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This is an opportunity for the Level One (Adoption Level) person who will need paint or draw skills to create professional looking documents and/or presentations. This opportunity is recommended before many other opportunities. Draw skills are used for publishing, presentations, multimedia, and web design. Paint skills are used for illustrations, watermarks, designing logos, and working with photographs. When you start working with some of the programs mentioned without these skills, you will realize the importance of a thorough overview of how the tools work.

to be able to use paint or draw tools to create, modify, and use images or objects in documents or presentations
  1. import and modify graphics from scanners, CD-ROMs, digital cameras, and  Internet
  2. create a project using tools available with most draw and paint programs
  3. convert paint projects to draw and back again
  4. make a slide show with your new source of graphics
  5. work with different file formats and extensions for graphics
NCATE Standards:
1.1.4, 1.2.2, 2.2.1, 2.2.5

ISTE Standards and Performance Indicators:
I. A. and B.

Types of Opportunities:
  • six to eighteen hour hands-on workshop or
  • three hour one-on-one coaching and follow-up
  • Paint and draw can be given as separate workshops
Basic Computer Skillsor its equivalent

This eCoach opportunity can be bundled with other opportunities in an institute with a focus on a particular curriculum area and/or grade-level. Paint and Draw can also be divided into shorter opportunities around specific software applications. We can prepare your coaches to provide this service or any part of this opportunity onsite for a separate fee. Our coaches will include relevant eCoach guides as part of any opportunity or purchase any guides separately.

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