Adobe Spark What I learned Today

There are three different options in Adobe Spark. The first is making a Adobe Spark Post. Creating a post is fast and painless. You could use a post for inspirational signs, cards, highlighting student work, making handy flashcards...the possibilities are endless! Here is my post from today.

An Adobe Spark Video was a bit trickier to make, and didn't work well in Chrome. I did create a short little explanation for my Statistics students on how to choose an appropriate hypothesis test. This is something my students struggle with, and I wanted a short video explanation of how to choose. The video creation process wasn't difficult once I switched browsers. The only thing I didn't like is that you can't use digital ink on the slides. This might be a nice touch for math and science teachers.

Overall, it was a great hands-on way to learn about what is available through Adobe. Thanks for sharing!

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Kimberly Brehm
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