*RECORDING AVAILABLE* Join us for the Apple Education Community Teacher Resource Share-out - May 16, 2024

Hosted by Jessica Herring-Watson

Hear from Apple Distinguished Educators (ADEs) as they showcase innovative ways to use Apple technology in the classroom and beyond to support teaching and learning. In these hour-long sessions, ADEs will share a project they're excited about and their motivation and process for creating that resource. They'll also highlight ways to apply these ideas and resources in your own teaching practice. Each monthly session highlights recently published content from the Apple Education Community Forum.

Connect with the presenters in the Teaching & Learning area of the Forum to ask questions and continue the conversation.

Featured Resources

AI Leadership

Author: Craig Roble, K-12 Education Specialist within the IT Department at Punahou School

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Monthly Art Challenges: Connected by Culture


  • Laurie Doran, Visual Arts Educator K-12, School District of Philadelphia
  • Heather McCutcheon, 8-12 Fine and Media Arts Educator at Herkimer Central School District in Herkimer, New York
  • Lindsay Fell, Graphic Design Teacher at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas
  • Bethany Nugent, K-12 Visual Art Teacher and Technology Coach, La Crosse, Wisconsin

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How Apple Makes Feedback Easy: Debunking A Myth About Teacher Feedback!

Author: Anthony Stirpe, ELA, theatre and Film Teacher at New Rochelle High School

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Posted on April 30, 2024

Thanks Jessica - looking forward to this!

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