Adobe Spark Video Student Guide

My fifth graders have been doing research in science and then presenting their findings in Adobe Spark Video. I noticed a real lack of understanding of the design process so I created a guide to use with them. It has really helped!

Today I met with each team to check in on their progress. It made things really concrete to say, “Show me your work. Where is step one? Where is step two? Etc.”

So I thought I’d share. Feel free to alter the guide and make it work for your kids. If you have suggestions to make the guide better, I’d LOVE to hear them! Let’s collaborate for the good of our students.

Here is the guide on Google Drive.

Here is an example of a student-created Adobe Spark Video.

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Tim Bedley

Tim Bedley has been teaching elementary school since 1988. He was recognized as the 2013 Riverside County Teacher of the year. Tim is also the founder of America's number one educational rock band, Rockin' the Standards. He also produces two podcast found on iTunes: The Bedley Bros. and The 5-Minute MishMash. Tim and his brother Scott are co-founders of Global School Play Day, a grassroots movement to promote unstructured play with today's youths.

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