Get the Most out of your MacBook - Creating engaging content on Numbers, Pages and Keynote

I’ve loved sharing this second series of top tips with you on how to ‘Get the most out of your MacBook’, focusing on creating engaging content using the native Apple apps —Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.

This post consolidates all three lessons, video content, and downloadable resources. It also provides a set of cards summarising each tip, catering to those who prefer reading and doing over watching and doing.



The downloadable PDF, with direct links to the videos on its first page, facilitates easy navigation of the series' content. You can even opt to use the PDF for purposes such as leading a staff meeting, sharing it at a team meeting, or introducing new knowledge to your students and having them share their insights in return. The choice is yours

There is also an editable “I Can” pages document you can use personally once you have competed each project.  Another way you could use this resource is to create a success criteria for your tamariki (students).

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'm here to support educators develop their skills and confidence in using Apple technology. My goal is to empower all learners to make the most of Apple technology for improved teaching and learning outcomes.

I'd love to see what you have created with these resources, so please reach out!



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