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What is one idea you’re most excited about right now? How will you make it happen?

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What is one idea you’re most excited about right now? How will you make it happen?

After posting your response, read and respond to 3 other course participants.

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

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Caroline Godbey

Posted on 7/20/18 11:10:20 PM Permalink

​My eventual goal is to provide my students the opportunity to earn the Adobe Certified Associate credential. More immediately, I'm excited about using Spark as an introduction before we dive in to some of the other software.

Georgia Greaves

Posted on 7/20/18 11:05:25 AM Permalink

After using spark for the first time I really want to start incorporating it into the apprenticeship program we currently provide, creating images, videos and pages to replace PowerPoints which are out of date.

Caroline Godbey

Posted on 7/20/18 11:12:48 PM Permalink

​I'm with you. Spark will be a good way to add excitement to content rather than dragging out the same old PowerPoints.

Janeth Pereira

Posted on 7/17/18 2:58:43 AM Permalink

​An idea that I have currently is to have students create billboards and videos using the adobe programs. I can see the students using the programs to create videos for persuasive arguments in writing. I can also see the videos being able to be used as documentaries with information for science projects. It seems like something students would enjoy doing!

Georgia Greaves

Posted on 7/20/18 11:07:17 AM Permalink

Very good ideas! and I agree with the video part being used for projects in the classroom, I work with apprentices so this could be a good way of producing coursework or answers to certain tasks.

Heather Brady

Posted on 7/15/18 3:23:44 PM Permalink

​At the moment I am most excited about using what I have learned to create engaging content for my students. Being a school that is working through competency-based education I am always looking for ways to meet the differing needs and speed of learning of my students. I can see the Spark products providing an engaging way for students to revisit material that possibly they didn't fully grasp during class. It would give them more and different ways to interact with the material before it came time for a summative assessment. I also like that it is easily accessible from any device...my students aren't often without their phones! After that I am excited about getting these tools into the school so that students can report their findings using Spark pages.

Caroline Godbey

Posted on 7/20/18 11:15:18 PM Permalink

​It is so helpful to students to have access to content outside of class for review or to use if they were absent.

Janeth Pereira

Posted on 7/14/18 11:54:00 PM Permalink

​I am excited about the videos! I already feel like I will use that feature for science projects or persuasive writing. I can see the students creating documentary type videos.

Heather Brady

Posted on 7/15/18 3:26:49 PM Permalink

I think the videos will be great too. Having students be able to view or create something to demonstrate a concept will most likely prove very effective. ​

Georgia Greaves

Posted on 7/20/18 11:05:49 AM Permalink

The videos are so easy to create and are so effective!

Héctor Adolfo Bernal Sandoval

Posted on 7/14/18 1:49:12 PM Permalink

I think spark allows the student to streamline the processes of document construction for classes and will make it become a producer of digital content


Georgia Greaves

Posted on 7/20/18 11:07:47 AM Permalink

Yes! it also gives them new skills and promotes new ideas being formed

Carrie Sims

Posted on 7/13/18 5:00:39 AM Permalink

​I am very excited about Spark Video and Post! It so user friendly and I plan on intrdducing it to my class very early in the school year!

Heather Brady

Posted on 7/15/18 3:25:03 PM Permalink

I agree! If I could figure it out I know my students will have no problem and they will soon be teaching me new things they figured out.​

MARTIN COCKRAM

Posted on 7/6/18 7:06:15 AM Permalink

​I am very excited about integrating audio, images and video into students' presentations - getting them to be more creative for their presentations and reflections. I will start with Spark/Post.

Caroline Godbey

Posted on 7/20/18 11:18:39 PM Permalink

That is a great idea. ​The simplicity of using Spark will let your students focus on the creativity rather than the software.

Samer Dakroub

Posted on 7/3/18 1:49:48 PM Permalink

​using sparks is very useful to create a better learning outcomes

MARTIN COCKRAM

Posted on 7/6/18 7:07:37 AM Permalink

Agreed, and it is also so flexible and allows for a much more professional looking and overall pleasing outcome.​

Heather Brady

Posted on 7/15/18 3:25:33 PM Permalink

That is what I am hoping for too.​

Jarris Martin

Posted on 7/2/18 3:24:53 AM Permalink

Spark post can be used to post rules for games and pictures of students actually putting the movements in practice.​

Samer Dakroub

Posted on 7/3/18 1:50:08 PM Permalink

i agree with you​

Carolyn Dennis

Posted on 7/1/18 5:46:12 AM Permalink

​I really would like to use animated video for students to be able to demonstrate different games and activities

Jarris Martin

Posted on 7/2/18 3:22:19 AM Permalink

Agree. That will be very helpful, especially for those who may not be able to participate.​

Samer Dakroub

Posted on 7/3/18 1:47:34 PM Permalink

its very important to stimulate​ students to give their best in a creative way like video

Janeth Pereira

Posted on 7/17/18 2:59:49 AM Permalink

Games would be a fun way to use the videos! I didn't even think of that, sounds awesome.

Eanisha Washington

Posted on 7/1/18 3:48:55 AM Permalink

i enjoyed making the animated video and telling the story. I plan to practice more to better teach students the desired outcome. ​

Jarris Martin

Posted on 7/2/18 3:22:48 AM Permalink

Great job. I think that will be very useful.​

MARTIN COCKRAM

Posted on 7/6/18 7:08:44 AM Permalink

That would be great, the ability to narrative your video/images is an excellent tool for storytelling. ​

Rachel Leriche

Posted on 6/30/18 8:26:28 PM Permalink

​I like the idea of making a video. I know I need more practice, but I know my students will get a kick out of it.

Jarris Martin

Posted on 7/2/18 3:23:22 AM Permalink

You do a lot of active learning in your class and that will help them to better understand the subject matter.​

Astrid Dynes

Posted on 6/29/18 9:44:20 PM Permalink

I am excited about making videos showing how to solve different word problems.​

Donna White

Posted on 6/30/18 7:58:54 PM Permalink

I know your students will love sharing their projects with others.​

Rachel Leriche

Posted on 6/30/18 8:27:34 PM Permalink

​I was just thinking about the projects we do in math that would be so much fun to do as a video.

Rachel Leriche

Posted on 6/30/18 8:28:20 PM Permalink

​I can’t wait to collaborate with you to see how we can get this done with our students.

Samer Dakroub

Posted on 7/3/18 1:50:51 PM Permalink

very good ​

MARTIN COCKRAM

Posted on 7/6/18 7:10:22 AM Permalink

Agreed, the video aspects are very exciting.​

Charmetria Monroe

Posted on 6/29/18 1:06:41 PM Permalink

I am excited about using digital stories in the classroom. This is an awesome way to showcase special needs students' unique talents. I would like to encourage students to use the tools to create their own presentation, in the classroom.​ I want to merge this with their current Read 180 curriculum.

Donna White

Posted on 6/30/18 7:59:45 PM Permalink

I can't wait to see some of the projects that your students have created.​

Linda Pearl

Posted on 6/26/18 6:18:05 PM Permalink

I loved the Spark video session. It reminded me of an all in one printer. It allows students the ease of implementation with voice, text and photo (all in one). This would be a good introductory activity for students to introduce themselves and also for Open House.​

tarsha lavillis

Posted on 6/28/18 4:26:01 PM Permalink

Yes, I agree. This would be good for a student that is shy or doesn't like to talk in front of people.

Astrid Dynes

Posted on 6/29/18 9:44:59 PM Permalink

That's a great idea having the students use it for Open House.

Donna White

Posted on 6/30/18 8:01:25 PM Permalink

I have also use​d similar types of software that allowed students to use pictures and voice to creat their presentations. i am excited to introduce this new tool.

Rachel Leriche

Posted on 6/30/18 8:30:21 PM Permalink

​All-in-one, I didn’t think about it in that. That sounds so intriguing, a way for student to introduce themselves. Love that idea.

Cindy Price

Posted on 6/26/18 5:47:04 AM Permalink

I am most excited about using Page in my photography classes to have students submit their assignments. Getting photos from devices to the computers has been an problem, cords, cables, new file formats, etc. By using Page, they will be able to create a quick Page straight from their phones/ipads, and submit it on time. Then they can be easily shared with the class for group "critiques". ​

tarsha lavillis

Posted on 6/28/18 4:29:25 PM Permalink

This will definitely help to get rid of the cords. I am excited for your group.

Stephanie Baier

Posted on 6/22/18 11:59:34 PM Permalink

​I would like to use the Adobe Cloud tools to advertise my courses. I teach computer science in a small school. As an elective teacher, I find myself competing for students. I'm hoping to use the tools to create pages/videos to act as commercials. I'd also like to encourage my students to use the tools to create their own presentation. I hate seeing presentations using slides.

Cindy Price

Posted on 6/26/18 5:51:33 AM Permalink

This is a good idea. Maybe using past students who really enjoyed the class would help in creating excitement. How would you share these commercials so you make sure students would see them?

Janeth Pereira

Posted on 7/17/18 3:00:58 AM Permalink

Yes! I also feel like creating commercials would be a fun and creative way for students to utilize the program.​

karen darroch

Posted on 6/22/18 1:08:21 PM Permalink

As a technology coach for my district, I am very excited to share Post, Page, and VIdeo, to all of my K-5 teachers at all three of my schools. As I was practicing with all three, I was thinking of standards each tool would match up with for all grade levels.​

Stephanie Baier

Posted on 6/23/18 12:00:08 AM Permalink

Hi Karen, Do you think your students would use the tools, or just the teachers?​

Daniel Holman

Posted on 6/21/18 3:57:36 PM Permalink

I am excited to try the Spark Video in class. I have a lot of ideas about how to use it, but the first day of class I will have the students make a self-introduction video to tell me about themselves. Hopefully, it will help break the ice personally, as well as technologically.

Stephanie Baier

Posted on 6/23/18 12:01:07 AM Permalink

What a great idea! What grade do you teach? Do you think the learning curve for your students will be a block, or another way to break the ice?​

Cindy Price

Posted on 6/26/18 5:49:17 AM Permalink

Great idea, I was thinking about this as well, a much more fun way to break the ice, and it will give us an idea of where students are creativity-wise too.

Linda Pearl

Posted on 6/26/18 6:22:14 PM Permalink

Loving your idea. It would make a great introduction tool for students and Meet the Teacher.​

Astrid Dynes

Posted on 6/29/18 9:45:48 PM Permalink

Cool idea using it to make a video for Meet the Teacher

Diana Diaz

Posted on 6/19/18 3:28:57 AM Permalink

I am excited and nervous about using ​Adobe Spark Video. Creating my project with Adobe Spark Video was fun and I know this tool will help my students learn and understand math curriculum. Adobe Spark will help with students presentations.

Adobe Spark Pages I will use as an introduction of a math concept. Allow my students the use of this tool to demonstrate understanding of a math concept or skill. Adobe Spark to aid in math vocabulary or announcements.

Linda Pearl

Posted on 6/26/18 6:09:36 PM Permalink

Love your ideas. There's so much you can do with Adobe. I can't wait to see it.​

Project Based Learning

Posted on 6/18/18 3:40:01 PM Permalink

​I can use Adobe Spark Video for students to retell their favorite read aloud. Adobe Spark can make the story come alive for the students so they can showcase the story in the way in which it makes sense to them.

Stephanie Baier

Posted on 6/23/18 12:03:41 AM Permalink

That sounds like a great idea. What grade do you teach?​

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/15/18 12:35:34 AM Permalink

​I am excited about Adobe Spark video. I can use it to teach and students can use it to present their work.

Project Based Learning

Posted on 6/18/18 3:41:07 PM Permalink

Adobe Spark Video is the best thing I have seen in terms of students presenting quality work. ​

Diana Diaz

Posted on 6/19/18 3:37:17 AM Permalink

I agree Adobe Spark Video will aid students with their creative projects.

Dayana Sereno

Posted on 6/14/18 6:03:39 PM Permalink

What is one idea you’re most excited about right now? How will you make it happen?

I am excited of the idea of having more creativity in creating events and messages and for those to be more creative and fun.​

Daniel Holman

Posted on 6/21/18 3:58:23 PM Permalink

​Spark Posts look like a great way to facilitate communication for events and messaging.

Brandon Schut

Posted on 6/13/18 4:41:53 PM Permalink

​I am excited about using Adobe Spark Posts as a fun way to remind people about upcoming events.

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/15/18 12:36:15 AM Permalink

​I agree that Posts will be a fun way to advertise upcoming events.

Project Based Learning

Posted on 6/18/18 3:42:28 PM Permalink

​Posts will be a fun way to remind people of upcoming events. Hopefully, the presentation will bring in a lot of people to the event.

Janeth Pereira

Posted on 7/17/18 3:01:54 AM Permalink

Great idea! It would be a good way to remind students, easy for them to see and rememeber.​

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/13/18 12:28:59 AM Permalink

I am excited about two tools that I have learnt so far; Adobe Spark (Page and Post) and Adobe Illustrator. I am beginning to learn Adobe Photoshop, but it is bit tricky. Spark is very easy to use and I am excited more because students will find it great tool to present their assignments and research projects​

Dayana Sereno

Posted on 6/14/18 6:04:46 PM Permalink

​I agree with you.

Daniel Holman

Posted on 6/21/18 4:00:18 PM Permalink

Being easy to use is definitely a benefit for the students. They can create some pretty polished projects.

Erin Maxey

Posted on 6/12/18 10:10:16 PM Permalink

​I'm excited about incorporating Adobe Spark Video into my classroom! The students can use it to make engaging presentations.

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/13/18 12:31:47 AM Permalink

Erin,

I am also planning to use SPARK for my own lecture material and for students to create their own presentations.​

Dayana Sereno

Posted on 6/14/18 6:05:26 PM Permalink

​i like the idea of having students more involved with technology and having them use there imagination and creativity.

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/15/18 12:36:53 AM Permalink

I agree that Adobe Spark Video will be a great tool for students to use for presentations.​

Astrid Dynes

Posted on 6/29/18 9:46:39 PM Permalink

I think allowing students the chance to be creative by making videos is a wonderful idea.

amy coleman-diaz

Posted on 6/12/18 3:47:25 PM Permalink

I am excited of the possibilities that we will have to create pages and videos while on the go. Perhaps a video can be created and shared with staff prior to meetings to set up a flipped meeting of sorts.​

Diana Diaz

Posted on 6/19/18 3:33:28 AM Permalink

I agree videos and pages will help facilitate meetings with teachers.

Kadi Abad

Posted on 6/12/18 3:25:36 PM Permalink

I am excited about using Spark video. I have used screencasting in the past for presentations I have created but was reluctant to incorporate them into projects because of the use of multiple applications. Spark video allows students to create their presentations and narrate them all in one program. This will build on language skills as well as presentation skills.

Erin Maxey

Posted on 6/12/18 10:12:07 PM Permalink

​The all in one feature does make it much more user friendly!

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/13/18 12:33:41 AM Permalink

Erin,

I think you are thinking about Spark an Creative cloud,​

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/13/18 12:30:17 AM Permalink

I agree that Spark is the easy tool for students to use and present their projects​

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/15/18 12:38:05 AM Permalink

I was surprised at how easy it was to create a video using Adobe Spark. I think students will really enjoy using this!​

Esmeralda Contreras

Posted on 6/12/18 1:16:32 AM Permalink

I am excited to know of a program like Spark that is easy enough for everyone to use to create various projects. Of the 3 possible projects in Adobe Spark, I like the posts and pages the most. The video part still kind of scares me (haha), but I think that's mostly my personal "bias" since I've never been quite fond of making videos or recording my voice. But I'm positive that my students will enjoy experiencing creating all three.

I will also let my students know that I'm still quite a novice when it comes to Adobe programs, so there may be some things that I may not know how to do, but we can learn together. I am excited to see the products my students will create this upcoming school year.

amy coleman-diaz

Posted on 6/12/18 3:49:42 PM Permalink

It's great that you will give yourself a chance to video yourself and doing voiceovers. A video like that can be posted and shared with students to reinforce concepts. You could also do a flipped classroom from time to time.

Erin Maxey

Posted on 6/12/18 10:13:13 PM Permalink

​We will figure it out together!

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/15/18 12:39:08 AM Permalink

I don't like hearing my recorded voice either. I was really impressed at how easy it was to create a video using Adobe Spark. Our students will love this!​

Charmetria Monroe

Posted on 6/15/18 3:02:23 AM Permalink

I agree. I don't like hearing my recorded voice either, but I think our students will love it!​

Linda Pearl

Posted on 6/26/18 6:32:10 PM Permalink

I didn't like hearing my voice either. It was great knowing that I could go back and record over with ease. The students will love recording and hearing their own voices.

Diana Diaz

Posted on 6/19/18 3:44:08 AM Permalink

Adobe Video Spark was scary; however, it was no so bad hearing your voice being recorded. I know students will really enjoy Adobe Spark Video for their presentations.​

Alex Budgell

Posted on 6/12/18 12:21:19 AM Permalink

I​ am excited to have my students use Adobe Spark to create learning journals in which they will use this to document their ideas and reflect on course concepts and questions. Also, I am planning on using Adobe Photoshop Mix for students to complete editing at home. I will make this happen next semester (Sept. 2018) by having students download Spark and Mix, and teaching a lesson on using the software.

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/11/18 11:45:01 PM Permalink

Thus far, I have used Photomix, Adobe Spark and Illustrator.. I am excited about Illustrator because, one can present the data, events, processes in graphical, colorful forms that can be very attractive to grasp and retain the contents, I am excited about Spark for story presentation or making videos. Making video presentation, I find , does have some limitations, but it is much faster and easier as compared to some other softwares that I have used. I do think that both these programs should keep students motivated and engaged.​

Kelsey Dierdorff

Posted on 6/11/18 7:06:32 PM Permalink

​I am most excited about Adobe Spark and all it has to offer for my students and myself. It is an easy tool to use and I can't wait to share this will my colleagues as well! Since I am also an academic technology coach, I plan to start having "Lunch and Learn" sessions so that I can sit down with my colleagues and show them how easy these tools are to use and how how they can aid to making learning more meaningful and engaging.

Melody Volk

Posted on 6/11/18 7:12:13 PM Permalink

That is a great idea "Lunch and Learn". Maybe my colleagues would adopt if they could see they could create videos and presentations in a short period of time and how easy it is.​

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/11/18 11:50:51 PM Permalink

​I agree that making videos in Spark is much easier than some other software programs I have struggled with.

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/11/18 11:47:18 PM Permalink

​I agrre that some of the Adobe programs will keep students motivated and engaged.

Erin Maxey

Posted on 6/12/18 10:14:23 PM Permalink

​Love the Lunch and Learn idea!

Dayana Sereno

Posted on 6/14/18 6:06:03 PM Permalink

I agree with you, I think we are all excited about Spark.​

Cindy Price

Posted on 6/26/18 5:56:30 AM Permalink

Great idea, lunch and learn! We use this with our students for different topics, but hadn't thought about using it for the teachers too! Thanks for the idea.

Christine Mueller

Posted on 6/11/18 6:41:24 PM Permalink

What is one idea you’re most excited about right now? How will you make it happen?

I am really excited to use Adobe Spark and other components of Creative Cloud to create powerful and interesting presentations for teachers and leadership in my district!

Kelsey Dierdorff

Posted on 6/11/18 7:07:46 PM Permalink

Christine,

I am so excited about Adobe Spark as well and to share this information with my colleagues. Do you plan on sharing with your colleagues as well? If so, how do you think you are going to share this info with them? :) ​

Ulka Tipnis

Posted on 6/11/18 11:49:46 PM Permalink

​Yes, Spark, Illustrator and Creative cloud are great tools for students to get motivated and learn and retain the contents.

Cindy Kringelis

Posted on 6/9/18 1:03:34 AM Permalink

I'm not sure if I'm supposed to post here or in the assignment section. Don't want to duplicate. See comment, here.

Andrea Kerr

Posted on 6/5/18 5:10:03 PM Permalink

​I am super excited about having my students use Adobe Post to create a presentation. My students create presentations for class as well as for competitions. I think it will be a creative way to show their ideas.

Christine Mueller

Posted on 6/11/18 6:42:08 PM Permalink

Same here! ​

Kelsey Dierdorff

Posted on 6/11/18 7:08:40 PM Permalink

Andrea,

What subject do you teach? And what competitions could your students use Adobe Post for? I always love to hear what other educators are doing in their own classrooms :)​

ROSANNE VALENTINE

Posted on 6/4/18 4:50:33 AM Permalink

​I am excited to let my kids experiment with each feature and learn about Spark alongside of my students next school year.

Kadi Abad

Posted on 6/12/18 3:26:47 PM Permalink

I agree! It is exciting to be able to explore the program together with students.​

Melody Volk

Posted on 5/31/18 3:19:38 PM Permalink

I can the valuable asset that Spark will be within my Graphic Design courses for my students. It will help my students get more comfortable with designing and using their own creativity.​

Kelsey Dierdorff

Posted on 6/11/18 7:09:59 PM Permalink

Melody,

Have you thought of any assignments that you will assign to your students yet in terms of introducing them to Adobe Spark? I love to hear what other educators are doing in their own classrooms!

Melody Volk

Posted on 6/11/18 7:15:48 PM Permalink

My first assignment is an introduction of themselves and why and how they decided to study Graphic Arts. I will use this in all of my classrooms. I plan to use the links I found on the Exchange and also the tutorial videos on the Spark website.​

Amit KA

Posted on 5/31/18 8:59:27 AM Permalink

I strongly believe that having Spark as a essential tool in school will help lot kids to bring out creativity in them​. Leaning will be more fun and most importantly it will drive kids to make use of there ipads/tablets as a educational tool than a game console.

My first project would be to create a Plant life cycle poster then convert that into a 1 min video presentation.

Daniel Holman

Posted on 6/21/18 4:02:44 PM Permalink

One of the features I like about Spark is that it is easily accessible and usable across platforms. It is incredible how many applications there are across a variety of subjects.

Neal Evans

Posted on 5/29/18 3:51:20 PM Permalink

​I think that Spark is going to be an amazing new tool in the classroom. It will add another string to the bow of students for whom technology is second nature. Being able to make Posts, Pages and Videos of their work will mean that the days of forgotten sketchbooks might soon be over.

Christine Mueller

Posted on 6/11/18 6:43:32 PM Permalink

Excellent thoughts! Students here amaze me with the great things they create!​

Vibhusha Nair

Posted on 5/29/18 2:50:58 PM Permalink

I'm excited and thinking that, an adobe education in the whole school and collage a subject of Adobe Spark should also be a compulsory.

Mary Bell

Posted on 5/28/18 10:58:34 PM Permalink

I am excited that entire school will have an adobe account and we will begin creating and sharing ideas with Adobe Spark.

amy coleman-diaz

Posted on 6/12/18 3:45:50 PM Permalink

I second this! I love the fact that we can access the tools on our devices such as phones and can create videos and pages wherever we are.

MICHEAL BUTTS

Posted on 5/28/18 5:01:48 PM Permalink

​I am very excited to use these tools to help the students grow more using technology. I can't wait to use these tools in the classroom.

Mary Bell

Posted on 5/28/18 10:59:50 PM Permalink

What project are you going to complete first? I know your projects will be very engaging.

LaKesha Jones

Posted on 5/26/18 6:12:04 PM Permalink

​I'm excited about the animated video. WE recently received microphones for our computers, so my students will be able to do book reviews, using not not only pictures, but their own voice. I think this will encourage my students to participate more in the book challenges that we have!

MICHEAL BUTTS

Posted on 5/28/18 5:02:25 PM Permalink

So true and fun too.​

Kadi Abad

Posted on 6/12/18 3:27:46 PM Permalink

Adobe will be great to add to the book challenge response menu. Maybe students could complete a portfolio for their book challenge responses.

Trina Goodwin

Posted on 6/15/18 12:41:01 AM Permalink

The students will be excited for another option to the book challenge response menu! They will love these Adobe Spark tools!​

michael Logan

Posted on 5/23/18 8:15:30 PM Permalink

I am exited to introduce the Adobe Tools to my students especially the Spark Tools. They will take all subjects to a whole different level of learning and creativity. I feel that my students will become more engaged and creative. They will take pride in their work and learn to not only have a deeper understating of the subjet matter but the will also learn the necessary technology programs for employment in this digital age.​

LaKesha Jones

Posted on 5/26/18 6:13:25 PM Permalink

I am definitely looking forward to a more engaging classroom using some of the tools! Coupled with our learning management system, I am excited with using them both!​

Mary Bell

Posted on 5/28/18 11:01:36 PM Permalink

​Yes, the task and rubrics for your projects using Adobe can easily be handled with our LMS. I look forward to your projects.

amy coleman-diaz

Posted on 6/12/18 3:51:43 PM Permalink

Yes! Flipped classrooms via videos and students creating their own to showcase their learning will definitely engage them at a higher, creative level.

MICHEAL BUTTS

Posted on 5/28/18 5:03:16 PM Permalink

Both are great tools to use.​

Christine Mueller

Posted on 6/11/18 6:44:12 PM Permalink

Exactly!​

Elizabeth Wawrzyniak

Posted on 5/17/18 7:48:28 PM Permalink

Every year our students do a remix of a white paper they've researched and written. I'm very excited about the idea of introducing them to Adobe Spark to help them with their remix processes. I can imagine a lot of them finding the easy-to-use applications perfect for the assignment and for the amount of time they usually have (amid their other coursework and responsibilities) to work on it.

LaKesha Jones

Posted on 5/26/18 6:14:46 PM Permalink

I think this is a good tool! It also seems to be user friendly, so it shouldn't be too hard for them to pick it up!​

MICHEAL BUTTS

Posted on 5/28/18 5:02:50 PM Permalink

What a great way to reuse material.​

Daniela Jankovska

Posted on 5/15/18 7:23:48 PM Permalink

I like the idea of transforming the traditional curriculum and ask students to self-reflect, either through written blog response, a video log, or an interview, how they believe their project demonstrated originality, ingenuity, and analytical thinking. For example, whenever giving a presentation, why not have students make a video or a progress blog in Adobe Spark to showcase how they understand and communicate certain concepts? Or, ask them create a multimedia display for their conventional projects using Spark, InDesign or Photoshop. It is all about giving them the right tools to work with, so I am excited about this transformation.

Elizabeth Wawrzyniak

Posted on 5/17/18 8:32:15 PM Permalink

When talking with educators, their biggest concern about digital media and projects has always been how to assess student learning as they have been doing on traditional projects like papers or tests. But I think that the self-reflection opportunity afforded by Spark Page is great and I can't wait to recommend teachers use it. ​

Melody Volk

Posted on 5/31/18 3:22:36 PM Permalink

I like the idea of self-reflection on their projects.​

Tom Dahl

Posted on 5/11/18 6:38:13 AM Permalink

​I really like the idea of developing a badge system to show skills competency.

LaKesha Jones

Posted on 5/26/18 6:14:01 PM Permalink

That is a neat idea! Challenges can be created as these skills are completed!​

Cindy Kringelis

Posted on 6/9/18 12:56:00 AM Permalink

Great idea! Badges are so motivational, and the idea of having them make one fits well with concept of being creators, not just consumers.​

Jessica Robinson

Posted on 5/9/18 6:46:54 PM Permalink

I am excited about introducing teachers and students to a new way to amplify their voice and creativity.

Elizabeth Wawrzyniak

Posted on 5/17/18 8:32:47 PM Permalink

Agreed! I think both students and teachers will be excited by this!​

Melody Volk

Posted on 5/31/18 3:23:41 PM Permalink

I'm with you on getting my students to amplify their voice and creativity.​

Esmeralda Contreras

Posted on 6/12/18 1:08:12 AM Permalink

I think both students and teachers will be excited to have more tools available to them. I feel like using Adobe tools will help keep our students (more) engaged in their learning.​

Jennifer Pelzer

Posted on 5/9/18 2:02:43 PM Permalink

I am most excited about the idea of having my students create a commercial. They absolutely love seeing themselves. So, I think that this will be a perfect way for them to show me their know of particular topics while still being able to explore their creative side.​

Cindy Kringelis

Posted on 6/9/18 12:58:05 AM Permalink

​Love this. Advertising is all around, so hopefully after they make a commercial themselves, they will view ads differently - critiquing and learning the art instead of just passively absorbing.

Durga Raghavi T

Posted on 5/7/18 6:55:32 AM Permalink

​i'm most excited about creating more videos and posts..i'm loving it and i'll introduce and encourage them to my students for sure..

Jessica Robinson

Posted on 5/9/18 6:47:45 PM Permalink

Once they get started, it will be amazing to see what the create.​

Heather Podbielski

Posted on 5/4/18 2:00:45 AM Permalink

I am most excited about the posts and video capabilities. I can use these to encourage students to use their creativity in positive ways that will allow them to engage in the lessons.

Durga Raghavi T

Posted on 5/7/18 6:56:19 AM Permalink

yes me too..​

Esmeralda Contreras

Posted on 6/12/18 1:10:22 AM Permalink

Same here!! I really loved the posts and pages, the video part still kind of scares me. haha. But I'm sure my students will love all 3 components and will surprise us with their creativity and exceed our expectations.​

Amy Bell

Posted on 5/3/18 7:51:12 PM Permalink

​I am excited about Spark - it seems to be a versatile and creative outlet for me and my students to make learning more engaging and fun. I will create presentations and I will have students complete lessons in Spark, in the way they see fit.

Heather Podbielski

Posted on 5/4/18 2:06:34 AM Permalink

I agree! Looking forward to learning more!

Durga Raghavi T

Posted on 5/7/18 6:57:04 AM Permalink

even me​

Jessica Robinson

Posted on 5/9/18 6:48:38 PM Permalink

Once I introduce these tools to teachers they are in awe of what they can do.

Tom Dahl

Posted on 5/11/18 6:39:53 AM Permalink

Spark is a great software for entry-level participants - I use it for 1st-4th grade students.​

Mary Bell

Posted on 5/28/18 11:03:11 PM Permalink

I am looking forward to using it with my 5th and 6th grade students next year.

Cindy Kringelis

Posted on 6/9/18 12:58:43 AM Permalink

So good to hear you're having success with that age group.​

Esmeralda Contreras

Posted on 6/12/18 1:11:42 AM Permalink

I agree! It's easy enough for both technology novices and experts ​to use and enjoy. I will be using this with 5th graders next year. I'm excited to see what my students will create!

Rebekah Grow

Posted on 5/1/18 9:57:32 PM Permalink

I am excited about the ease of learning the apps and Adobe Spark. Students need something simple to use if you are going to be introducing new technology into class assignments. It also helps if the instructor is using it as well within the course themselves with examples. I think this opens the door for much more creativity in the classroom.​

Amy Bell

Posted on 5/3/18 7:52:00 PM Permalink

I agree - good luck!​

Durga Raghavi T

Posted on 5/7/18 6:56:49 AM Permalink

yes i agree..even im excited​

Tom Dahl

Posted on 5/11/18 6:40:38 AM Permalink

Spark is good for 1st-4th grade students.​

beth hermes

Posted on 5/1/18 4:15:55 PM Permalink

​Im excited to create a webpage to inspire drop out students to come back to school!

Heather Podbielski

Posted on 5/4/18 2:01:28 AM Permalink

I think that is a great idea!

John Walsh

Posted on 4/29/18 9:59:15 AM Permalink

I am most excited about introducing Adobe Cloud to my class and staff. I will make this happen through staff training as I am the ICT coordinator and also training my students.​

Rebekah Grow

Posted on 5/1/18 9:59:01 PM Permalink

Having access for both students and instructors is a big deal. That means they can learn it together and the ease of learning it makes for more creative assignments in the classroom and workspace.​

Nathan Sanders

Posted on 4/25/18 4:44:33 PM Permalink

I'm excited that the workflow between mobile apps and desktop apps is extremely seamless. ​This is huge when thinking through logistics for an assignment. It also allows students to take their experiences and document them on the fly.

Amy Bell

Posted on 5/3/18 7:52:22 PM Permalink

I'm excited to use both too!​

Heather Podbielski

Posted on 5/4/18 2:07:47 AM Permalink

Apparently you have to have an iphone in order for to be a seamless workflow.

Osi Ejiofor

Posted on 4/25/18 12:10:23 PM Permalink

​I am excited about pupils being able to use the spark apps during lessons. The next step is to ensure that sufficient hardware is in place to facilitate this.

John Walsh

Posted on 4/29/18 10:00:02 AM Permalink

I think this is one aspect that really needs attention. I know at my school we will have to invest heavily to allow all students to use this technology.

Tom Dahl

Posted on 5/11/18 6:41:35 AM Permalink

Spark can be used on many platforms that support internet.​

Ann Rogers

Posted on 4/24/18 1:52:36 PM Permalink

​I really liked Spark! I hope to get some students using this soon to create various projects. The possibilities are endless. I can't wait to see creativity blossom in our students.

Amy Bell

Posted on 5/3/18 7:52:52 PM Permalink

I agree - very excited to implement this technology in my classroom! ​

Jessica Robinson

Posted on 5/9/18 6:49:41 PM Permalink

I hope you are able to share some of their projects, so we can see what they come up with.

Lynet Humphrey

Posted on 4/19/18 7:08:04 PM Permalink

​I most excited about having students and teachers have access to Adobe Creative Cloud services. The opportunity for creativity to blossom in classrooms with the use of Spark Post and Spark Page to demonstrate further understanding and integrate technology/ creativity will really connect concepts for students.

Osi Ejiofor

Posted on 4/25/18 12:13:29 PM Permalink

​This is great that the students will have access to Adobe creative cloud. Will they be using their own devices?

Nathan Sanders

Posted on 4/25/18 4:46:22 PM Permalink

Having access for both students and teachers is huge. Often times it is just the students who have access and some teachers.​

Walt Justice

Posted on 4/16/18 5:17:08 PM Permalink

I am most excited about my faculty using Adobe Spark Post to create module introductions that they can use in their own SoftChalk or D2L modules. This is a great way for students to visualize content.

Osi Ejiofor

Posted on 4/25/18 12:12:23 PM Permalink

​this sounds like a great idea. Getting students to think ahead of topic content.

Cecile Paskett

Posted on 4/11/18 4:21:34 PM Permalink

​I think the Spark video tool could be a nice resource for online students when they are creating online presentations (whether they are final project presentations or peer learning presentations). That said, I think it would be important to write instructions and scaffold the students sufficiently so that they focus more on generating good content for the presentations, rather than focusing unduly on the video tool itself.

Walt Justice

Posted on 4/16/18 5:18:27 PM Permalink

I think this is a great idea. In fact, we are in the process of making Spark available to all of our students through our Enterprise license, which means we will begin to offer Spark training sessions to them.

Osi Ejiofor

Posted on 4/25/18 12:11:21 PM Permalink

​that sound great!

Kadi Abad

Posted on 6/12/18 3:32:39 PM Permalink

I agree that Spark video will be great for presentations. I completed my masters online and it was common to feel disconnected from classmates. When we completed assignment that involved video and audio of ourselves, I felt more connected tp them.

Audra Thomas

Posted on 4/11/18 4:41:21 AM Permalink

​Spark will be a great tool for students to use to create their digital portfolios.

Walt Justice

Posted on 4/16/18 5:19:19 PM Permalink

Spark Page is fantastic for this. I use Page for nearly all of my Adobe Workshops to keep a reflective journal of my experience. However, it is also great for portfolios.

Ann Rogers

Posted on 4/24/18 1:56:26 PM Permalink

I think this is a great idea. It is so important that students begin working on these as they are younger and add to them throughout their school careers. ​

Nathan Sanders

Posted on 4/25/18 4:47:47 PM Permalink

Spark is a good start for ePortfolios. I think it can propel them into more sophisticated tools like Behance or other tools out there. ​It teachers them how to curate the artifacts they use.

John Walsh

Posted on 4/29/18 10:00:51 AM Permalink

It does look like a great program and relatively easy to use.

Rebekah Grow

Posted on 5/1/18 10:00:20 PM Permalink

I agree with you on this one. I thought about Spark being a great Canvas for journaling and any sort of logs within a course.

joseph kosma

Posted on 4/6/18 6:20:46 PM Permalink

​I am excited to incorporate Spark into a lot of my lessons. The presentation of material gives students a chance to present orally without being in front of the class. I want too use Spark video to create more projects or book reports to give a visual aspect as well.

Audra Thomas

Posted on 4/11/18 4:41:48 AM Permalink

Yes this a great idea!​

Jason Keiser

Posted on 4/6/18 4:01:33 PM Permalink

​Spark will make for a useful tool in the presentation of projects. This is true for the instructor as well as for the students.

Cecile Paskett

Posted on 4/11/18 4:22:15 PM Permalink

Yep, I agree! I think this is a nice presentation tool to add to the arsenal of everything that is already out there.​

Nathan Sanders

Posted on 4/25/18 4:49:25 PM Permalink

It's a great concept for presentations. We did have an instructor try it for presenting and learned that it can be hard to read with a lot of text. That is with anything though, right? Having the embed code is nice as well, for students to post in a discussion forum in an LMS.​

John Walsh

Posted on 4/29/18 10:08:09 AM Permalink

I am really interested to see how far my students can take Spark.

Melissa White

Posted on 3/28/18 7:56:53 PM Permalink

​An idea I am most excited about right now is finding ways to use Adobe Spark in my online tutoring. Creating informative web pages and educational videos, beautifully and easily, so that the student can better comprehend the lessons while having fun with it...is really exciting!

Jason Keiser

Posted on 4/6/18 4:01:59 PM Permalink

The online classroom seems like a great platform for these programs.​

joseph kosma

Posted on 4/6/18 6:22:28 PM Permalink

I think using Spark for educational videos is as awesome way to be involved and creative, but also save time .​

Ann Rogers

Posted on 4/24/18 1:57:20 PM Permalink

And it is so easy to put these videos together. Seamless​

Rebekah Grow

Posted on 5/1/18 10:01:00 PM Permalink

I don't think I thought about this for tutoring purposes to give them their lessons. What a great idea!​

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/26/18 10:12:27 PM Permalink

​a project the junior school students Year 1 was to create a powerpoint with photos of their family. If we change the task to use Adobe Spark then they can add dialogue, create a link and share with their parents immediately.

Melissa White

Posted on 3/28/18 8:01:16 PM Permalink

​This is a great idea! The students will appreciate the added benefits of Adobe Spark vs. Powerpoint when they use it. Being able to share their creation with loved ones easily is definitely an added bonus! I wish this were available when we were in high school, those reports and essays would have been a lot more fun!

Audra Thomas

Posted on 4/11/18 4:42:28 AM Permalink

This will be awesome!​

Jane Wolfarth

Posted on 3/26/18 9:10:16 PM Permalink

These would have been fun to use back when I was teaching English Language Learners.​

Ann Rogers

Posted on 4/24/18 1:59:01 PM Permalink

Totally. I immediately thought of our Spanish teacher and how she could use it with some of her Spanish projects... student narration and all. Her kids have to do videos and have not had an easy way to compile those videos. Spark would make it so simple.​

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 2:37:38 AM Permalink

using adobe spark with the junior school students, creating a link which we will upload to Story Park to share with parents immediately

Jane Wolfarth

Posted on 3/26/18 9:11:37 PM Permalink

​Wish my kids had project like that.

Rhonda White

Posted on 3/16/18 6:18:12 PM Permalink

​The use of video for a variety of different projects has me excited for the future projects in my classroom. The students are always wanting to create a lesson using video resources...using this software will be much easier for them...

Melissa White

Posted on 3/28/18 8:04:39 PM Permalink

I agree! Videos are at the forefront of technology now. Having access to easily create your own videos for projects is the answer to keeping up with technology and engaging students in a way that they find learning to be fun. ​

Jason Keiser

Posted on 4/6/18 4:02:42 PM Permalink

Students love their cell phones. This creates unique opportunities for them to use their favorite tool.​

joseph kosma

Posted on 4/6/18 6:23:25 PM Permalink

that is exciting hear before i try and implement it myself​

David Barragán

Posted on 3/16/18 3:17:27 PM Permalink

"What you see is not me" this is a project that I want my student to work on. It would be a picture of a student and they have to tell their story (in a different language) about who they really are! They are allowed to use any digital tools to complete this challenge/assingment. We both will benefit fot what we'll do. I'm so exited!

Walt Justice

Posted on 4/16/18 5:21:49 PM Permalink

This sounds like a great project and is one you should share through Behance. We do something similar to this, although not in a different language, with our teacher candidates to introduce them to SPark Video.

Robert Bourgeois

Posted on 3/11/18 3:16:53 PM Permalink

The one idea that excites me the most after completing the second workshop is how I can provide students and fellow educators with access to free mobile apps to increase their ability to be creative both in and out of the classroom. My plan to make this happen is to share both this workshop on increasing classroom creativity and the mobile tools I am learning about while participating in the workshops with both my students and coworkers. Knowledge is power and I need to make sure they know about these tools before they can be used productively to boost student creativity.

David Barragán

Posted on 3/16/18 3:22:26 PM Permalink

I think it is a good idea that your students know about these tools before they produce something but I also think exactly the opposite. They learn as they use their tools, right?

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 2:38:42 AM Permalink

I agree that the availability of mobile apps makes the use of them versatile.

Melissa White

Posted on 3/28/18 8:10:17 PM Permalink

This was what really excited me as well! The mobile apps from Adobe that can be used on the go, anytime, anywhere! After all we can not predict when we will get an amazing idea or are when we will actually be able to have a free moment to work on projects a little at a time​. Adobe is absolutely superior when it comes to accessibility, flexibility and having the top creativity tools in the industry!

joseph kosma

Posted on 4/6/18 6:24:57 PM Permalink

The fact that Spark is free is an awesome tool. You are right on. The free fact also makes people less resistant to change.​

Cecile Paskett

Posted on 4/11/18 4:31:11 PM Permalink

I agree, though I wish Adobe would make its Spark privacy and copyright settings more visible on the site. I know that there are students who have concerns about what is happening with their schoolwork and they may be curious about how these free tools will use their data.

Carol Lorigan

Posted on 3/6/18 6:13:06 PM Permalink

​Currently, I'm excited about introducing Photoshop to my Digital Design students using Photoshop Mix (mobile). Students are always using their devices to take pictures. I believe that Photoshop Mix will provide a "spark" of interest in Photoshop in Digital Design.

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 2:39:47 AM Permalink

I like the idea of using student mobile phones as part of curriculum instead of being punitive in their use. The availability of mobile apps makes it a seamless use of technology.​

Jason Keiser

Posted on 4/6/18 4:03:58 PM Permalink

The mobile nature of this software is great. Students will not be limited to time in the school's computer lab, but they can take the work with them.​

Audra Thomas

Posted on 4/11/18 4:43:38 AM Permalink

I am excited about Photoshop mix the kids will love it!​

Ken Reiss

Posted on 3/5/18 8:46:34 PM Permalink

I've just been asked to put together an overview of the Creative Suite applications for our department, so I think I'll use spark for some of it, as well as demonstrate some of the mobile tools.​

Ruth E Manlandro

Posted on 2/22/18 1:01:04 AM Permalink

I am going to use the photo and video creation tools in my classroom.

Ken Reiss

Posted on 3/5/18 8:47:01 PM Permalink

Depending on what you teach, there's all kinds of opportunities for that!

JAN CHRISTOPHER GAMIT

Posted on 2/14/18 2:38:03 PM Permalink

​i,m so excited to share this to my areamates so they can use this tools in their classess

Ragen Morgenstern

Posted on 2/12/18 10:10:22 PM Permalink

​I'm most excited about getting the kids to use Spark, they really loath keeping traditional journals, but being able to add pictures and video will surely get them more interested.

Ken Reiss

Posted on 3/5/18 8:47:34 PM Permalink

Yes, I would think kids would really like this!

Carol Lorigan

Posted on 3/6/18 6:17:07 PM Permalink

I agree, Ragen. ​I am also looking forward to presenting Spark Page as a "Learning Journal."

David Barragán

Posted on 3/16/18 3:24:21 PM Permalink

They really like that, I have done this projects with my kids in Spanish!​

Cecile Paskett

Posted on 4/11/18 4:24:51 PM Permalink

I also think it could help make journals are little more enticing. Some students take to journals well, but others can find them to be a bit of a slog. These tools might help making journaling more fun for them.​

JORGE BARRIGON

Posted on 2/8/18 9:36:12 PM Permalink

The complete set of spark apps are great I think there is a lot of potential, what I like is that the learning is very friendly and that help the students to start easy and focus more in the creative and content parts of the projects.

Ken Reiss

Posted on 3/5/18 8:48:12 PM Permalink

There certainly is!​

Carol Lorigan

Posted on 3/6/18 6:21:30 PM Permalink

I first learned about Spark in "Digital Design for Educators." I really liked keeping my work together and reflecting on it as I journeyed through the class. In this class, I learned about Spark Post and Spark Video. I can visualize using theseas both learning​ tools and teaching tools.

Dorus Verwiel

Posted on 1/23/18 11:19:59 AM Permalink

​I like to learn my students how to use Adobe sparks. after that I encourage them to use Sparks to hand over there work to me.

tarsha lavillis

Posted on 6/28/18 5:55:05 PM Permalink

Spark would be a good addition to responses in your classroom.

Terry Powell

Posted on 1/22/18 11:02:15 PM Permalink

My favorite was Spark Video. This is a great tool for Marketing courses.​

JORGE BARRIGON

Posted on 2/8/18 9:38:28 PM Permalink

I agree with you, spark video is great for courses. And spark page is great for students to deliver their work

David Barragán

Posted on 3/16/18 3:25:47 PM Permalink

What kind of projects have you done with your students?​

Tanya McAnally

Posted on 1/16/18 9:48:29 PM Permalink

ALL of it! I am excited about Spark post, page, and video. I teach K-5 computers so I can see a myself and my students using all the tools across the grade levels for different projects.

JORGE BARRIGON

Posted on 2/8/18 9:39:07 PM Permalink

​Its a great tool and very easy to use

Meagan Villejoin

Posted on 1/15/18 11:40:38 PM Permalink

​I am really excited to start using Spark video and converting some of my lessons into these creative digital gems that will hopefully inspire my students to want to know more.

Terry Powell

Posted on 1/22/18 11:03:01 PM Permalink

That's what I would use it for as well. I could also use it for video critiques.

Dorus Verwiel

Posted on 1/23/18 11:21:36 AM Permalink

exactly what I want to do: learn them how to use it and then use it!​

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/18 2:40:52 AM Permalink

the simplicity of adobe spark means that all students of all ages can use it

Melinda Larson-Horne

Posted on 1/11/18 4:56:45 PM Permalink

​I am excited about sharing Spark and the examples in this course with the teachers that I coach. It is fun and easy and allows students and teachers to be creative with telling a story and sharing ideas.

Meagan Villejoin

Posted on 1/15/18 11:44:17 PM Permalink

​The teachers at my school are always looking for professional development and our school just began its digital one-to-one initiative, so the Edex resources, in addition to the adobe apps are just the thing we needed to help us dive into our new technology! I can't wait to share as well!

Tanya McAnally

Posted on 1/16/18 9:56:02 PM Permalink

I am also excited to share with other teachers what Spark has to offer. ​

JORGE BARRIGON

Posted on 2/8/18 9:42:00 PM Permalink

The great thing about spark is that is very easy to use, is very friendly and that help with teachers that are a little bit reluctant to technology.

Brent Russell

Posted on 1/9/18 2:59:30 PM Permalink

​I really like how easy Adobe Spark is to use. I especially like the format and how quickly u can create a project. I really think the possibilities in using Adobe Spark are endless, especially when teaching technology classes like I do with my Media Arts 1 and Media Arts 2 classes.

Melinda Larson-Horne

Posted on 1/11/18 4:55:32 PM Permalink

​I had never used Spark before either and I agree that it was fun and easy while having lots of options for creativity.

Meagan Villejoin

Posted on 1/15/18 11:41:42 PM Permalink

​Yes! It is crazy and effortless Spark is and before you know if you have a beautiful product!

Tanya McAnally

Posted on 1/16/18 10:02:28 PM Permalink

I agree, it is so easy to use! I can't wait to have my student give it a try.

Tanya McAnally

Posted on 1/16/18 9:55:21 PM Permalink

So many fun possibilities! ​

Dorus Verwiel

Posted on 1/23/18 11:22:18 AM Permalink

Yes. Fun but also very handy to get great results with little effort and knowledge​

Terry Powell

Posted on 1/22/18 11:04:02 PM Permalink

​I agree... easy to use and I love that we have it available for free on our mobile devices.

Dorus Verwiel

Posted on 1/23/18 11:23:22 AM Permalink

same here: i teach digital design and for me it's a great way to learn them how to stand out in the crowd with there hand overs.​

Carol Lorigan

Posted on 3/6/18 6:23:27 PM Permalink

I think the ease of use is what makes it so great for use in the classroom! Students will catch on to it quite easily. No more excuses!​