First attempt by a 5th grader with special needs that wanted to create a video to teach younger students the scientific method.
This video was created by 4th graders in Ms. Tanksley's class. This is a weekly activity they do with Google Slides or another presentation tool. They decided to try it in Adobe Voice.
First attempt by a 3rd grader to give facts about the continent she was studying. Sometimes if students don’t have any ideas on where to go on the first try, I will say,” Why don’t you talk about what you are learning?” - this student did the assignment her teacher had planned without knowing it.
This is the second time using Voice after we did a science experiment. They all took pictures of the steps from the lab with their iPad and then made them into a video.
This video was created by a 1st grader who doesn't verbalize often. Look at this one, to show how Voice can show a different side of a student.
First attempt by a pair of 3rd graders. I thought it was a good example of what you can do with the icons in Adobe Spark Video.
Another student with special needs created this video on her first attempt at creating a video.
Video created by a student after introducing it to their class. They created this on their own and entered it into our district film festival, Signal To Noise.
Cover Photo: Tim Lauer