Adobe Spark in the Classroom

Teachers are using Adobe Spark to make lesson plans. They use these presentations to teach their students new things in exciting, visual ways.

This teacher is using an Adobe Spark Page to teach students about different shapes.

Teachers are also using Adobe Spark to make entertaining videos to help teach their students new concepts in creative ways.

Teachers can ask their students to make posts, pages, and videos through Adobe Spark. This puts the learning directly in their hands.

This specific activity is done weekly in a fourth grade classroom located in Beaverton, Oregon. Each week different students make videos explaining words from their 'word jar.'

Speech and Language Play
Sight Word Proficiency
Narrative Prompts
Rhyming Game & Second Language Acquisition
Storytelling - What I Did This Summer
Book Reports
Classroom Posters - Adobe Spark Post

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