Best Practices: 3 Tips for Using Photoshop in the History 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
Sherri Kushner teaches Media Arts at Chute Middle School in Evanston, Illinois. She brings a dynamic energy to her classes on graphic design, photography, narrative media, animation, Minecraft, and Digital Fabrication. While she loves exploring creativity and emerging technologies with her students, her passion is working with students on issue-based projects. She feels her greatest role in the classroom is teaching students to effectively communicate their ideas about issues that affect them in their school and community. Sherri is an Adobe Education Leader, and has extensive experience running hands-on workshops and speaking live and online at webinars, and state and national art, education, and tech conferences.