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15 Projects to Spark an Interest in STEAM Topics

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Overview

Would you like to spark an interest in STEAM learning? In this session you will discover how providing opportunities for designing and creating STEAM projects helps to empower students as learners and consumers and promote an interest in STEAM learning. Join Dr. Monica Burns as she provides an overview of Adobe Spark's free, easy-to-use creation tools that can be used on a variety of devices. She will introduce the Video movie making tool, the Page website builder tool, and the Post image creator tool and provide suggestions for how they can be used to create STEAM projects. In addition to showing how easy it is to use these tools, Monica will provide 15 project ideas that you can incorporate into your STEAM classroom or studies.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, February 8, 2020 @ 11:00 AM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: STEAM, Tools for Student Projects, Website Creation
Tags: art, engineering, images, math, science, STEAM, STEM, student projects, technology, video, web sites, websites

Reviews (45)

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great information and ideas!
 
Very interesting! Especially interesting for students to use in our steam after school program.
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Great interactive ideas that will be a magnet for students.
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good info
 
Pointed out some good details and specific suggestions of particular things, such as bets option for making some recordings. The project ideas were presented well, and sometimes with helpful suggestions of a way to structure the work that needs to be done, and even a sample of a type of checklist method and record sheet for it.
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So much good information. Thank you!
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Great information. Thank you!
 
Helpful!!
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+5
 
I'm already thinking of ways to use Spark Adobe with 3rd and 4th graders! Glad I watched this!
 
Good information!!
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