Teaching with Adobe in the Classroom

Six workshop tasks you can teach today!

Our K-12 workshops at tradeshows have been so popular we decided to provide them online as well. Below are our top workshop topics that you can actually teach to your students.

All are presented by Brian Wood of Brianwoodtraining.com.

Create a website for online presence

Teach students to create a compelling responsive website to promote a business idea, school club, or fundraiser.

Showcasing; Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Muse CC, Adobe Spark.

Create an interactive poster

Teach students to create interactive digital versions of documents, such as magazines, newspapers, and posters with navigation, page transitions, audio and video clips, animations, and more. Publish to an interactive PDF or online.

Showcasing: Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe InDesign CC, Adobe Stock.

Build and create an image for social branding

Teach students to combine photos, text, and artwork for Facebook, Twitter, and other social media posts to help them build their own social media images.

Showcasing: Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe Spark.

Create a storytelling video

Teach students how to combine images, audio, video, and more to tell a unique story—from capturing video on a device to final editing.

Showcasing: Adobe Premiere Clip, Adobe Spark, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe Photoshop CC

Create a digital portfolio

Teach students how to design and build a professional portfolio to showcase school projects and impress future employers.

Showcasing: Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe InDesign CC, Behance

Make an engaging infographic

Simplify complex information that helps students grasp the main idea—by combining text, images, and data to create a visually engaging infographic.

Showcasing: Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Muse CC, Adobe Spark.