Teaching with Mac Series - Part 2 Productivity Tips for the Classroom

In this second post of this series, I’ll share a range of tips for going beyond the basics and helping you integrate your Mac into your teaching practice. I’ll share a range of features including creating a Custom Focus, utilising Desk View Camera, setting up helpful Shortcuts to enhance your productivity, and organising your Desktop with Stacks and Stage Manager.

Watch the video and learn all the great tips to help you with using your Mac for Productivity and Creativity in your classroom. 

You can also view Part 1 in this series here and watch a comprehensive video on Getting Started with your Mac.

Check out all these great Tips for using your Mac:


MacBook Tip Topics
Comments and Discussion:

What is a tip that you have learned or are going to try out in your classroom? Leave us a comment below.

What are some of the super helpful Mac Tips you use every day in your class? Leave us a comment below. 


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(Please note that some sections have been paused or made quicker for training purposes. Music from Clips)


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Posted on August 09, 2023

Another amazing video Michelle 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🙏🏻. Something here for everyone. 😀

Posted on August 11, 2023

Thanks Stephen 👍🏻

Posted on May 06, 2024

This is super helpful especially being a MacBook series. Teachers in my district are always looking for tips and tricks like these. Thanks for sharing.

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