Enhancing the Accounting classroom interactivity with Adobe Presenter and the UNESCO's ICT-CFT

This is a Professional Development session I made for the Adobe Education Train the Trainer 2014. It focuses on Adobe Presenter and its usages in an Accounting classroom, while getting in touch with the UNESCO Information and Communication Technology Competency Framework for Teachers. If you happened to teach business or highly strict degrees (Accounting, Law...), you probably hit the wall at least once with your students, with a complete lack of interactivity. Having a solution to this issue is fundamental, in order to promote a positive learning environment, and getting ahead for the learners to learn successfully. There are three supporting documentations: The Adobe Presenter 10 official help fileThe official ICT-CFT paper from the UNESCO (free to download and reuse)My personal documentation about this course and its content (mostly focuses on what is behind what you can do, based on my personal experience of teaching/training in France) I hope you will enjoy the to read the content. Materials: You will require to prepare the training session: Your computer using a Windows operating systemA license for Adobe Presenter 10, Windows version (or a trial)Exercises for each of the topical unitsHandouts for each of the topical units (if needed)Printer to print the handouts You will require during the training session if you do it: Computers for each of the Participants with the Adobe Presenter 10 installation filePrinted handouts and exercisesPrepared classroomPrepared meaningful exercises for your participants

Damien Soukhavong
Last Updated April 27, 2021



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3-5 hours estimated class time

Personal video studio right on your desktop
  • Common Core State Standards
  • ISTE Students: Creative Communicator
  • ISTE Students: Digital Citizen
  • ISTE Students: Innovative Designer
  • ISTE Students: Knowledge Constructor

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