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Apple launches Schoolwork app to help teachers

The app can be downloaded on Mac and iPad for free

Santanu Basu 2 July 2018, 3:12 PM
The Schoolwork app was first shown in Apple’s education event in Chicago back in March

The Schoolwork app was first shown in Apple’s education event in Chicago back in March Image: Apple

Apple has come out with an app to help millions of teachers around the world. The free Schoolwork app for iPad and Mac, launched earlier this week, helps teachers to easily create assignments, collaborate one-on-one with students, and gauge student progress.

Apple claims, Schoolwork, along with the Classroom app will provide teachers with tools to enhance the learning experience and it will help both teachers and students get more from the technology they use in the classroom every day. The app was first unveiled at Apple’s education event in Chicago back in March.

The new Schoolwork app also makes it easy for teachers to create and send announcements and assignments to students with any type of content (PDF's, documents and weblinks). Students can use Schoolwork to stay organised and keep the track of their work in hand.

Teachers can assign specific lessons to the student using the app. Popular education apps like GeoGebra, Tynker, Explain Everything will reportedly work seamlessly with the Schoolwork. Teachers will also get a snapshot of class performance and they can decide when student progress information is shared.

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