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Resources,  September 30, 2008

Adobe Youth Voices - Resources for Educators

The Adobe Youth Voices Program provides resources for educators, including links to a wide range of instructional materials and tutorials on digital photography, digital video, and digital storytelling. It is one of the resources highlighted in the recently launched Technology Curriculum Database, developed by YouthLearn for the U.S. Department of Education-funded National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning at SEDL.

This global philanthropic initiative to empower youth serves educators and afterschool practitioners who are integrating digital media into their classrooms and learning centers. Through media arts production, young people can give voice to issues that they care about—and share their movies, animation, Web sites or other works with a wide audience. Housed in the Adobe Digital Kids Club, the resources for educators feature lesson plans and curriculum ideas as well as expert advice. In addition, galleries in the Digital Kids Club and on the Youth Voices Web site exhibit a variety of works that model techniques for media making and inspire young artists.

URL: http://www.sedl.org/cgi-bin/mysql/afterschool/technology.cgi?resource=6
Posted by wrivenburgh on September 30, 2008 | Resources
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