Flip Out A Team Symed Presentation


This presentation will cover some new tech tools that can be used in a variety of ways. Keep reading to see highlights and reviews of four new tools we discovered.


Adobe Spark is really like three tools in one. This is a FREE tool. You can sign up on the website, spark.adobe.com, and have access to all three tools in one place. Or you can download the three separate Adobe Spark apps, which are all free as well.

1. Adobe Post

  • Easy graphic design
  • Pick a background photo
  • Add text
  • Download or share as a link


  • Quick & easy templates
  • Simple timelines
  • Free music included
  • Easy to share as a URL or quick link

3. Adobe Spark Pages

Adobe Spark Pages is an awesome web story or digital magazine creator. This presentation is an example. You begin by choosing a theme, and then you can easily add information to build your page. Click the + button to view things to add. Make sure you have the order you'd like your information to be placed decided in advance, because it isn't very easy to re-organize the information.

The Photogrid allows you to pick various pictures and resize them into a gridlike pattern.

The themes are pre-chosen, so everything matches. This is a useful feature and helps things get done pretty quickly. You can make headings by highlighting text, and then choosing H1 or H2, or use the quote marks to make text stand out. You can also add captions to images. You can embed "buttons" which are links to websites or embed videos directly from Youtube, Vimeo, or Spark Video.


This is probably the coolest looking part of Adobe Pages. It allows you to pick a background photo. Then, you can add text OR other photos on top. You can also add buttons (links to other sites) or even embed a video in the glideshow.

Verso app is an online discussion board.

  • Gives voice to every student
  • Encourages collaboration and critical thinking
  • Immediate, anonymous feedback on contributions


Quizzizz is a FREE website you can use to create online quiz games.
  • Players join with a code, similar to Kahoot.
  • Students can view the questions/answers on their device.
  • You can assign a quiz as homework, and do not have to change each question.
  • You can also set up a station in your classroom.


Created with images by skeeze - "usa city lights space" • GooKingSword - "northern lights aurora borealis blender" • Pexels - "new year's eve sparkler sylvester" • geralt - "cinema landscape mood" • RichardLey - "camera old retro" • auspices - "untitled image" • sigisagi - "Wave" • skeeze - "windows building pattern" • spacedance - "on holiday" • DariuszSankowski - "knowledge book library" • 1475792 - "balls federal government sizes"

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