FOR FACULTY, STAFF, and ADMINS
Adobe Professional Development sessions provide valuable educational technology and digital media skills for faculty, staff, and administrators.
Adobe Training and Professional Development for Teachers
The Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) educational credential was created for the educational and workplace demand for digital media skills—creating, managing, integrating, and communicating information by using Adobe’s video, graphic, web, illustration, or design software—is on the rise.
Research based curriculum, validation, and learning outcomes for tomorrow's students, faculty and professionals.
When a student, teacher, professor, administrator, or staff member learns from ACA certified professionals, it validates their technical abilities and demonstrates proficiency.
"Effective, high-quality CTE programs are aligned with college- and career-readiness standards as well as the needs of employers, industry, and labor. "
Investing in America’s Future: A Blueprint for Transforming Career and Technical Education.
US Department of Education, April 2012
FACULTY LEARNING PROGRAMS
ADOBE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Faculty can learn Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Premiere from an Adobe Education Trainer. An Adobe professional development event for faculty and staff offers skills that can be directly applied in the classroom. Teachers learn how to use and teach the Adobe applications for content development, establishing creative learning objectives, and working with students on academic projects.
We also offer consulting and training on art, technology, and digital media curriculum development, lab set ups, and project learning techniques.
Adobe Professional Development Session
taught by John DiMarco, Ph.D.
Adobe Education Trainer
Professor of Communications & Digital Media
St. John's University, New York
FACULTY & STAFF DEVELOPMENT