Get the most out of your MacBook

  Kia ora

I’ve loved sharing this first series of top tips with you on how to ‘Get the most out of your MacBook’, focused on Productivity.

This post brings all 4 videos together and includes a set of cards that overviews each tip and gives those that like to ‘read and do’ rather than ‘watch and do’ something that suits their learning style. The downloadable PDF (which has links to each of the videos on the first page) will help you to navigate the series content easily. You might even choose to use the PDF to…lead a staff meeting, share at a team meeting, share with your tamariki and have them learn something new and then share back, the choice is yours.

 

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I’ve also included a downloadable Pages journal that will help you reflect and gather the tips either most useful to you or ones that you might like to share with others, again this content is editable and flexible for you to use as you choose (I’ve included some ideas on the front page).

 

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Here are the individual links to each “top tip” video if you’d like to copy and paste them and share them

As an Apple Professional Learning Specialist, I support educators to build their skills and confidence using Apple technology. These quick tip videos aim to help teachers new to using Mac become familiar with key features for organising their work, sharing resources, and increasing their productivity. Mind you I’m sure there are plenty of experienced users who will learn something new too!

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Posted on August 25, 2023

Thanks so much for sharing Trudi. Just awesome 😊👏🙏

Posted on September 28, 2023

Trudi, wow all of your resources are incredible! Thank you for creating them and sharing them!

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