Adobe Express

Adobe Express

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Adobe Express enables students in all grade levels and subject areas to quickly create unique graphics, design custom web pages, record and edit video presentations, and more. Students can even make animations using the animate-from-audio tool and learn Generative AI tools!

 

Login Information

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  1. Students and teachers can access Adobe Express through Clever at clever.sfusd.edu.
  2. Click on "Login with Google" Button.
  3. Sign in with your SFUSD email account.
  4. Login as Teacher

Quick Tips and Resources to Get Started

Templates to help teachers get started:

  • GRAPHICS: Design stunning presentations, images, and animations. Make science fair posters, social studies infographics, math flashcards, and so much more. Pick a template or start from scratch. See an example here
  • PAGES: Create attention-grabbing web pages. Transform unit portfolios, research projects. See an example here.
  • VIDEOS: Make captivating videos. Turn book reports, science labs, poetry analyses, and more into video presentations. Narrate your story, pick a theme, then customize. See an example here.

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Common Sense Media Aligned Lessons

The following lessons and topics from Common Sense Media will help students use Adobe Creative Cloud Express effectively and responsibly. 

digital footprint logoDigital Footprint and Identity
Identify some of the benefits and risks of sharing information online and articulate that they have a digital footprint with information that can be searched, copied, and passed on. Common Sense Media lessons addressing digital footprint and identity

News and media literacyNews and Media Literacy
Identify credible & trustworthy sources of information, consider legal and ethical aspects of using the creative work of others, and apply this knowledge as they create & curate digital content. Common Sense Media lessons addressing news and media literacy

Case for Creativity

The word, “creativity”, in our society, has mistakenly been limited to only artistic endeavors, but it also encompasses essential parts of everyday life – divergent thinking, problem-solving, and innovation. Whether it's a professional navigating office politics or a child figuring out the right way to construct a sandcastle, creativity is essential and utilized every single day. "We all have creative potential," says Mark Runco, Ph.D., director of the University of Georgia's Torrance Center for Creativity & Talent Development. "Our job as parents and teachers is to help kids fulfill it."

In the modern world, creativity is not a “nice to have” it is a “need to have”. Though some have a natural gift, creativity is a learned behavior. Creativity is a core factor in how you approach things, how you act or react to new circumstances, your proclivity to look at things in different ways, your willingness to question, experiment, and take chances. In other words, creativity is not “what you are” as much as “what you do.”

This page was last updated on June 4, 2024