Part of the NSW IIATE (Institute of Industrial Arts Technology Education) Conference was held at the Adobe Sydney office on Thursday 20th October. This involved a set of all-day multimedia workshops run by Adobe Education Leader Jason Carthew and myself.
The IIATE is the key NSW teacher professional association that provides leadership in the Technology and Engineering Education area with specific focus on the Industrial Arts, Engineering, Technology and Design learning for New South Wales schools.
Jason ran an animation workshop with a focus on using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Animate (formally known as Flash Professional).
I ran a workshop on video production with Adobe Premiere Clip & Adobe Premiere Pro.
The resources for Jason’s animation workshop can be found via – http://bit.ly/2elCPN0
The resources for my workshop can be found via – http://bit.ly/adobe20Oct16
One of the big take aways for the teachers at this event was to discover the value of the Adobe Education Exchange. With currently over 325,000 teachers involved and over 12,000 resources, it is an amazing resource for inspiration, classroom resources, making international connections and professional learning of Adobe tools in education.
The other big take away from this day was finding out more about the Adobe Support site, where students, teachers and anyone can access quality tutorials on all Adobe products.
Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via: http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-events
Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via this journal and our vimeo channel CreateEdu TV http://bit.ly/CreateEduTV
If you are interested in joining a global network of like minded teachers who are passionate about enhancing creativity in classroom, consider joining the Adobe Campus Leader program.