Welcome to the Adobe in Education Professional Learning events & Resources site for Australasian educators.
The aim of this site is to be a quick reference guide to Adobe in Education online and face to face professional learning events for teachers in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.
Inject Creativity Live Events - every second Wednesday
Hosted by Dr Tim Kitchen (Adobe) and Erin Raethke (TAFE QLD), these live events feature Adobe Education Leaders and other leading educators sharing discussions and practical examples of how they are enhancing creativity into their classrooms with the help of Adobe tools.
These events are live & recorded every second Wednesday during the school terms at 6.30 PM (AEST) on the Adobe for Education YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/adobeforeducation
Melbourne based face to face PL event
On Tuesday June 8, from 4.15 PM to 6.00 PM, John Paul College in Frankston is hosting the first face to face Adobe in Education Professional Learning event for over 12 months. This is a free event for Melbourne based educators (K-12 & Higher Ed). Click here to register. Click here for more information.
Adobe Creative Educator - guided webinars
If you are keen to be guided through how to achieve the Level 1 badge of the Adobe Creative Educator program, a new set of webinars is being planned for K12 & Higher Ed teachers in 2021.
- Thurs 11th March, 4.30 PM
- Tues 13th April, 11 AM to 1 PM AEST (School holiday session for most Aussie States)
Get to know your Adobe apps
Get involved with this webinar series to help you get to know the Adobe apps at your school/university.
Free Adobe Education Exchange online courses
More information on professional learning opportunities and Adobe in Education resources can be found via the Adobe Education Exchange (https://edex.adobe.com).
Join the new Adobe Creative Educators program
This free program is replacing the Adobe Campus Leaders program as of July 2020. It is for any teacher who is interested in enhancing their digital literacy and creativity skills with the help of Adobe. There is no need to be an expert and it is open to all sectors and curriculum areas.