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Share your Adobe Spark Project

Celebrate your creativity and post your Adobe Spark project! Add a caption that captures your reaction to the project: How did you feel? What did you learn?

This is discussion is part of the Adobe EdEx Professional Learning Course: Getting Started with Adobe in the Classroom

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    Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use tool that helps you turn your ideas into compelling social graphics, web stories, and animated videos

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Heather Podbielski

Posted on 4/21/18 4:25:10 PM Permalink

​Finally! Here's mine.

https://spark.adobe.com/page/0iTwEJ1NYEvdO/

Ann Rogers

Posted on 4/20/18 8:29:57 PM Permalink

Hoitung Leung

Posted on 4/16/18 4:17:25 AM Permalink

Hoitung Leung

Posted on 4/16/18 3:46:04 AM Permalink

Walt Justice

Posted on 4/13/18 6:45:19 PM Permalink

Walt Justice

Posted on 4/13/18 6:41:27 PM Permalink

Walt Justice

Posted on 4/12/18 1:56:52 PM Permalink

joseph kosma

Posted on 4/6/18 6:05:10 PM Permalink

​I wanted to be creative and make a short video for my daughters birthday to invite people rather than send out physical invitations. https://spark.adobe.com/video/g0tfqDKjZ5x7n

Tom Dahl

Posted on 4/11/18 10:54:52 PM Permalink

Nice touch. Hope your daughter had a great birthday party.

Jason Keiser

Posted on 4/6/18 2:36:47 PM Permalink

joseph kosma

Posted on 4/6/18 1:54:36 PM Permalink

Marilyn McAlister

Posted on 4/3/18 12:48:35 AM Permalink

​Here is my first story. Photo credits to my husband.

https://spark.adobe.com/page/8WAThGPkqhMqD/

Marilyn McAlister

Posted on 4/3/18 12:14:29 AM Permalink

​I made a simple slideshow encouraging my students to exercise and be healthy.

https://spark.adobe.com/page/RkrecwVuRxRA3/

Juanqui Rodríguez

Posted on 4/2/18 9:11:16 AM Permalink

I want to become an Adobe software teacher so I start creating my banner: ​https://spark.adobe.com/post/EA70O4USUaBZY/

Melissa White

Posted on 3/28/18 10:37:59 AM Permalink

Gondola Christchurch, NZ

Using Spark was a fun and ​exciting way to create a video. I am really looking forward to helping others create magic with this too! This is great! When a software program is fun, engaging and user friendly—you are able to put more of your energy and focus towards creativity.

Marilyn McAlister

Posted on 4/3/18 12:16:25 AM Permalink

I completely agree, Melissa. Creating with Adobe Spark is fun!!!​ Super user friendly and beautiful product.

Nathan Sanders

Posted on 3/27/18 7:43:40 PM Permalink

Marilyn McAlister

Posted on 4/3/18 12:18:58 AM Permalink

I love what you created, Nathan! It's visually appealing and easy to read. I like how you inserted the links. ​

Melissa White

Posted on 3/27/18 9:55:14 AM Permalink

Akaroa New Zealand

I enjoyed learning how to make a web page using Spark during this project and I know I will continue to create with this program. This is a great program that can be used with students to create reminders, reports, research...the possibilities are endless.

Melissa White

Posted on 3/27/18 7:08:23 AM Permalink

BE KIND

An inspirational poster. The first among many more to come I am sure. With this project I used a photo that was provided by Spark to go with my text and design. I had never used spark before and was surprised as to how easy it was to use. Looking forward to creating more projects with Adobe Spark.

Rebekah Grow

Posted on 3/26/18 6:45:56 PM Permalink

Marilyn McAlister

Posted on 4/3/18 12:21:19 AM Permalink

I love it!!! A great tribute to an amazing band. #ILoveThe80s​

Rebekah Grow

Posted on 3/26/18 3:32:58 PM Permalink

Rebekah Grow

Posted on 3/23/18 10:18:28 PM Permalink

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 1:59:50 AM Permalink

Digital Lie

I created this to introduce students to the task 'digital lie'.

Marilyn McAlister

Posted on 4/3/18 12:34:10 AM Permalink

I like how your presentation became an instructional video. I'd love to see some student samples.​

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 1:46:22 AM Permalink

Andy Findlay

Posted on 3/18/18 10:06:31 PM Permalink

Andy Findlay

Posted on 3/18/18 9:39:51 PM Permalink

​My Adobe Spark Project using images from a recent wedding I shot.

​Glideshow

Laura Nester

Posted on 3/14/18 7:17:01 PM Permalink

Create a Beautiful Web Story:

Here is my Spark glideshow. I decided to focus on my twins' visit to see Santa Clause.

Glideshow

Laura Nester

Posted on 3/14/18 6:43:15 PM Permalink

Create a Stunning Graphic:

Here is my first Spark Project for this class. I chose an image that I thought represented something challenging. I then changed the text, added a square inside the image for the text, and altered the coloring. This was really fun. I can definitely see using this in the classroom. One idea is having students read a book and then come up with a theme or quote that sums up the book.

https://spark.adobe.com/post/miwem3IPF6Dt1/

Marilyn McAlister

Posted on 4/3/18 12:40:16 AM Permalink

Nice work, Laura. I completely agree. I love the idea of creating a poster that represents the theme or a quote students connected with. I'm wondering if the images can be uploaded onto a collaborative Google slide deck?

Brianna Smith

Posted on 3/12/18 6:32:43 PM Permalink

​my spark project

https://spark.adobe.com/post/blYKLd13KuZjo/

David Barragán

Posted on 3/12/18 1:18:32 PM Permalink

​my spark video project

https://spark.adobe.com/video/fsvkKVrma4T6p

Marilyn McAlister

Posted on 4/3/18 12:43:06 AM Permalink

Mi gusto su video. I happen to love The Noun Project. Nice job giving credits. ​

David Barragán

Posted on 3/12/18 1:06:13 PM Permalink

Marilyn McAlister

Posted on 4/3/18 12:45:46 AM Permalink

Mucho gusto, David. This provided a nice snapshot of your school, activities, tools, and students. It looks like a fabulous place to learn and grow.​

David Barragán

Posted on 3/12/18 1:00:55 PM Permalink

Robert Bourgeois

Posted on 3/11/18 2:22:02 PM Permalink

Rene Pantoja

Posted on 3/8/18 5:44:14 PM Permalink

Ken Reiss

Posted on 3/5/18 8:33:05 PM Permalink

My post

https://spark.adobe.com/post/zeZS8UALflA2D/

Anita Lambert

Posted on 3/5/18 5:02:22 AM Permalink

My Spark Page:

https://spark.adobe.com/post/z8isFbY40UIkx/

Carol Lorigan

Posted on 3/2/18 5:07:25 PM Permalink

Gerjan te Velde

Posted on 2/27/18 11:59:03 AM Permalink

​Your message is only as good as your ability to share it

https://spark.adobe.com/post/hD23UcuE0qJ9v/?w=5414254822447

Ruth E Manlandro

Posted on 2/22/18 12:38:48 AM Permalink

I created a poster for the Fashion Show that I work every two years.

https://spark.adobe.com/post/qGuAV2JGgQ7bT/

Julie Hyatt

Posted on 2/21/18 1:09:26 AM Permalink

Here is my Adobe Spark Project. I had a blast making it! It was so easy to do. I can see so many possibilities for so many different grade levels or types of learners. I can't wait to go in and show other teachers this amazing tool!

https://spark.adobe.com/page/Xdu6yWkQjcdO7/

Dan Ross

Posted on 2/16/18 3:33:45 AM Permalink

Rachael George

Posted on 2/15/18 8:20:30 PM Permalink

Shelly Wheat

Posted on 2/11/18 6:08:02 PM Permalink

JORGE BARRIGON

Posted on 2/6/18 2:15:05 AM Permalink

My post

https://spark.adobe.com/post/DbJhf6oP5O9nW/

Kimberly Dynia

Posted on 2/5/18 6:56:15 PM Permalink

​While this ​Spark Page isn't a finished product quite yet, I could see using this as a way to introduce or review content. Students could also create one as a review before a test.

Kimberly Dynia

Posted on 2/2/18 8:08:41 PM Permalink

​Every year I take my 6th grade Advanced Geography students on a hiking trip to the Blue Ridge. Spark posts could be used to make purposeful marketing images for social media that help brand the school more than photographs on their own.

​Check mine out here!

Brian Davis

Posted on 1/17/18 10:57:43 PM Permalink

A page about my visit to the home of James Madison.

https://spark.adobe.com/page/z9tNbZjhGx1IY/

Brian Davis

Posted on 1/17/18 10:18:33 PM Permalink

William Oesch

Posted on 1/16/18 5:30:29 PM Permalink

​Here is a post I made for my classroom.

View ​here​

Jose Pause Carrero

Posted on 1/16/18 8:04:14 AM Permalink

Hello, I hope all is well as for myself I have created a learning journal of my process to better explain my process and method. Thank you for your support, please stay blessed.

https://spark.adobe.com/page/l2TWDWV3odTyj/

Sarah Wilson

Posted on 1/16/18 6:07:22 AM Permalink

https://spark.adobe.com/page/5vlR5SwVzXGqj/

Jose Pause Carrero

Posted on 1/16/18 4:15:59 AM Permalink

Hello, I hope all is well as for myself I have created the themed those that aid our creativity. Which was I supposed for the instructors but I feel we always get our props. this time I have directed my gratitude towards Adobe and its great creative cloud. In understanding what I have viewed in the classroom the insight, suggestions, and ideas outlined to help us in the learning curve as our students approach the digital transition. I took advantage of the services provided as well as my own resources letting the image support and project the message. thank you for viewing and please stay blessed.

https://spark.adobe.com/video/n9BDDQjRzuyak

Melinda Larson-Horne

Posted on 1/15/18 8:11:45 PM Permalink

Tanya McAnally

Posted on 1/12/18 7:35:59 PM Permalink

​As a computer teacher, I am super excited about Adobe Spark. I created a post and a page and I am excited to have my students use Spark for different projects.

MLK JR

Dave Sharp

Posted on 1/10/18 2:22:04 PM Permalink

A create way to create those posts seen on social media that look so professional and current.​

Jose Pause Carrero

Posted on 1/8/18 6:32:32 AM Permalink

Hello, I hope all is well as for myself I have created the slideshow as a portfolio presentation of my work. In hopes to get the artist in the classroom inspired by creating a portfolio web space with glide for interesting effects to your presentation. This is also the stepping stone to get them into the practice of using Adobe Spark to take their work to the next level a digitally creative level. Creating that spark is like shooting to the stars where we aim for our children's futures to be. This can be used as a layout to fill out classroom assignments in the same manner. The idea is to replace with your assignment based work expressing your process in the details providing your process. The instructors look for the concepts of following instructions and analyzing the depth and understanding of the work posted. The ideas are limitless to each and every subject decided on to express.

https://spark.adobe.com/page/GNaPB7bQ4BLD7/

Jose Pause Carrero

Posted on 1/8/18 4:33:36 AM Permalink

Hello, I hope all is well as for myself I have created a link to share my work on the Adobe Spark Page. A suggested poster for the back space of the classroom also a splash to inspire our students in classroom email updates something relative to the subject. In which we would with the background everyone may have their own depiction of what the quote means to them. I either got from Mr. Hodgeson or his inspiration throughout the courses gave birth to the quote. I think it works well and suits the need for the message projected. Working on the Adobe Spark was very simple and streamlined from navigation to integration of third-party uploads (google Pics) when it came to searching for an image, also the option to upload from your hard drive. Please enjoy and share your thoughts I'd love to hear what you think?

https://spark.adobe.com/post/mkrJgQqS7IolA/