Adobe Spark Video Create amazing resources to support your teaching and learning.

In this session

  • Engaging students.
  • Introduce Adobe Spark Video.
  • Group Challenge & Screening.
  • Consider Adobe Spark Video in your teaching and learning context.
  • Next steps.

Link to this resource : http://bit.ly/lb-sv

Engaging Students

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin

Introducing Adobe Spark Video

Make compelling video stories—in minutes

Spark Video example:

Sign up for a Free Adobe Spark Account here.

Your creations are stored in the cloud and accessible by web link.

Be Mindful

If we are going to use cloud based resources to support our teaching we need to consider organisation policy

  • University Group controlled data
  • Any personal identifiable or personal sensitive data
  • Confidential data
  • Commercially sensitive data
  • Protecting Student Privacy

How might these issues effect you?

More information from the Office of Information Security, IT Services.


Create a short Spark describing what you would do if:

We Won the Lottery!
  • Make sure everyone your group gets to contribute something.
  • Use images, icons, text and voice to reinforce your story.
  • Choose a soundtrack
  • Check out themes!
Have fun!

Show & Tell

A chance to see everyone's work!

Post your Spark Page Link to: bit.ly/lbshowandtell

Consider how you might use Adobe Spark Video in your teaching...
  • Creating resources for your students?
  • Facilitating student group work?
  • An alternative for the PowerPoint Assessment?
What would work? What wouldn't work? Why?

Where Next?

Here are some Adobe Spark Video resources to help you get started...

The Adobe website is the 'go to' resource for Spark video. As an evolving app, this is an essential resource to ensure you get the best out of the application.

Created By
Ian Upton (ianupton.info)


Created with images by Ariel Lustre - "untitled image" • pabak sarkar - "smartphone teen" • PIRO4D - "video camera surveillance camera monitoring" • Michael Bentley - "Van Gogh Working with Crayons" • aka Kath - "Bell and Howell Regent 8mm" • carulmare - "RAFFAELLO Sanzio The Sistine Madonna (detail) 1513-14" • kevin dooley - "Future tense". Lego student copyright Ian Upton 2016.

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