Introduction to Apple Classroom

Let’s get started

  1. Open
  2. Navigate
  3. Hide
  4. Lock
  5. Mute
  6. Screens
  7. Group

1. Open

2. Navigate

3. Hide

4. Lock

5. Mute

6. Screens

7. Group

There’s more

Be notified if students exchange docs

Share document

  1. Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to bring up the dock. Touch and hold the Files app to see recent documents. Then drag one of them to one or several students.
  2. Or, if you prefer, use split view and then drag and drop your doc from one app to another.
  3. Tell your students to accept the document you are sharing.

Using the Dock

Using Split View

Share student work

  1. Select your student.
  2. Select AiPlay to project a student’s screen.
  3. Select the appropriate Apple TV from the list.

Summary

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