I have received a lot of questions about Adobe Spark since I published my latest post about creating videos on Chromebooks. Many of the most common questions about Adobe Spark are answered in the free Adobe Spark Edu Guide (link opens a PDF). In the guide you will find answers to questions about data privacy, using Adobe Spark with kids under age 13, and what each part of Adobe Spark does.
Watch my video embedded below to learn how to get started with Adobe Spark.
The following video will show you how to insert videos within your videos on Adobe Spark.
Here are a few ways that you can use Adobe Spark video in your classroom.
- Create a short flipped-lesson with Adobe Spark. The recording tool makes it easy to precisely record your narration over the slides in your lesson.
- Have your students create video lessons. The slide aspect of Adobe Spark’s video tool lends itself to students creating short Ken Burns-style documentary videos. Have them use Spark’s search tool to find images to use in their videos or have them use a place Flickr’s The Commons to find historical images. I’ve had students make this style of video to tell the stories of people moving west across the United States in the 19th Century.
- This is the time of year for year-in-review videos. Use Adobe Spark’s video creation tool to make a video of highlights of the year.