What's new in education
Description: For over 40 years, Apple has been working with educators to create technologies for students, teachers, and school administrators and help them share in a rich and meaningful learning experience. Explore the breadth of Apple's education technologies, including classroom management apps and tools and developer frameworks for assessment and curriculum integration — and discover how your app can have a critical role in them all.
What's new in Schoolwork
Schoolwork makes it easy for teachers to share materials, assign activities and track student progress.
- new design
- handout library
- handout detail view
- support for new activity metadata
If you want your app to integrate with Schoolwork, use the
What's new in ClassKit
- a central store of your app's public Activities
- using a web API, you can publish your Activities and they will be available from the Activity Chooser
- includes new metadata fields
What's new in Apple School Manager
Apple School Manager (ASM) is Apple's web-based portal for schools to manage accounts, devices, and content, all from one place.
- classes created in ASM are automatically available in Classroom
- any updates in ASM are synced down to both Classroom and Schoolwork
- allow managed Apple ID
What's new in Classroom
- AirPlay class invitation
- Pinch to zoom student screens
What's new in Shared iPad
- Shared iPad Temporary Session:
- enables schools to deploy devices with standard configurations that students can use without sign-in credentials.
- all data is removed on sign out
Automatic Assessment Configuration
Automatic Assessment Configuration (ASC) is a new framework used to tests.
Thanks to ASC schools can now leverage the power of the Mac, while at the same time preventing students from using features that could give them an unfair advantage.
- Unified macOS and iOS API
- Catalyst support
- Restrict specific system features
You need to apply for a new entitlement in order to use this framework.