About 20 NSW teachers registered for the (NESA accredited) Inject Creativity into the Curriculum professional event which was held at the Adobe Sydney Office yesterday
Premiere Rush was the tool that most of the teachers were interested in knowing more about, but we covered a whole lot more.
For many of the teachers, it was their first time working with Adobe Spark, Character Animator, Photoshop, XD and a range of other Adobe apps.
I’d like to thank Adobe Education Leaders Chris Betcher and Brett Kent for their help running breakout workshops during the event.
Also, a special thank you to Rebecca Smith from Northern Beaches Christian School who stepped in at the last minute to run a Photoshop tips & tricks workshop.
This event was one of a range of Inject Creativity into the Curriculum events we are running around Australia. If you are keen to attend an event near you, use this Spark Page to find our more and register …
Highlight comments from the feedback …
- The Adobe Rush app
- 3D Photoshop
- Enhancing knowledge of a wide range of Adobe applications.
- I enjoyed learning about Photoshop 3D and a way to implement stem into photography in a more relevant way that my students will enjoy – Re. VR experience through cinematography
- learn so many new things, and new possibilities — a good mix of detail workshop and inspiration of what’s possible.
- A highlight of the event was creating high-quality videos using Premier Rush and the ease of using such software.
- I’m so privileged to have been given the opportunity to present some exciting activities in Photoshop with the talented educators in the room.
- I’m going to present my Year 7 and Year 8 students with the Rush app to get them started in video editing and prepare for Premier Pro. Thank you!
- I loved learning about so many different tools and apps. I also appreciated being able to ask heaps of questions throughout the time. The small group breakout times were really valuable.