Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use online tool that allows non-designers to create professional quality graphics, short promotional videos, impressive single-page web stories and engaging presentations that communicate ideas cohesively and quickly.
Why teachers should use Adobe Spark?
- Spark Adobe has 3 tools to choose from, Page, Post and Video. With all 3 tools, teachers and students can bring words and images together in fun ways, turning essays, assignments, reports, and more into engaging visual stories, presentations or posts.
- Students and Educators alike can make use of a variety of layouts, themes, and add text, and in away becoming more engaged with the content they are using.
Best features of Adobe Spark?
- Use your own photos, or pick from thousands of free online images (with appropriate filtering applied). Simply tap on one of the professional themes and beautiful fonts, and magazine-style design and motion transforms the story. The end result is a modern, responsive web page, one that looks great on any device and any size screen.
- Available on all devices-Projects are automatically synced across the web or the iOS apps so you can work whenever inspiration strikes.
Interested in finding out more about Adobe Spark and how you can use it your classroom or business meeting? We have completed a pedagogic assessment of this tool which details its strengths and weaknesses based on its potential for innovative teaching and presentation strategies.
3. Learn From Others
We collected and created some exemplar videos which include tutorials, case studies of educators using this tool and more. Click to watch and learn.
4. Get Started With Adobe Spark
Sign up using your email account to begin creating an adobe spark webpage, presentation and so much more
Be sure to watch the video tutorial/templates before starting to create your own work on Adobe Spark.
- Choose a topic you are familiar with and create either a Spark page, post or video.
5. Action – Take our simple Adobe Spark Quiz? Or view our Demo
Now that you have had a good introduction into Adobe Spark– why not test it out for yourself, take this short quiz? or we’ve created a short demo lesson?