Following a wonderful Adobe Day with a number of Year 7 & 8 students from Nerang State High School, about 30 teachers from 13 Gold Coast schools took part in an Adobe professional learning event on Thursday September 13.
The highlight of this event for me, was having five local Adobe Education/Campus Leaders run workshop options.
Lucy Carr, Adobe Campus Leader and media teacher at Miami SHS ran a workshop titled Premiere Pro beginners workshop: getting to know the interface and editing essentials. Lucy is also the State Conference Convener for ATOM QLD.
Kesh Chinia, Adobe Campus Leader and Senior Digital Solutions Teacher at The Southport School, ran a workshop titled Going to the next level of image manipulation with Photoshop.
Stephen Henderson, Adobe Campus Leader and computer science teacher at Somerset College, ran a workshop titled How to integrate Adobe into Assessment.
Damien Airey, Adobe Campus Leader and English teacher at the host school ran a workshop titled Flipped Learning with Adobe Presenter.
Rose Duggan, Adobe Education Leader and English teacher from Merrimac SHS ran an Adobe Spark workshop.
I am looking forward to returning back to this spectacular part of Australia to see how these teachers will be creatively applying the skills they learned during this event.
The resources I shared for this event can be found on the Adobe Education Exchange via – http://bit.ly/adobe-GoldCoast18