Teach your students how to edit and create videos, music, and photos with Magix software!

Enhance your everyday lectures with software that allows students to learn video editing and music production! These tools make normal classroom lessons fun and creatively challenging and you’ll be teaching them skills for future jobs.

We offer MAGIX license at an educational discount. You and your students can then access the same license other professionals are using but at a more affordable cost. Check out all the MAGIX software we carry here.

For video editing software check out: MAGIX Vegas Post 19 Suite Academic, MAGIX Video Pro X 13 Academic, MAGIX Vegas Movie Studio 2023 Academic, MAGIX Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 2023 Academic, and more.

For Music editing software check out: MAGIX Acid Pro 11 Suite Academic, MAGIX Samplitude Pro X7 Academic, MAGIX Sound Forge Pro 16 Academic, and more.

Adobe x Khan Academy Lesson Plans

Easy-to-use, custom template from Adobe education exchange with Khan Academy. help your students reflect on the 2022 school year so far and look forward with intention for the rest of the school year in 2023. Different lesson plans for grades 3-5 and 6-12. These templates are customizable, students can upload a photo of themselves and express what they have learned and their goals for the second half of the school year.

Find these fun and engaging templates here.

Adobe express is free for all K12 teachers. If your school is looking to purchase Adobe creative cloud all apps for your school, request a quote here for a site license!

Enter to win a Blue Yeti Nano Mic! $100 value!

If you didn’t know, our sister company, e2genesis, is a pro music and audio store! If you or someone you know is interested in music or audio, we are currently running a holiday giveaway. It is free to enter and $100 dollar value.

Follow this link and enter the giveaway to win a Blue Yeti Nano Mic; perfect for podcasting, streaming, or any audio recording!

Good luck and Happy Holiday from e2genesis and Genesis Technologies!

New Education Study by Adobe

Adobe’s new study, The Deciding Factor, is a case for measuring student success in a more holistic way. Here is the TLTR breakdown.

The college admissions process has become more focused on holistic and creative measurements when considering applicants in recent years. However, high school counselors and college admissions counselors do not place as high of an emphasis on creativity when preparing students. These skills are considered so highly by admissions professionals because of their importance on campus and beyond.

Since COVID, the trend of holistic college admissions has increased while hard, academic metrics have decreased. Skills like creativity and communication have become more important factors. Although it is agreed that creativity and communication are important most students do not know where to showcase these skills in their applications. Most students have a desire for more of a focus on creativity in their classes.

There is a need to evolve the admissions process to evaluate students beyond typical standardized testing and hard skills. Since colleges are looking for soft skills to be demonstrated by applicants there needs to be a solution to incorporate a way to evaluate those skills.


This should matter to every K-12 teacher and administrator. In order to set your students up for success, creativity needs to be incorporated into the classroom more. Thankfully, adobe has ways to make this easier for teachers. Adobe express and the entire creative cloud has so many apps that can help students foster their creativity and communication skills. On top of that, the Adobe Education Exchange has resources and lesson ideas for teachers!

Check out our website for discounted site licenses for your school!

Lesson Ideas for Teachers by Adobe

Lesson planning is hard enough as is, much less trying to make them enjoyable and informative for the students and yourself! Adobe Education Exchange has professional learning and teaching resources. There are resources for your lessons from art & architecture to science & engineering.

Adobe Express, free for all students and teachers, has many editable templates ready for you to use in your classroom! And if you have an Adobe Creative Cloud All-Apps License you can utilize even more resources designed for the other apps. You can even narrow down your search by education level, time to complete, and subject.

Adobe Education Exchange makes it easy to incorporate fun, creative, and challenging lessons into your curriculum!

Microsoft 365 for Education

Microsoft Office Suite is so helpful for teachers, with access to almost all micosoft office apps. Access to these apps give teachers more tools to excel with lesson plans and classroom assignments! These licenses also come with 1T of storage!

What’s Included in Microsoft 365 Apps for Faculty?

  • Microsoft Office suite – Includes Office apps for your PC and Mac. Always have the latest versions of:
    • Microsoft Word
    • Microsoft Excel
    • Microsoft PowerPoint
    • Microsoft Outlook
    • Microsoft OneDrive for Business
    • Microsoft OneNote
    • Microsoft Publisher (PC only)
    • Skype for Business
    • Microsoft Access (PC only)

Customized K-12 Newsletter from Adobe!

Get inspired by this bi-weekly newsletter from Adobe Education Exchange. Join in on fun educational challenges for you and your students. These challenges usually include editable templates from Adobe express that make it fun and easy to get your students to express their creativity through digital graphics. Sign up for the Adobe Education Newsletter to say up to date on exciting updates and fun challenges and tools for your classroom!

Why you Should Be Using Headphones in the Classroom?

Headphones can be beneficial in the classroom, computer room, or library. They keep the noise level down and allow students to individually focus on the lesson and the instructor’s voice. In the library or computer room, students can watch educational videos or listen to audiobooks while following along. By eliminating outside distractions the students have an easier time devoting their energy to comprehending what they are hearing. For some even having the teachers speak into a mic that goes to the headphone can allow students to hear the teacher more clearly. This is especially great for those students who are easily overstimulated by a noisy classroom. They can listen at a volume that is comfortable and safe for them and remove the excess noise.

If you want to implement headphones into your classroom or library, here are some headphones we recommend!

Avid AE-54 Headphone

Avid AE-36 ORANGE On-Ear Headphones With Microphone

Cyber Acoustics ACM-6004 Classroom Learning Headphones