Teaching with Adobe Spark FROM ACTUAL TEACHERS (NO REALLY)

“Kids are going to love this product. They are going to be engaged with it; they’re going to have fun with it. And that means they're going to learn.”

—Fiona Hill, Principal, Cave Spring Middle School, Roanoke, VA

“When we made our first project, that was the first time I had every single student turn in an assignment … I think students feel super-successful that they have the freedom to create.”

—Allyson Edwards, 7th Grade Teacher, Five Oaks Middle School, Beaverton, OR


How to get Spark

Adobe takes security and privacy seriously. By providing enhanced data privacy, school ID integration, and age-appropriate image filters, Adobe allows Spark deployment that is consistent with children's data privacy laws including FERPA and COPPA. Schools always own the accounts and exercise admin rights over them.

Your school’s IT administrator can help deploy Spark to your school. If your school already has Adobe products, Spark is available from the “Adobe Admin Console.” Click the button above for more details.

Your students can do cards, posters or announcements in minutes with templates and built in design to keep them on track.

They can make their own video slide show and record in their own voice.

They can tell their own story in a web page

Why is it great for IT too?

Budget predictability—Spark for K12 Education is FREE.

  • Flexible deployment and management—Designed for an individual school or district, licensing options offer a web-based Admin Console that makes it easy to centrally manage and deploy licenses. Set up Single Sign-On (SSO) with your existing student login IDs, such as Google Suite IDs or Microsoft Office 365 IDs.
  • Enhanced data privacy—Schools can feel secure providing access to students of any age. See the Adobe Privacy Center for more details.
  • Classroom and home use—Schools have the flexibility to use licenses for in-classroom deployment, including BYOD environments, or at home on student and teacher-owned machines.
  • Free instructional resources—Your educators can access the Adobe Education Exchange for free professional development, teaching resources, and peer-to-peer collaboration to help them get up to speed on Creative Cloud apps and ignite creativity in the classroom.

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