Adobe Education Professional Development Catalogue July 2015

Unleash creativity on campus through on-demand PD from Adobe.

Continue your Professional Development through July with our variety of offerings. What new skill will you learn?

Self-Paced Workshops

Designing Creativity Workshops

How can teachers design experiences that nurture and develop a culture of creativity while focusing on standards and accountability? Take one or all three of these self directed courses and begin planning the year ahead.

From STEM to STEAM: Careers in STEAM

Explore strategies and resources for promoting careers in science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Use Adobe Muse to customize your own STEAM career website to use with students. Finally, decide how you want to continue the exploration with your class.

Live Events

Building PDF Portfolios to share student work

July 29, 2015 | 6.00 PM (Sydney/Melb/Brisbane), 4.00 PM (Perth/Singapore), 8.00 PM (Auckland), 1.00 AM (San Francisco)

This session will explore how students can create their own portfolios of work using Adobe Acrobat. Students can upload all types of files including images, videos, word processing etc as well as include links to blogs and wikis.

Using Adobe in the Visual Arts classroom

August 13, 2015 | 6.00 PM (Sydney/Melb/Brisbane), 4.00 PM (Perth/Singapore), 8.00 PM (Auckland), 1.00 AM (San Francisco)

A collection of ideas for using Adobe software in the Visual Arts classroom (NSW syllabus focus) and in teaching the Photographic and Digital Media syllabus.

Syllabus

As you plan for future teaching and learning activities take some time to look through the Syllabi resources on the Education Exchange. They really do help you to create and use customised learning pathways.

Learn Premiere Pro CC Syllabus

Learn Adobe Premiere Pro CC is an activity-based syllabus that teaches technical skills for video production, editing, and effects. Each activity contains a small task within so students are learning and refining their skills as they complete each task. Each activity also contains student guides to use in order to learn the technical skills required to complete each task.

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For more information visit http://edex.adobe.com/professional-development/ or email prodev@adobe.com Courses range in length from two to eight weeks and cover a wide array of digital media and instructional design topics. Participants can enroll in more than one course at a time. All courses are offered at no cost; successfully completing a course earns you a digital credential. Courses repeat annually unless otherwise noted. Times, dates and topics subject to change. Adobe, the Adobe logo, Adobe Premiere and Creative Cloud are either registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. © 2014 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All Rights respected.

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