Best Practices: 3 Tips for Using Photoshop in the STEM classroom
About the Webinar
We agree that we must give students opportunities to flex their creative muscles in the classroom, yet we must also meet the needs of our curriculum. It’s one thing to know your way around an Adobe product; it’s quite another to translate that knowledge into a content-specific project. In the Best Practices webinars, you’ll come together with fellow teachers of your content area to explore a project using Adobe tools for the content-specific classroom. Whether it’s exploring Adobe Photoshop for a science project or using Adobe Spark for the social studies classroom, work alongside an Adobe Education Leader (AEL) to ask questions, share your work with fellow educators and test-drive a project before embarking upon it with your students.
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About the Presenter
As the Director of Enterprise Training for Create Idaho Dan Armstrong works with hundreds of teachers throughout the state helping to implement creative tools into the classroom to prepare students to pass ACA certification exams. He has many roles in sharing the Creative Cloud including teaching for Idaho State University, Ridgevue High School, Leap Fox Learning, Adobe Get Pro course Trainer, Adobe Community Professional, Adobe Education Leader, Director of the Adobe Academy for Business Professionals of America, and a few others. These experiences and expertise help Dan understand a very broad audience and many different learning situations and struggles so that they can be prevented from the onset of a new adventure. Dan holds two master’s Degrees In education specializing in Education Media Design, Business Technology Education, and CTE Administration, in addition, he holds 14 current industry software certifications including an Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop and Illustrator. When Dan’s not busy with that he is the father of 5 kids who love to play! Saturday is Snowboard day!