Adobe Spark Project
One of my most recent projects was learning how to use the Adobe Spark app to create a project that I could use to teach with. I decided to make a page about the ReedGeek because most likely I will be giving several clarinet master classes someday. Using this tool is unknown to many young Clarinetists.
Adobe Spark has made it easy for me to spread information about this tool online and in a way that I could pull up and use in the classroom. In Adobe Spark, you can use photos, videos, links, and much more to help share ideas and spread knowledge! From my Adobe Spark page about the ReedGeek, students could access multiple sources that teach them additional knowledge and sources that they could purchase them from.
Adobe Spark makes it easy to make material look professional as well. My favorite feature was the gliding pictures that one could place text over. This gave my page a unique and pleasant look. I was extremely please with how easy it was to manipulate objects and put them in an order that makes sense.
One frustration I had with the app was that the spell check didn't seem to work for me. I tested this out my consciencely misppelling words to see if it would fix them. It did not, in my case. I was using the app, this may not be a problem if one were using Adobe Spark from their computer.
I was able to solve this problem by typing my context into the Notes app on my iPad and then copying them into my text boxes on my presentation.
Overall, my experience with Adobe Spark was really good! This is a good app for me to use as a music educator, especially if I was on the road giving master classes.