The Adobe Creative Suite of tools (available to all Utah public school educators) includes several powerful and practical educational tools. Most teachers, though, primarily use Adobe Spark. In this session, we'll go beyond Spark and learn how Character Animator, Aero, and Rush can help infuse more creativity and wonder into your classroom.
This "multimedia song" will help students practice important Spanish vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar. This song is especially good at practicing the Spanish "rr" sound. Images and animations appear as the lyrics are sung.
"El Alfabeto" is an interactive software program that presents the letters of the Spanish alphabet that are different from the English letters. It includes the following letters or letter groups: a, d, e, g, h, i, j, ll, ñ, o, q, rr, u, v, and z. The viewer will see examples of words that use those letters, and can click a button to hear those words pronounced. This program runs on Windows computers only.
Come learn about some of the newer and more exciting educational games that you can customize and use with your students. Game-based learning can be an effective and engaging way to help students study the curriculum, but it can be next to impossible to find educational games that perfectly match what you teach. Online educational games like Blooket, Gimkit, Baamboozle, and Educandy, can be customized to exactly match the material you want your students to review.
In this video, Rob Bentley teaches us how to access several interactive, educational games that you can use in the home or as homework assignments for students.
Learn how to personalize learning using technology! Utah teachers have a large amount of technology to explore and use in their classrooms. In this episode of the PCBL + Technology webinar series, learn how to utilize Adobe creative tools to support personalized, competency-based learning in your classroom.
Rob Bentley demonstrates how teachers and students can create digital content such as narrated slideshows, webpages and animated characters using Adobe Creative Tools. Creations can then be shared through Canvas or Google Classroom.
Rob Bentley discusses important principles of effective feedback and feedback tools available in Canvas and Google Classroom.