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Ken Shelton Sep 12
I saw this on a wall during a recent trip. Just a friendly reminder!!
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Emily Kinsky, Ph.D. Sep 13
Trying to get a better handle on video production, and Rush has made it 100x easier. Here's my first attempt at a 60-sec documentary, which I made for an Education Exchange short course: The Tape Art Crew: Work in Progress via
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Carla Jefferson Sep 12
A2: There are so many different ways to be creative and everyone can find their niche....be it music, video creation, drawing, painting, or coding.....we all can blossom in our own way.
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Wiley Brazier, V Sep 12
A1: When every student has the opportunity to create, it provides an additional opportunity to express themself. Depending on the creativity of the teacher, it can also provide another way to demonstrate mastery of content.
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Erica Aiken Sep 12
I worry that we stifle that capacity for creativity by limiting choice for students when it comes to demonstrating their knowledge
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Adobe For Education Sep 12
It doesn’t matter if you are a student, teacher, or engineer your thoughts and experiences matter. Put your ideas out there and “make the leap” in everything you do.
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Ken Shelton Sep 12
A2: Contrary to popular belief creativity is NOT a skill you teach. It’s a by-product of The conditions and situation you are in. Therefore it is possible for everyone to do something “creativity.” We must design for that to happen.
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Adobe For Education Sep 12
Join us next week for our next Twitter chat, 9/19 with Cate Tolnai on making traditional lesson plans more creative from 3:30-4 pm PT!
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Brian Romero Smith Sep 12
A2: It's within all of us, it just looks different for everyone. So exposure and opportunity along with a little empathy and kindness helps bring out what's within, but it must be done in a way to where there is a chance to grow and flourish!
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Brian Romero Smith Sep 12
A1: Creativity has many faces, perspectives, lenses, and values. Because of that, that is how students find their voice!
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John Roach 2h
RT ClassTechTips "RT TanyaAvrith: Creativity is a PROCESS that starts when you make a choice...Unlocking starts with a choice... AdobeForEdu "
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Knikole Taylor Sep 12
A1 Opportunities to be creative gives students space to tap into their strengths and even time to learn more about themselves.
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John Roach 2h
RT ClassTechTips "TanyaAvrith AdobeForEdu Love it! "
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Ken Shelton Sep 12
One of my most trusted and favorites to look to for guidance, inspiration, and validation is especially when it comes to video. and I used to collaborate on projects as well
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Adobe For Education Sep 12
Q3: When you are looking for ideas and resources to bring creativity to the classroom who are your trusted creativity education trailblazers you follow? Tag three trailblazers and share why?
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Carla Jefferson Sep 12
A3: Following the hashtag will give you all types of ideas! I have so many favs, so here are a few....
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Adobe For Education Sep 16
Excited to see what students will create with !
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Brian Romero Smith Sep 12
A3: OMG, most of them are in this chat! But let me add and for being so creatively inspiratoinal! But to be honest…I go to my kids
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Matthijs Clasener Sep 12
Working on a new set of Adobe Animate CC tutorials!
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DLindsey_EDU Sep 12
I am Dennishia and Digital Learning Coach from DFWTexas
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