Free Interactive Guides to Foster Creativity and Enhance Productivity in Class Using Mac

December 21, 2016
We are huge fans of Apple products and we strongly believe in their educational potential. We particularly focus on iPad and Macs as these are by far the most popular gadgets among teachers and students (please note that we have never been paid by Apple to review any of their products or apps) From reviews of iOS apps and tools to guides and posts on how to effectively operate your i(OS) devices, our Apple in Education section here in EdTech and mLearning has tons of resources to help you make the best of Apple products in your instruction.

Along these lines, today’s post is featuring two excellent free interactive guides created and shared by Apple in Education. The guides are to help you foster creativity and enhance productivity through the use of Macs. They provide a wide range of practical tips and ideas on innovative uses of Mac. Read on to learn more about each of these guides…

1- Enhancing Productivity with Mac



‘Help your students maximize learning time by using Mac to boost their productivity. This book shows educators how to use Mac and multiple apps in connected workflows to help students streamline learning processes, organize assignments, and save time so they can be engaged in more meaningful learning tasks. No matter what grade level or content area you teach, you’ll find versatile learning activities throughout the book that use Mac to enhance student productivity habits.’

2- Fostering Creativity with Mac


‘With Mac you can spark creativity and develop a sense of curiosity in your learners. Whether students use Mac to record a musical masterpiece, publish a book, or make a movie, they can express learning in fresh and exciting ways. This book shows educators how to use Mac and multiple apps in connected workflows to engage students in the creative process. No matter what grade level or content area you teach, you’ll find versatile learning activities throughout the book that use Mac to support creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving.’

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