Adobe software

Discussion in 'General Education' started by missred4190, Aug 12, 2007.

  1. missred4190

    missred4190 Comrade

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    Does anyone use Adobe to create things for their classroom? I just got a nice Adobe package--Illustrator, Designer, ImageReady, PhotoShop and one other program. It is tricky to learn though! I'm going through the lessons guide, one lesson at a time! :)

    I know there must be wonderful things that I can create. Has anyone had any experience with these programs and what did you do with them?
     
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  3. CarrieB

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    We have PDF versions of all our textbook resources, so I use the full version of Acrobat to go through my textbook and hi-light important ideas, content, facts, etc. Then I use my projector to project the text on the screen as we read, discuss, question about the text. I think it helps focus the kids on what is important in the text and what is just "nice to know" information.

    I would love to use Illustrator and PhotoShop (I used them in college when I had free access to them), unfortunately, I can't afford it. My dad gave me the copy of Acrobat.
     

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