This morning in the AT&T Classroom the Rootstown second graders used Adobe Spark Page for a social studies project connected to their recent visit to the Kent State Museum. Adobe Spark Page is part of the Adobe Spark platform that offers tools for sharing and creating visual stories in three different media formats. Adobe Spark Page can be used for creating digital stories and projects that may include images, videos, text, and web links. This morning in the AT&T Classroom the second graders used Adobe Spark Page to create web stories to share what they learned about clothing from long ago along with the digital photos they captured on their museum tour.
In addition to Adobe Spark Page, the Adobe Spark platform includes two other tools - Adobe Spark Post and Adobe Spark Video. Adobe Spark Post can be used for creating graphics for posters, flyers, and social media. Adobe Spark Video can be used for creating movies/videos by adding text, images, and voice-over to slides. The tool includes access to a library of free music that can be used solely or added in the background of voice-over narration. All Adobe Spark tools can be used at no cost in a device’s web browser (including Chromebooks) or via their free mobile iOS app for iPads.