Injecting Creativity at Korowa


Korowa Anglican Girl’s School in Melbourne’s East hosted an Inject Creativity into the Curriculum event on Monday 16th September.


About 20 teachers from a range of curriculum areas took part including some mathematics teachers who were keen to see what Adobe had to help them deliver their content.


A special thank you goes to Adobe Education Leader Justin de Lacy from Woodleigh School who ran a workshop session on Premiere Pro for teachers who were looking to go further with their video production skills.

Other Adobe applications that were covered during this event included:

  • Character Animator
  • Photoshop
  • Spark Video
  • Spark Post
  • Spark Page &
  • Premiere Rush

Feedback comments included:

  • A highlight was Learning about Spark was very interesting. I can see how this could easily integrate into the classroom.
  • Great day of presentations. Well done Tim.
  • A highlight included learning about character animator – a resource my students would enjoy
  • A highlight was learning about how easy it is to create videos.
  • Thank you for a very engaging session.
  • A highlight was learning how to navigate Adobe Premier
  • Was a fantastic day – learnt heaps
Resources from this event can be found on the Adobe Education Exchange via –

Student sessions

During the day at Korowa, I had the pleasure of working with a number of students and teachers with a focus on Spark, Premiere Pro & Photoshop.