Greg Hodgson

Creating key learning messages for your classroom

Project Published 12/3/17 Last updated on 7/26/18

Classroom Messages

Static wall displays quickly become invisible to learners and simply part of the classroom furniture or decoration rather than a useful learning resource. There’s nothing worse than a slightly ripped poster with a hastily chosen clipart illustration! As teachers, we all have key learning vocabulary or concepts that students find tricky or need to be reminded of regularly. The same can also be said for ugly digital graphics displayed on school digital signage and classroom screens.

This resource will teach you to create beautiful graphic messages to display in the classroom or on screen with a free Adobe app called Adobe Spark Post.

I have used the well known acronym PEE for "Point Evidence Explain". However, the same ideas could be applied to any learning message you’d like your students to be reminded of.

Adobe Spark Post is free and comes as a mobile app (IOS and Android) and on the browser Adobe Spark

A really useful teacher guide can be found here.

I have made a short demo video to show how easy it is to use Adobe Spark Post to help create simple classroom related messaging:

To find out more about Adobe for Schools in the UK, visit the Adobe for Teachers website

  • Adobe Spark

    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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Aziz Soubai

Posted on 6/21/18 11:22:44 AM Permalink

​Nice idea