AEL

AEL North American Summit 2017

I had the opportunity to present at the Adobe Education Leader North American Summit at Adobe Headquarters this summer. My brief presentation, “Stop fighting for a slice. Grow the pie.” ties together several key themes I’ve been thinking about as I work on my dissertation. Perhaps more importantly, I got to chat with my diverse … View More

Adobe Education Exchange Lesson

I created a lesson called, “Present Yourself Well on Camera” for the Adobe Education Exchange. Although it’s designed for Adobe Premiere Clip, it can be easily applied to any simple editor and camera these days. I like to focus on solid fundamentals. So, this lesson is designed to both teach and practice a few of … View More

2014 Annual Adobe Education Leader Institute

Leading Creative Learning: Perspectives from the Field – Panel Pip Cleaves, NSW Department of Education and Communities (moderator); Jonathan Blake Huer, Ball State University; Nancy Dick, Lake Washington Institute of Technology; Andy Phelps, Rochester Institute of Technology; and Jeff Larson, Balboa High School. From the official description: “Join this panel discussion on the challenges faced … View More

SXSWedu 2014

I was thrilled to present at SXSWedu 2014 on the Digital Corps: A Model for Midwest Student Success. The description from the SXSWedu program: Entering its 6th year, the Ball State University Digital Corps brings west coast startup culture to higher education. We create apps, videos, and other artifacts. But, we see our product as … View More

2013 Adobe Education Leaders Summer Institute

Another wonderful summer institute at Adobe Headquarters in San Jose, CA. The week started with an “Unconference” that was fantastic, continued with great learning from other educators and glimpses into Adobe’s future, and ended with a terrific design challenge that brought out some amazing ideas.

2012 Adobe Education Leaders Summer Institute

During a great week at Adobe, I gave a presentation titled, “Creating effective mobile app development teams” to my AEL peers, learned some new ideas from their amazing work, and enjoyed a sneak peak at the next generation of Adobe software.