[AAMT] Re: Fwd: AEE July 2014: Animation resources, apply for the ConnectED program, and more

  • From: Colin Byers <cbyers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "aamt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <aamt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2014 12:35:28 -0600

Thanks Pete!

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> On Jul 8, 2014, at 11:23 AM, Pete MacKay <pete@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Join me in a hearty congratulations to Colin for providing Adobe with its 
> latest featured Adobe Education Leader! Well done, Colin!
> -Pete
> Adobe Education Exchange, July 2014. Log in | Read online
> Learn. Share. Discuss. Connect.
> This month we feature some inspiring animation resources from fellow AEE 
> members. Use the Simple Walk Cycle tutorial to help your students learn how 
> to recreate a caterpillar moving across the screen in a realistic crawl. Or 
> use the Rotoscoping Animation Technique resource to gain inspiration for 
> introducing your students to using rotoscoping in their animation projects. 
> Finally, check out Adobe Youth Voices new 8-session animation curriculum that 
> teaches how to create a stop motion animation using Adobe Premiere Elements.
> Check out the work of Colin Byers, this month's featured educator. Colin is a 
> Media Arts Instructor in Alberta, Canada and has shared some great video 
> tutorials introducing Photoshop and Lightroom in fun and creative ways, 
> including black and white conversions and compositing. Use Colin's tutorials 
> in your classroom to help you teach these skills to your students.
> Rotoscoping Animation Technique
> Learn all about animation and rotoscoping with these video examples. They can 
> be shown to your class and then, working in groups, students can begin to 
> address topics related to their own lives, experiences, or current events to 
> create their own animations using rotoscoping techniques. 
> Learn more >
> A simple walk cycle
> Use this tutorial to learn how to create a simple animated walk cycle using a 
> caterpillar that walks across the stage. The tutorial offers step-by-step 
> instruction so you can recreate a caterpillar moving across the screen in a 
> realistic crawl using key frames and onion skins. 
> Learn more >
> Stories in Motion: Stop Motion Animation Curriculum
> In this 8-session, Adobe Youth Voices animation curriculum, youth use Adobe 
> Premiere Elements to create a stop motion animation. Stop motion animation 
> promotes creativity by encouraging young people to imagine a world in which 
> they can bring everyday objects to life. Young people build technical skills 
> while crafting messages that make a lasting impact. 
> Learn more >
> Colin Byers
> Colin Byers is a Media Arts Instructor At Bert Church High School in Airdrie, 
> Alberta, Canada. He specializes in photography, digital design, video 
> production, and animation. Colin has shared a collection of video tutorials 
> introducing Photoshop and Lightroom, including black and white conversions 
> and compositing. Check out Colin's work for yourself and your students.
> Learn more >
> Apply for a ConnectED software donation
> Applications are now being accepted for the Adobe ConnectED donation program 
> from Title 1 schools in the United States. Learn more about the program, 
> eligibility requirements, the application process, and more on the ConnectED 
> portal.
> Apply now >
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