Last year we ran a track of workshops across both days of the conference and the sessions were a big hit, with content ranging from coding to mindmapping to flipped learning. This year we are dedicating a whole third day of the conference just to workshops, which will be both half day and full day in length. Topics set to be featured include:
In this two-hour workshop attendees will develop an understanding of how to initiate and build an inclusion programme in a Higher Education setting. Best inclusion practices in various stages of a student’s life including admission, learning support, and career transition will be discussed. Attendees will be encouraged to develop their own inclusion action plans during the workshop and will be provided with case studies, documents, and programs as well as benchmark policies.
In this two-hour seminar and workshop session, attendees will learn how to use a range of free and professional Adobe creativity and productivity applications to enhance teaching, learning and education administration. Specific applications and services that will be explored include Adobe Spark, Photoshop, Character Animator, Acrobat DC, Adobe Experience Manager Livefyre, Adobe Presenter Video Express and the Adobe Education Exchange. To make the most of this session, please bring a device that accesses the internet. Having the Adobe Creative Cloud applications on a laptop would be great as well, but not essential.
Over 400,000 teachers are now members of the Adobe Education Exchange, sharing resources and professional learning based on enhancing creativity in all curriculum areas in both K-12 & Higher Education.