Brigidine College in Brisbane was the venue for about 90 educators who attended the 2018 QSITE (Queensland Society for Information Technology in Education) Conference.
I had the pleasure of running the following three workshops:
- Basic video production with Adobe Premiere Pro
- Photoshop Tips & Tricks for teachers
- Make Photoshop Puppets come alive with Adobe Character Animator
All the resources I shared for this conference are available on the Adobe Education Exchange via – http://bit.ly/adobe-QSITE18
Last week, a group of about 20 students from the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) in Singapore visited Swinburne University in Melbourne for a culture exchange and I was invited to run a half-day digital creativity workshop with them.
We started by looking at the top five skills required to thrive in the future according to the World Economic Forum. Then I asked the students to form groups to build posters, videos and webpages with the Adobe Spark tools based on each of the above skills.
The students were encouraged to download the three Spark tools on their various iOS devices (and Spark Post now on Android). After some brief demonstrations, they produced some great work.