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Adobe Digital Careers Teaching Resources

Teach creative career skills with Adobe curriculums

The Adobe Digital Careers Teaching Resources include four project-based curriculums and dozens of modular activities for teaching design, research, communication, project management, and technical skills with the Adobe Creative Cloud™ tools. Prepare secondary and higher education students for successful creative careers with these ISTE and Adobe Certified Associate aligned resources. Explore the four Adobe curriculums or create your own curriculum with the modular activities.

As an example - Digital Video

Digital Video is a year-long, project-based curriculum that develops key digital communication skills such as design, project management, research and communication, and video and audio design and production technical skills using Adobe tools.

Digital Video can be used in video and audio production education or in more general career and technical education. Each project builds on lessons learned previously and contains an instructor guide (with learning objectives, step-by-step teaching instructions, assessment rubric, and details on alignment to the Adobe Certified Associate exams) and a series of activities to teach students. Activities include student technical guides, worksheets, and best practice guides. Utilize the entire curriculum, individual projects, or individual activities to adapt this content to your course.

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