Victorian Teacher (and Adobe Education Leader) Joel Aarons, organised a two day ICT conference for all the Year 6 students at Bentleigh West Primary School last Tuesday 8th September, 2015.
Joel asked me to run a keynote presentation to the whole group to start the event based on new technologies and how we communicate in the 21st century.
I then ran a series of video workshops based on using Adobe Voice to make stories about what makes the students happy.
The students started by brainstorming all the things that make them happy.
They produced some great videos and obviously enjoyed the experience.
Adobe Voice & Adobe Premier Clip were the two apps a group of Year 4’s at Brookside College in Caroline Springs (Melbourne) worked with on Monday 31st August, 2015 during a special ‘Adobe Day’.
The morning was all about encouraging the students to think about what makes them happy. After some brief instructions and planing (Pre-Production) each student worked with a partner to build an Adobe Voice video outlining the top 5 things that make them happy.
Brainstorming about what makes the students happy.
Building the voice overs and images for each slide on Adobe Voice.
The afternoon was all about video editing with Adobe Premier Clip. The students were taught a process for producing a quality news story then worked in a group (Production Crew) to plan, script, film and edit their own news story relating to the school.
This production crew made a story about Adobe’s visit to their school.
Special thank you to Aaron Davis and the staff at Brookside College for organising this day of creativity.