PHOTOS 27 March 2018

Apple’s Chicago events highlight creativity in education

Teacher Tuesday at Apple Michigan Avenue

Crowds gather for an evening of programming centered around teaching and creativity.
Angela Ahrendts attends a Today at Apple session at Apple Michigan Avenue.
Educator Anthony Stirpe hosts a Today at Apple session focusing on video creation on iPad.
Teacher Tuesday attendees learn how to use Clips.
Members of the store team hold a jam session using GarageBand on iPad.
Local Chicago artist and Lane Tech graduate Towkio performs at Apple Michigan Avenue.

Keynote at Lane Tech College Prep

Tim Cook joins guests for hands-on sessions with students and educators in the Creativity and Coding Labs.
Apple showcased a variety of AR apps on the new 9.7-inch iPad.
The AR app Froggipedia allows students to virtually dissect a frog using Apple Pencil.
Apple has worked with the city to bring its free Everyone Can Code initiative to Chicago Public Schools.
Tim Cook welcomes the keynote audience to Lane Tech College Preparatory High School.
Cathleen Richardson discusses how Apple’s ConnectED initiative works directly with educators to bring Apple products to the classroom.
Greg “Joz” Joswiak reveals the new 9.7-inch iPad with support for Apple Pencil, bringing the creative tool to even more users.
At Woodberry Down Primary School in London, iPads help teacher Cassey Williams enable every child to find their own path to success.
Susan Prescott explains how the Schoolwork and Classroom apps are designed to help teachers and administrators manage technology in the classroom.
Technology has helped Nikole Blanchard’s students at The Dunham School in Louisiana with their presentation skills.
Kasia Derza’s older students use Swift Playgrounds to teach coding to the younger students at Chicago’s Mariano Azuela Elementary.

Images of Apple’s Chicago events

Press Contacts

Apple Media Helpline

000 800 440 1978