A+ Reports: How Students Stand Out with Adobe Spark
We’ve come a long way from poster-board collages and oral book reports. Today, students of all ages are redefining what school assignments can be using creative tools such as Adobe Spark to showcase their work. Along the way they’re honing essential skills of visual storytelling and digital production, and, perhaps most importantly, they are having fun! Check out some of our favorite student projects that make the grade.
“What Matters to Me” Project
High-Drama Book Trailer
Pairing lively narration with funny visuals, this slideshow trailer on The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davies makes the book report fun for both creator and audience.
Commercial for a Greek God
Data Snapshot of a Health Hazard
A team of undergraduate, graduate, medical students, and faculty collaborated on this ambitious research project through Duke University exploring how open-fire cooking in a village in Madagascar affects the health of its residents and impacts the environment.
Three intrepid fourth-graders in Illinois started an online newspaper called Husky News replete with a video recap of their “kindness” challenge, jokes, and a quote of the month. Here’s hoping it takes off!
Learning Similes Through Music
Photo Geography Report
This sixth-grade geography report on the Colorado River brings the history and landscape to life with big, beautiful photos in a scrolling format.
Exploring Perceptions of Creativity
This project from Clemson University examines how students on that campus feel and think about creativity. Is it a burden, is it intimidating, are people motivated or alienated by it? The project’s leaders held focus groups to gather responses and turned some of those responses into visually compelling quotes made with Adobe Spark, and then integrated them into this nice scrolling presentation.
Got a report due? Get it done in a snap with Adobe Spark’s free online slideshow maker—and impress along the way!
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