Apple Teacher Program
* Index - EdTech In the Classroom
Education Technology in the classroom is very popular. Although EdTech was already on its way into our lives, COVID-19 and the need for remote learning made EdTech a growing market. Below you will find resources, reviews and tutorials for teachers in the classroom or homeschooling.
Apple Teacher - Creating Digital Books Mac & iPad
This book entitled Creating Digital Books On Mac and iPad by Apple Education is one of the resource books suggested for preparing for the Apple Teacher recognition. If you are new to creating books for sharing or publishing to the Apple Books Store, this is a great book for you.
Apple Teacher - Everyone Can Code Curriculum Guide
Now that you have your Apple Teacher recognition, you are ready to move on to the next steps, which are the Apple Teacher Portfolio or Apple Teacher Swift Playgrounds. The purpose or goal of the Apple Teacher Swift Playgrounds pathway is to learn how to incorporate code into your classroom.
Apple Teacher Program - Pages for Mac - Epub Books
Learn about the Apple Teacher Program and how to learn fundamentals for Apple Mac, iPad and apps. Learn about creating books in Apple Pages.
Apple Teacher Program and Learning Center
While researching how to use Apple Swift Playgrounds, I found the Apple Teacher Learning Center. It's a great resource created by Apple specifically for teachers using Apple technology, i.e. Apple Products, in their classrooms.
Review - Let's Make Stuff 20 Keynote Creations
In this review, we will take a look at the book entitled Let's Make Stuff - 20 Keynote Creations by Garrett Derr, Wes Emiet and Jessica Garrigan. This book contains twenty projects that will help your students learn how to create with Keynote.
Six Badges to Apple Teacher Recognition
Once you have joined the Apple Teacher Program, your first task is to learn the foundational skills that you will need to be successful in the program.
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