Monday, December 16, 2013

Teacher Wins Adobe Creativity in Education Award


Ms. Bonner (right) helps a student in ceramics class

Megan Bonner, Digital & Visual Arts Teacher at the High School, recently won the “Adobe Creativity in Education Award”. Adobe is an American multinational computer software company who has historically focused on a creative suite of products which include Adobe Photoshop. The company recognized Ms. Bonner’s dedication to enhancing creativity with her students.

Ms. Bonner participated in an educator challenge where she needed to "pin" inspirations and ways to incorporate creativity in education onto Pinterest. She created a special Pinterest board and tagged posts with #AdobeEduSweeps so that other educators, students and parents might gain inspiration for teaching and learning. Ms. Bonner’s board was chosen as the winner earning her the ultimate creative toolkit, a Macbook Pro and a one-year subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud (ALL of the Adobe art, video, photo, and web design software) to help her continue to inspire students.

Adobe interviewed Ms. Bonner on incorporating creativity into lessons.  Here is a link to the interview. Congratulations to Ms. Bonner!


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