Saturday, October 29, 2011

31 Spooky Ways to Integrate Adobe Software in Higher Education (Post 25/31): Creating Lesson Plans, Streamlining Classroom/Administrative Tasks with Adobe Acrobat X Pro


Readers,

I like to STREAMLINE almost everything in my face-to-face and hybrid classrooms. When I use the word "streamline", I am referring to optimal automation in responding to students, creating assignments, making transitions from semester to semester, etc.

Adobe Acrobat X Pro can be used to generate lesson plans and streamline classroom/administrative tasks.


Generating Lesson Plans
Check out the Adobe Education Exchange's "Guide to Generating Lesson Plans with Adobe Acrobat X Pro": http://edexchange.adobe.com/posts/a8db182766


Here's the Description: Planning daily coursework for your students can be a daunting task. When you create forms in Acrobat, you automate lesson planning and save valuable time. In this guide, learn how to create custom lesson-plan forms with which you can quickly map out your teaching plan for your students.


Streamlining Administrative Tasks
Check out the Adobe Education Exchange's "Guide to Generating Lesson Plans with Adobe Acrobat X Pro":
http://edexchange.adobe.com/posts/3a5773839e


Here's the Description: Communication and Collaboration, Technology Operations and Concepts

Additional Ways to Use Adobe Acrobat X Pro to STREAMLINE Your Classroom:
- Typing and Organizing Icebreakers
- Creating Lesson Plans
- Organizing Science Labs (Experiments)
- Organizing Class Announcements

You can TRY Adobe Acrobat X Pro for Education for FREE here - http://www.adobe.com/education/products/acrobatpro/index.html


You can PURCHASE Adobe Acrobat X Pro here - LINK


Processing Question - Any additional ideas?

Sincerely,

J. Edwards

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