This week has been a busy one for me. Not only am I catching up on reading for my studies, working through the feedback from my delivery last fortnight, and making up time from a day off, I also FINALLY got my act together and completed the Creativity for All course from the Adobe Education Exchange, earning my official badge for Level 1!
Some really inspirational and creative educators are out there. I so enjoyed looking through the submissions, and seeing all the different ways people approached the same task.
This evening Tim, Jerry and I were joined by Tanya Moran from Victoria and Mark Christie from the Northern Territory. Tanya shared with us her timely work upgrading resources and licensing that only slightly preceded the COVID-19 lockdowns, and Mark shared the rescoping of the Northern Territory holiday to celebrate creativity in schools from across his state. See below for the livestream from our Chat Show.
See below my linked Adobe Spark Page summary for tonight's broadcast. It contains notes for both Tanya and Mark's presentations, as well as a range of links to Character Animator resources that Mark has curated from creative educators across this space.
I was moved to tears by one of the submissions that won in the Territory Day presentation - links to the site are below.
I am going to leave you with a couple of things.
First, my submission for my Creativity for All course is below. If you haven't already, sign up - it is free to join, and my submission was created using Adobe Spark Post - accessible to anyone, for free... all you need is an Adobe ID (also free!).
If you haven't had enough of me after that, check out my teasers on Twitter for Inject Creativity Live... created in Spark!
My day job includes designing, developing, writing, copy editing, creating and delivering training resources for staff and students (including video capture/editing and voice over/other post-production work for multi-modal resources). In my spare time, I like to take pretty pictures.