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					                   Ready, Set Create! Connect Students and the Core Curriculum with Adobe Software

                                               Presented by Sara Martin
                              Technology Teacher, Hart-Ransom School- Modesto, California
                                               Adobe Education Leader

Adobe’s Digital School Collection (ADSC) is a combination of 4 software programs: Photoshop Elements,
Premiere Elements (video editing), Acrobat Pro, and Soundbooth (audio editing). These four programs
provide students the tools they need to create integrated projects across the curriculum. The presenter
will share student projects that integrate with the core curriculum and include language arts, history,
science and math. Included are strategies to teach the software, as well as mange the hardware, assess
the project and remain sane in an active project based learning environment!

Prepare to be inspired!

1. Introduction of the ADSC

2. Photoshop Elements-the workhorse of the collection

3. Teach through projects-student examples

4. Video production and editing with Premiere Elements

5. Strategies to teach video production and integrate with the curriculum-student examples

6. Assessment strategies, hardware management and requirements, cameras and other video

The presenter, Sara Martin, has been teaching with Adobe software in her middle school classroom for
the past 11 years. She is also an Adobe Education Leader who received Adobe's Education Impact Award
in 2010. She presents regularly at local and national conferences including ISTE (formerly necc), FETC,
CUE, ISMF, NETA, NMSA, and more. In 2006 and 2008 she received necc's "Best of Show" award for her
workshops in San Diego and San Antonio. Sara was runner up for Teacher of the Year for Stanislaus
County in 2009. She received her master’s in Educational Technology in 2006 from Sacramento State

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