Workshop: Innovating Teaching and Learning with iPad

You’re Invited!

Who should attend?
Bring a team from your district! Assistant superintendents, curriculum directors, principals, technology directors, technology integrators, digital learning specialists, other interested K-12 teacher leaders.

Join us for a hands-on event where you’ll see how iPad can engage students like never before. Learn about Everyone Can Create, a new program from Apple designed to help unleash the creative potential in every student through photography, video, music, and drawing. Discover features of Keynote, Numbers, and Pages—free apps from Apple—that work together to give students professional-quality tools to create work they’re proud of. Explore augmented reality apps on iPad that help students connect their learning to the world in new ways.

At this event, you’ll:

  • Discover firsthand the creative potential of iPad, now with Apple Pencil support.
  • Get hands-on with the Everyone Can Create teacher guide that includes materials to help teachers infuse creative skills into the subjects they teach every day.
  • Rethink storytelling with Keynote, organize and manage projects with Numbers, and bring everything together to create a digital book in Pages.
  • Get hands-on with augmented reality apps that enable students to explore and learn in powerful ways.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see these features in action and connect with Apple to help you get the most from Apple devices in your school.

Tuesday, April 2nd
12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
HAGE Room, Hartman Union Building
Plymouth State University
Plymouth NH
Register for the Tuesday Workshop >

Wednesday, April 3rd
9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Second Floor Conference Room
Granite State College
Concord NH
Register for the Wednesday Workshop>

These workshops are provided free of charge by Apple and the NH Department of Education.  #NHEdTech

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