This technology is disruptive for a couple of reasons. One, it's accessibility, and the fact that it is free, makes it viable for widespread users. Two, it's ease of use promotes creativity. It is relatable to inventor's notebooks in that you can capture an inspriation in a visual manner. It's ease of use also makes it an option for young students.
In order for Adobe Spark to be widely adopted we, as teachers, simply need to recognize the importance in capturing what I'll refer to as "quick thoughts." Often in education we want well researched and properly analyzed thinking for assignment end products. However, in the conetemporary classroom, teaching students that their initial ideas also have tremendous value and should be captured in an organized manner is a worthwhile endeavor.
I will use Adobe Spark anytime I can and often instead of Microsoft Word or Google Docs. I want to teach my students the value of their "quick thoughts" and the advantages of capturing and organizing those thoughts in a visually appealing manner.