You Can Make Custom Infographics With Adobe Spark
Explore and create : Creation lab
Learn how to make professional-looking infographics using Adobe Spark's free software. Leave with your own custom infographic and ideas on how to incorporate this project into your classes.
|Audience:||Technology coordinators/facilitators, Library media specialists, Teachers|
|Attendee devices:||Devices required|
|Attendee device specification:||Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Attendees will need a free Adobe Spark Account. If working on a tablet then they will need to download the Spark Post app.|
|Topic:||Creativity & curation tools|
|Subject area:||Performing/visual arts, STEM/STEAM|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
Participants will explore a variety of examples and means of including infographics into their particular subject area
Participants will gain a better understanding of how infographics can be a powerful teaching and learning tool.
Participants will learn the basics of navigating Adobe spark to start and create projects.
Participants will create a personalized infographic using the adobe Spark software with a focus on manipulating text and icons (symbols).
5 min - Overview of the power of infographics and their diverse applications.
10 min - Examples projects and Strategies on assigning infographic lessons to students.
35 min - Hands on demonstration and practice creating infographics with Adobe Spark.
10 min - Share-out and feedback using padlet and survey.
Farrell, S.: Visual Literacy Through Infographics. In: International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Annual Conference.
I have been teaching at the high school level for 20 years in the Los Angeles area. I teach Digital Media Art and AP Studio. I spent many years teaching yearbook as well as traditional art classes. I enjoy sharing my passion for art and design with others.
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