Another wonderful session was had by all at the Inject Creativity Live Chat show, and the extended hour long Deeper Dive. Tonight we had two presenters - Joel Aarons and MJ Kaatz. We had a fabulous conversation around creativity, and some really great points were raised about the value of experimentation and teaching students that failure is a part of the learning process, and not a negative part! MJ gave some examples of his own learning experiences in breaking things to learn how to fix them, and Joel detailed how he shows his students some of the ways he has made mistakes in the past so that they can benefit from his experience!
Joel is a STEM & Media Arts Specialist at Camberwell South Primary School, with a love of all things creative and design, who fosters creativity through observation and experimentation. Joel joined us tonight during the Deeper Dive to demonstrate
MJ is the Head of eLearning at Forest Lake State High School. He is a qualified Librarian, and is passionate about using the tools available in Adobe Acrobat in lots of applications, including protecting student details, reformatting documents, and converting files into other types.
The Spark Challenge tonight was to make a flyer or poster in Adobe Post, showing two things you have learned: below is my contribution, and we got some great entries!
View the livestream recording from YouTube at the top of this post :)
Such a great night - hope you can join us next week, when I will be presenting how to use Adobe Spark as a self-introduction tool for yourself - easily applicable for use when embedding in Learning Management Systems (LMS). Links are available here: https://timkitchen.net/inject-creativity-live-program/
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.