Adobe Express for Education gives classrooms what they need to tell their stories
Eight months ago we launched Adobe Express for Education (formerly Adobe Spark), which brings together everything K–12 teachers and students need to tell their stories with graphics, photos, and videos — all in one place and absolutely free.
We also introduced classroom accounts, which enable teachers to quickly get started with Adobe Express without needing to fill out school request forms or get help from IT staff.
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- A seamless experience that puts teachers in control
- Immediate access to powerful yet easy-to-use creative tools
- Built with privacy and safety in mind
- Access free Adobe Express lesson plans, project ideas, and more
- Get started with Adobe Express today
Now we’re excited to announce that we’ve made it even easier for teachers to get Adobe Express accounts for their classes.
As of today, any K–12 teacher in the US with a Google Workspace for Education email account can sign up in minutes and start inviting students to create and learn with Adobe Express. Teachers simply enter their Google email address to get started.
A seamless experience that puts teachers in control
As the owner, you’re in control. You can create a classroom for every subject or class period you teach, invite your students, view and moderate their Adobe Express work, and manage their accounts.
You can also control access by uploading students via Google Classroom Roster Import or inviting them with a class code or link. You can delete or block students from your classroom at any time. And, you can moderate and view student work so you can see progress and completed work, or delete inappropriate assets.
Immediate access to powerful yet easy-to-use creative tools
Within minutes of setting up your Adobe Express account and inviting students to join your classrooms, you can all dive in and create graphics, photos, web pages, presentations, and videos with easy-to-use templates.
This intuitive creative tool doesn’t require design skills, technical know-how, or additional instruction, and its’ really fun to use. So, whether your students are creating images for book reports, infographics for science projects, or videos for field trip reflections, they’ll engage more deeply with their learning as they build their digital and creative storytelling skills.
Built with privacy and safety in mind
Access free Adobe Express lesson plans, project ideas, and more
The Adobe Education Exchange is a free learning platform for teachers that offers instant access to professional development, teaching materials, and other teacher-tested tools designed to ignite creativity in the classroom.
You can also join the Adobe Creative Educator community program to receive curated PD materials, information about virtual and in-person events, and the opportunity to connect with like-minded educators from around the world. Plus, you’ll earn badges for completing each level of the program.
Get started with Adobe Express today
For more information about Adobe Express or to set up your classroom account, visit the Adobe Express for Education page today.