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District/school admin controls on teachers creating classroom accounts

Classroom accounts for Adobe Spark are only available to education users, specifically teachers and students in educational institutions. Teachers are able to set up classroom accounts for themselves, set up a classroom and invite their students to join it using a class code. Using the class code enables a student to create a student classroom account to access Spark using their GSuite for Education account.

Note: at this time classrooms only work for districts in the United States which use Gsuite for Education as an identity provider.

However, teachers can only create classrooms in Adobe Spark as long as their school or district administrators, using the Adobe Admin Console, do not disable this feature. Administrators can disable the ability for teachers to create classroom accounts in the Adobe Admin Console via the Directory Settings tab. Disabling this setting will prevent teachers from creating new classroom accounts. 

Some teachers might create classroom accounts before their administrators claim their Adobe Admin Console. Administrators who later claim their console can still turn off the classroom account feature, if they choose to do so. 

Teachers and students who lose access to their classroom accounts due to administrators disabling classrooms will receive an Adobe email notification letting them know the accounts have been disabled. If their account is disabled, teachers will need to speak with their administrator on the school or district’s preferred method of accessing Adobe Spark.

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