Enable faculty to integrate Apple devices into their teaching
Work with your planning team to determine professional learning—at the start of your technology initiative and for each school year. Consider what the theme and purpose of the training will be, how the school will roll out training to staff, and who the directly responsible individual (DRI) will be for conducting training.
Apple Professional Learning (APL) resources are designed to support and enhance instructional practice. Support your teachers with professional development resources so they can make the most of iPad, Mac, and a wide variety of apps and materials:
Apple Teacher is a free professional learning program that help build the foundational skills teachers need to bring iPad, Mac, and apps into the classroom in meaningful ways. Apple Teacher offers self-paced learning resources, step-by-step instructions, and lesson ideas to help teachers use Apple products effectively for learning. By completing interactive quizzes, teachers can earn badges and become recognized as an Apple Teacher.
The Apple Education Learning Series is a series of videos designed to help educators use built-in features of their Apple devices no matter where learning happens.
With the Everyone Can Create project guides, teachers can find resources that help integrate creativity—with drawing, music, photos and video—into lessons across any subject.
With the teaching and learning materials from the Everyone Can Code curriculum, everyone has the power to learn, write, and teach code.
Apple Professional Learning Specialists are educators who can coach, mentor, and support teachers in advancing their technology skills with an emphasis on innovation—to engage students in deeper learning. To receive support from an APL Specialist, virtually or on your school’s campus, contact your Apple Account Executive at 1-800-800-2775 or email AppleProfessionalLearning@apple.com.
Note: Apple Professional Learning Specialists support educators worldwide with a variety of virtual offerings. On-site support may not be available in all countries or regions.