Saturday, August 09, 2008

Adobe's Digital Kids Club: Great source for learning and communication activities that incorporate digital video and photography.

The Adobe Digital Kids Club website provides wide range of ideas for integrate digital video and photography into engaging lesson plans. Teachers are encouraged to share lesson plans on the site. A template is provided.

Info from the website:

"The Adobe Digital Kids Club makes it easy for educators to introduce digital photography and video into the classroom. Students take photos with their digital cameras and then use Adobe® Photoshop® Elements software for Windows® and Mac to edit, enhance, organize, and share their images. Using Adobe Premiere® Elements, they produce amazing videos for classroom projects and presentations."

"Submit your own lesson or activity
Teachers: Share your digital media lessons and activities. E-mail your lesson or activity to the Adobe Digital Kids Club, and we’ll contact you if your lesson is selected to appear on the site. Review some of the lessons and activities below, and then view and print out a template to get started. View or download a template (PDF: 235k)."

If you are involved with the Digital Kids Club, leave a comment and share your links!

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