program

    This collection, including media produced by youth, builds on the curricula, toolkits, and stories created by the Adobe Youth Voices program.

    Youth Media | Philosophy Program

    This collection, including media produced by youth, builds on the curricula, toolkits, and stories created by the Adobe Youth Voices program.