Apple

Directions for Setting Up Apple Classroom

The recommendation from Apple is to use either your iPad OR your Mac for Apple Classroom. Given the mobility of the iPad, that would be our recommendation. However, you can opt to use either platform for it.

On your Mac

Provided by the Technology Department

If you would like the more in depth directions from Apple itself, please click here.

Setting Up Apple Classroom

Setting Up Your iPad

Initial Ipad Setup

Refer to this document for directions on how to set up your wifi, printing, access Synergy, and how to use Self Service and Clever.

How to Create an AppleID without a Credit Card

Ed Tech Training Workshop on 11/20/2020

Ed Tech iPad Training for MS & HS (2020-11-20 at 05:34 GMT-8)

I met with the MS & HS ed techs on 11/20/2020. Here is a recording of our time together. It is only accessible to MSAD #6 users.

How to use the Jamjake Stylus

How to Use the Jamjake Stylus Pen (Similar to Apple Pencil 1)


If you use Google Slides in class a lot, use this tool to learn how to use your iPad to control it.

How to Share Audio through Google Meet


2021 Summer iPad Training

2021 Summer iPad Training Skills Checklist




💻 MacBook Air

How to add a bookmark to your dock

If you want to add a bookmark to your dock to make it easier to open a specific tool, this video will walk you through it in less than a minute.

Quicktime Player

I recommend using QuickTime Player for all of your video and audio recordings before bringing them into iMovie because it is so easy to use. And, if you don't need all the bells and whistles of iMovie, it's a great way to create videos quickly and easily with some basic editing tools.

If you currently have documents in Keynote, Numbers, or Pages, I highly recommend converting them into a Google file instead so that you can edit, share, and update them more easily. Here are tutorials on how to convert your files to a format that Google can easily convert:

Using Quicktime Player and iMovie

I visited the health class at the middle school to teach the students how to using Quicktime Player and iMovie to create a project in their class. There are a few project specific details that I mention, but it is still a worth sharing here because it is a quick and easy overview of how to use both tools. Click here to open the video in a new window if it does not load below.

Using Quicktime Player and iMovie.mp4