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    Adobe strategies for low incidence/special education students Discussion by Adam Blyweiss Sep 17, 2013 Products Acrobat Photoshop After Effects
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    Does anyone out there have strategies or prior lessons/plans/exercises/activities designed to educate and involve low-performing students in using the Adobe Creative Suite? We're at CS6 for AI/ID/PS, but I've been informed that my CTE rosters will be leveled to include some of these students. This will be my first time working with high school students at this level, so while I have textbook education on this situation I'm woefully underprepared for when the kids' rubber meets my curriculum's road.

    Share Your Creative Strategies Discussion by Adobe Education Jun 21, 2013 10k 31

    What instructional strategies do you use to encourage creativity in your students? This discussion post is part of the Adobe Education Exchange Professional Development workshop, Creativity in Today’s Classrooms: Implementing Creativity in the Classroom.

    CROPPING STRATEGIES Lesson Plan by Mary Slumpff Jul 26, 2013 Products Photoshop InDesign 2.2k 2

    This handout will introduce the user to a variety of cropping options. The students will crop out several areas of a given image before they decide which crop will meet the needs of the assignment. This lesson teaches the student to think of an image in terms of impact on the viewer, using visual cues to convey a message to the audience.

    Adobe strategies for low incidence/special education students Discussion by Adam Blyweiss Sep 17, 2013 3.3k 2

    Does anyone out there have strategies or prior lessons/plans/exercises/activities designed to educate and involve low-performing students in using the Adobe Creative Suite? We're at CS6 for AI/ID/PS, but I've been informed that my CTE rosters will be leveled to include some of these students. This will be my first time working with high school students at this level, so while I have textbook education on this situation I'm woefully underprepared for when the kids' rubber meets my curriculum's road.

    Strategies and Outputs Curriculum by Adobe Education Mar 12, 2014 Products Acrobat 4.9k 3

    Note: This resource is intended for use with the Collaborative Course: Creativity in Today’s Classroom (http://edex.adobe.com/pd/course/creativity/). For convenience, this PDF compiles two lists included in Week 2: What is Creativity? (one each from “What Does Creative Teaching Look Like?” and “What Does Teaching Creativity Look Like?”)

    Week 1, Professional Development Design, Strategies, Tools, and Tips for The Adult Learner Discussion by Andrea Cebula Jan 14, 2015 19k 131

    Please view the strategies, tools, and tips video from Week 1, Professional Development Design section. Reflect not the questions below and share your thoughts with your fellow course members: Which of these strategies do you currently incorporate into your professional development sessions? Which of the strategies, tools, and tips do you think will be most useful for you in your future professional development sessions? Why?

    Innovative ways to showcase student work? Discussion by Andrew On Yi Lai Aug 8, 2015 Products Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop
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    Hello All! I was hoping to seek ideas, opinions and strategies with regards to innovative ways to showcase student work (digital media productions). What has worked for you in the past? How did you engage the target audience? What was the audience response? What were the WOW factors that made it work? Best regards, Andrew

    Most engaging ways to motivate staff during Professional Learning? Discussion by Andrew On Yi Lai Aug 9, 2015 Products Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Connect 3.0k 5

    Hello Educators! I am sure everyone has sat in a boring meeting or professional learning session in the past where the presenters would just talk and read off the slides they have up on the screen for hours on end.. I was hoping to seek exciting strategies and ideas to engage staff during professional learning sessions. What successful strategies have you used in the past to engage with staff? How did you measure their engagement?

    From STEM to STEAM: Careers in STEAM Workshop Jul 31, 2015 Products Muse 2.9k

    Open up your classroom to the world of STEAM careers and create a website using Adobe Muse to display your students’ learning.

    The Linda Dickeson Trick Technical Tutorial by Mike Skocko Mar 6, 2015 Products Photoshop 896 1

    Extracting images out of Word documents is easy thanks to AEL Linda Dickeson's rockin' trick. I looked at Linda's resources but she hasn't posted this one so I'm borrowing her thunder for the greater good. :) The video that accompanies this resource features a few more strategies for working smart that my students needed for today. On the off-chance that others might find something of value in the video, I'm sharing it here as well. The other bookend is from AEL Alumni Dena Wilson's very cool History of Graphic Design Timeline/Infographic resource. The connection is explained in the vid. Hope you get something out of this.

    Assessing Creativity in Today’s Classroom Workshop Aug 29, 2016 Products Acrobat 8.9k

    Take your students’ creativity to the next level with well-designed formative assessments that build creative confidence and help you establish a creative culture in your teaching practice.

    Digital Media & Learning: Photo Essays Workshop Dec 15, 2015 Products Photoshop 13k

    Learn how digital media experiences can deepen student understanding of subject-area content, encourage critical thinking, and develop media literacies.

    Create and teach with infographics Workshop Nov 28, 2016 Products InDesign 19k

    Take a deep dive into the art and science of infographics. Then, discover ways to teach about and with infographics in your classroom.

    Managing the Creative Classroom Workshop Aug 23, 2016 Products Photoshop Photoshop Elements 3.8k

    Consider ways to structure and manage your classroom to foster and catalyze creativity. Showcase your personal vision of a creative classroom space using Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.

    Teaching for creativity in the Common Core classroom Live Event Jan 28, 2015 Watch a recording

    Teaching for creativity in the Common Core classroom How can creativity and innovation enhance your Common Core strategy? Join Ron Beghetto of the University of Connecticut for a discussion of strategies you can use tomorrow in your school. About the session How can creativity, something often called uncommon and original, be combined with the CCS, something that is common and convergent? Consequently, many teachers may find themselves at a crossroads — feeling they must choose between nurturing student creativity or conforming to common standards. This webinar is about strategies for reconciling these two competing priorities. Session Recording You can access the session presentations deck at this Adobe Education Exchange Activity About the presenter Ron Beghetto, University of Connecticut Prior to joining the faculty at UConn, Dr. Beghetto Associate Professor of Education Studies at the University of Oregon. Dr. Beghetto earned his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Indiana University (with an emphasis in Learning, Cognition and Instruction). His research focuses on creativity in educational settings -- examining how teacher and student creativity is sometimes (inadvertently) suppressed and how it can be incorporated in the everyday classroom. Dr. Beghetto has extensive experience providing professional development to teachers and instructional leaders in an effort to help them develop new and transformative possibilities for classroom teaching, learning, and assessment in K-12 and higher education settings.

    Rough Cut Review Toolkit Digital Asset by Adobe Youth Voices Dec 15, 2015 Products Photoshop Elements Behance Adobe Premiere Elements 747 0

    The Rough Cut Review Toolkit provides strategies and resources useful for engaging young media makers in meaningful dialogue and exchange with peers through an activity called "Rough Cut Review." During the Rough Cut Review sessions, youth receive the constructive critical feedback they need to help them take their media work to the next stage of completion.

    Telling the Story of Your Institution: The Basics Workshop Jul 31, 2015 Products Acrobat InDesign 5.8k

    Explore best practices for telling your institution’s story. This self-paced workshop is the first in a series designed to empower you to use digital media to showcase your school, your classroom, and your impact.

    Flipped Learning Discussion by Rosemary Rizk Nov 12, 2015 Products Muse Adobe Premiere Pro Adobe Spark
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    I tried this approach when teaching intelligent systems to a group of 15-year old students. I didnt find it as effective as teaching the concepts first, modelling the expected standard, giving students an opportunity to develop the skill under guided instruction and then giving them the opportunity to complete the task/project. I'm wondering if anyone else has tried it and succeeded - maybe you can provide some pointers as to what strategies you used to make it work.