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Got Spark, Now What? Your first three lessons for Spark in the classroom

Lesson Plan Published 11/14/19 Last updated on 3/2/20

Ready to roll with Adobe Spark in your classroom? This three-part lesson plan focuses on how to get your students started with the tools. When your students (or teachers) go through these three 50 minute lessons they will learn how to create a post (logo), a spark video (who am I video) and page (learning portfolio). There is even an extension activity that walks you thought the process for setting up your personalized designs and templates.

Each lesson has short video tutorials that are recorded using closed captioning.

This lesson is the perfect way to get a new class of students or teachers introduced to using Adobe Spark.

Adobe Evangelists made this activity for Loudoun County School District and Prince George’s County Public School teachers, with feedback from other rockstar teachers like Gina Tuozzo, Kimberlyn Nyarko, Lisa Whitehead- Stuart, Cristen Magaletti and Lisa Highfill

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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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Terry Marsh

Posted on 5/13/20 1:49:54 AM Permalink

​This is an excellent starter resource for engaging students with Adobe Spark.


Posted on 4/17/20 2:31:18 AM Permalink

​Hello -- this is great! Thank you so much! The link to the "What makes a good video?" portion of the lesson takes students back to "Art of Logo Design" video. Did you intend for it to go to a different video, and if so, can you please post the updated link? I am using these as our weekly distance learning lessons for Digital Media and would love to use it next week, if possible =)

Mar Ble

Posted on 4/15/20 8:08:50 AM Permalink

​Thank you for sharing!

Mihaela Stir

Posted on 3/23/20 1:05:44 AM Permalink

​Thank you!! This is very appreciate it!

Eula Kador

Posted on 2/14/20 3:40:28 PM Permalink

​Thanks so much! This is exactly what I was looking for!!!

Jonathan Doyle

Posted on 2/12/20 10:56:52 PM Permalink

Very nice thank you!​

m ariel

Posted on 2/12/20 7:03:39 PM Permalink

​Thanks for this. Looking forward to working with Spark!

Mark Woszczalski

Posted on 12/24/19 2:24:25 AM Permalink

​Very cool, will definitely share this across our campus!

Noriyuki KOIKE

Posted on 12/15/19 3:27:27 AM Permalink


Judy Durkin

Posted on 12/3/19 7:39:54 PM Permalink

​Thank you, Adobe. I FINALLY got Spark loaded on my school lab and will use this to implement it into my classes.

Tanya Avrith

Posted on 12/4/19 7:31:23 PM Permalink

YAY! I am so happy to hear that! Please let me know how the lessons were received! I would love your feedback and to see student creations :)​