News from Apple in education


Apple has announced an presented their latest development tools for education. They ignite the creativity in every student, as everyone has this thread when born. Depending on the nurturing of every individual it develops further. Creativity makes the students better communicators and problem solvers, by preparing them to thrive in today’s world. Apple has been helping the teachers to unleash the creative potential of every student, by creating powerful products, tools and curricula to help the teacher create magical learning experiences.

The technology is designed to be as limitless as a child’s imagination

Apple products are an epiphany of complete freedom of expression in the hands of every student who uses them. The iPad is simple enough for anyone to master it right from the start and flexible to let students go wherever their ideas take them. Mac provides the power to pursue even the most ambitious projects with the full suite of Apple-designed apps made for creation.

Apps help you put the power of technology to work

Apple tools make it easy to guide the students in using the devices and apps in the classroom, by providing valuable insight into each student’s progress. In this manner, teachers can focus on what’s most important: teaching.

A new curriculum brings creative expression to every subject

When students have more ways of expressing ideas, they change the way they think. They see things they wouldn’t see and make connections they wouldn’t otherwise make. Educators can now design a new curriculum that helps students give the skills to communicate through drawing, photography, music, and filmmaking. Students can put math equations to music, bring an illustrator’s eye to social studies, and make scientific processes come alive on film, easier than ever before. The newly designed curriculum makes it easy to bring coding and core creative skills to every subject. Programs help teachers learn from one another, access the professional learning resources to build skills and confidence with iPad and Mac, and initiatives to recognize pioneers in education.

For a brief overview of how Apple has influenced education, you check this article in Wired.


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