Thursday, September 22, 2011

Some more great projects from the Adobe Educators' Choice Awards

There are only a few weeks left in the Adobe The 2011 Educator's Choice Awards awards program for educators. Any educator can enter. You submit your innovative teaching and learning materials and you could win some really nice prizes. Submit  your projects, lesson plans, curricula, tutorials, and more. Educators will rate the work submitted. There are four categories: Primary/Secondary Cross-Curricular, Primary/Secondary Digital Arts and Media, Higher Education Cross-Curricular, Higher Education Digital Arts and Media.

Submissions are excepted until October 14th so get yours in today. Don't forget to check out the projects that have been submitted and vote for your favorite ones!

Here are some more of the great projects that have been submitted:

Photoshop for Kids: Digital Tangrams - Photoshop, Photoshop Elements - Here's a tutorial explaining how to use "digital tangrams" to copy or create beautiful shapes with 7 geometric pieces. With a little imagination, the newly created shapes can then be used for storyboarding to put together a digital storytelling project, which can also be animated.
Note: Tangram shapes were created with Photsohop, and animated in Photoshop CS5Extended.

Making a book with InDesign - PART1 - PLANNING - InDesign - How to make a book -step 1 planning.
Plan making your book- file management- flatplan- making a dummy

Dividing Fractions Visually (II) - Flash Professional - I created this Flash animated tutorial to help my students understand operations on fractions by seeing them done visually.

Adobe Education Exchange is a great resource for educators, with resources, lesson ideas, lesson plans, and a place to collaborate with other educators.


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