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Apple Professional Learning Specialists at EduTECH 2023
Thank you for joining the team of Apple Professional Learning Specialists at EduTECH 2023 in Melbourne, Australia. We hope you experienced some new ways that Apple technology can empower educators and make learning personal, creative, and inspiring.
Here’s a recap on each of the experiences and some resources for you to take your learning further.
iPad and Apple Pencil
Rachel Minns showed how Apple Pencil can enhance productivity and creativity in the classroom. Teachers can take notes, sketch ideas, markup work, and interact with iPad in new ways.
Teaching with Mac
Karen Pastro helped us get hands-on with MacBook Air and demonstrated how powerful macOS and build-in features can empower teacher productivity and help teachers create engaging content for students.
Paul Hamilton showed us how augmented reality helps students connect their learning to the world. Use these resources to continue to learn more about the potential for AR in education.
Michelle Forrest shared how easy it is to get started teaching code with Swift Playgrounds. Learning to code helps students build confidence and problem‑solving skills — and Swift Playgrounds takes learners from their first line of code to building their first app.
Jamie Martin demonstrated a range of built-in iPad accessibility features that support all learners and enable students to learn and create in the ways that work best for them.
Coby Reynolds demonstrated some practical ways Apple technology can support teacher well-being. Coby also shared some resources to promote student well-being in the classroom.
Continue Your Learning
To learn more about Apple Professional Learning in ANZ or get in contact with Apple Education, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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