Adobe Spark

What is Adobe Spark?

Adobe Spark allows teachers and students to create innovative projects which include graphics, web pages, and short videos. Their easy to use interface allows students of any age to create a project. Students can share projects with teachers or student collaborators. It also exports finished projects into an easy to share link.

How do I access Adobe Spark?

Adobe Spark is available in Clever and Classlink. You can also access it directly at spark.adobe.com.

How do I log into Adobe Spark?

All ISD users have an account. Choose “log in with school account” and enter your ISD email. For students, this is their username and email extension. For teachers, this is your school district email. If you are not logged into Office 365, you will be prompted to log in.

Info graphic on signing into Adobe Spark

Helpful Hints & Links

Adobe Spark Blog

Spark for Education samples

Adobe Spark: Unleash Creativity and Capture Student Learning

Where can I get help with Adobe Spark?

Each school building has an Ed Tech Lead (a fellow staff member) who can help you with any questions you might have. You can find out who your Ed Tech Lead is here.

You can also learn more about Adobe Spark and other applications by taking an online Kyle Learning course or you can contact any of the Instructional Technology Specialists in the Ed Tech department as well. We are here to help.

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