Need help bringing Engage 2012 into your classroom or community? We’ve got you covered.
Below are helpful resources you can use to incorporate Engage 2012 into your classroom, your community, and beyond.
Engage 2012 Promotional Materials
1. Engage 2012 Poster – What’s the Story in Your Community?
Web Resources for Educators
1. Adobe Education Exchange – Adobe Education Exchange is an online community with over 60,000 members where educators can meet, share, discuss and collaborate on topics of interest to the Adobe education community. Here you can find hundreds of sample lesson plans, including this one that teaches elementary school students how to use Adobe Premier Elements.
2. Adobe Youth Voices Essentials – Adobe Youth Voices Essentials provides free curricula and tools for educators to inspire young people to create digital media on issues they care about. Based on the best practices of educators from around the world, the curricula promotes youth expression, creativity, and engagement, helping young people build critical 21st century technology and life skills. We also recommend you check out their Youth Media Gallery to watch videos made by K-12 students from around the world.
3. Adobe TV – Adobe TV offers free training, inspiration and information about the latest Adobe products and services. Educators and students can review frequently updated content such as tutorials, tips and tricks, and much more.
4. Journalism Education Association – The JEA promotes free and responsible scholastic journalism by providing resources and educational opportunities to journalism educators.
5. National Scholastic Press Association – The NSPA is a well-established non-profit organization exclusively for high school and other secondary school publications.
6. Journalism Arts & Media Program – The JAM Program after school program focusing on improving students’ media and technology skills, developed by the Media Arts Institute.
7. International Society for Technology in Education – ISTE is a not-for-profit organization that supports the use of information technology as an educational aid for K-12 students and teachers.
8. The Poynter Institute News University – Poynter’s News University offers tools to journalism educators such as a syllabus exchange and free and inexpensive online courses about topics like media literacy.
9. Edutopia – Edutopia is an educational website created by director George Lucas to improve K-12 education by documenting innovative, evidence0based learning strategies. Browse strategies by grade level or explore their downloadable classroom guides.