Theme – building ‘Resilience and Empowerment’ for creating the world we all wish to live in.
Click here to see all the films that made the final that were featured at the 2022 re-gen festival at the Melbourne Immigration Museum on August 12.
Change is Now
by A Kamo High School (NZ)
The Power of 5
by Spensley Street Primary (Vic)
It was delightful to have a number of Spensley Street Primary School students, parents and teachers at the festival on Aug 12 for the announcement of the winning schools.
To thank Spensley Street Primary School for their efforts, I visited the school on 28th August for an Adobe Day where I worked with all the Year 4, 5 & 6 students introducing them to Adobe Express as a way of being digitally creative
EduTECH was back face to face and, for the first time, hosted at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. About 10,000 attendees registered for the two days and Adobe was a Gold sponsor. This clip explains more …
The APAC Adobe Education Summit is being held as a free, online and all-day event on Wednesday 28th September from 9 AM (AEST) which is a school holiday period for Australian K-12 teachers. The Global Adobe Education Team will be presenting, Dr Tim Patston from Monash University will be the keynote, there will be lots of workshop options and much more.
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STEM 2022 On demand is an initiative from the NSW Department of Education and open to all educators globally. It is focused on education for a rapidly changing world and brings together some of Australia’s and the world’s experts on creativity, innovation, education, and STEM. Adobe’s very own Dr Tim Kitchen was asked to contribute with a workshop titled Making simple infographics with the new Adobe Express
Adobe is happy to support Guided Computer Tutorials – easy to use, activity-based teaching materials for software packages from Adobe (and Microsoft), which can be used in IT classes or specific subject areas.
Adobe is supporting the New Zealand Youth Film Festival (NZYFF) is a new movement designed to energise Aotearoa’s youth through film. It is an annual competition in which any and all students aged between 15-24 can participate in free of charge, with nominated films winning tickets to an Awards Ceremony.
EduTECH Australia was held in Melbourne for the first time on August 10 & 11 and Adobe was a Gold Sponsor. We engaged with 100s of teachers and education leaders from all over Australia and beyond over the two days.
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I’d like to thank the Adobe Education Leaders who ran Adobe demos and help us with the various presentations throughout both days including Michelle Dennis, Steven Kolber, Mark Woszczalski, Andy Hair, Craig Nicholls & Adrain Bruch. Also thank you to the wonderful Adobe team Lauren Rice, Marilou Rodi, Kim Flowers, Phil Edgecumbe, Steve Nichols, Brian Chau, Audrey Yeo, Matt Daniels and our Partners from Crisp ideas John and Zara for helping to make this conference such a success.
The National Education Summit Brisbane event was held this week at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre with about 600 educators from across Australia. I was asked to present a session titled Low-lift & High-impact apps from Adobe for Education.
It was great to see other Adobe related topics being presented throughout the event. I sat in on Adobe Education Leader Adrian Bruch’s session.