"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
STUDENTS and BUSY PROFESSIONALS
Learn Adobe Programs – One to One –
at Home, Your Library, or in Your Office!
Photoshop - Visual Communication
Illustrator- Graphic Design & Illustration
InDesign - Publication Design
Premiere - Video Communication
After Effects - Motion Graphics for TV & Film
Captivate - E-Learning Design
Spark - Presentaions and Storytelling
An Adobe Education Trainer can teach or tutor you in the comfort of your home or office for a more convenient, focused learning experience. Or, you can visit one of our educational partners to learn at their site. Students from ages 15 and up are well suited for Adobe Project Learning.
Your Adobe Instructor: John DiMarco, Ph.D.
Professor, Digital Media Design at St. John's University in NYC. Author of five books on graphic design and technology. John is a Certified Adobe Education Trainer.
One to One
Project Based Learning
Learners are taught using project based learning that enables them to work through creating a real world project, while developing valuable skills and knowledge that can be applied across communication media including print, web, mobile, and broadcast.
Before a learning session begins, students are provided a basic introduction to assess and establish baseline skills. Then students work on projects from start to finish, producing a final design piece that highlights the learning experience. Projects vary from beginner to advanced and have sound learning objectives and rubrics for meeting professional and academic standards.
Projects You Can Learn
How to Design with
an Adobe Education Trainer
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Contact the Adobe Instructor.
John DiMarco, Ph.D.