Beth O’Malley (AEL) and three Forest Lake Year 11 Photo-Imaging Studies students.
Enhancing creativity in education is fun and easy with the wide variety of Adobe software available to teachers and students.
Beth O’Malley (Adobe Education Leader) and teacher at Forest Lake State School in Queensland explains what has been happening recently at her school …
As part of our agreement with software company Adobe, Forest Lake students have been part of some fabulous learning opportunities to develop creative thinking in and outside of the classroom. Our pathway night showcased some of the talented Photoshop skills our Year 11 Photo-Imaging Studies students have gained. As part of the Adobe Creatives campaign students took portrait photos of our guests at the pathways night and decorated their face with some creative digital artworks.
Forest Lake State School is part of the Schools of Creative Excellence program. More information in this program can be found at
The 2015 International AEL (Adobe Education Leader) Institute kicked off tonight at the Hilton Hotel in San Jose, California. Claire Erwin did a great job welcoming not only a range of new AELs, this year we have combined the AEL Institute with a gathering of Adobe Youth Voices leaders and partners.
Claire – kicking us off
Ian Usher, Melissa Jones & Pip Cleaves introducing the Unconference