PEDC 9147 Advanced Creative Projects for the Classroom with Adobe Photoshop
3 Graduate Level or In-service Credits/ 45 Hours Instructor: Meredith Starr November 1-30, January 3-30, August 1-30
This course can be taken as a continuation of Creating Images in Adobe Photoshop, or can be taken by the student who has an intermediate skill-set in Photoshop. Adobe Photoshop is considered a professional tool, and it can greatly benefit teachers who prepare websites or develop other classroom materials. In Creating Images, topics were covered such as layers, selection tools, filters and introduction to composition. In this course you will combine those tools and learn about threshold layers, layer styles, adjustment layers and quick masks. You will complete and create artworks and then develop these final products into projects or valuable classroom tools. From silhouettes to logo design to DVD covers you will be amazed at how adept at Photoshop you have become as well as enriched your classroom content is. This course is appropriate for all teachers N-12, in all curriculum areas such as ELA, Social Studies, Science, Foreign Language, Math, the Arts, and Special Education. *You will need access to Photoshop with this course, whether through an older version, the current cloud version, or a free trial. There is no prerequisite for this course.
November 1-30, January 3-30, August 1-30