Legos, Swift y mucho trabajo en grupo: así es un taller Everyone can Code de Apple por dentro
After presenting it together with the rest of the news from the last educational event in Chicago, Apple has finally officially launched its Schoolwork application for all teachers who want to take advantage of it together with the Classroom application. With this launch, Cupertino has now closed its platform for schools.
The idea is that the teachers have an application from which they can monitor the individual progress of each student , guiding and coordinating with them so that their performance improves, leaving behind the classic “do more homework”. It can be considered Apple’s own vision of environments like Moddle, which you may remember from your university days.
Apple’s special touch on that model is given by the App Store: the applications can be integrated with Schoolwork thanks to ClassKit, giving the platform possibilities to expand in virtually any theme that the developers promote.
The next step will be the arrival of the Classroom application on macOS , from which we should expect a beta in a short time. And if Classroom takes the step, it wouldn’t be surprising if Schoolwork does the same sooner or later. The next course doesn’t start until September, but something tells me that Cupertino’s developers are going to be busy preparing it.