A few months ago, at an educational event held in Chicago (United States), Apple announced the program ?Everyone Can Create? (?Everyone Can Create?) which, as we explained then, is based on the idea of ??using technology to stimulate and unleash children's creativity in the classroom.
Subjects are separated into four themes (music, video, photography and drawing) and use Apple tools to deepen students' creative abilities, whether using Apple Pencil to draw details about a historical photo or teaching basic video editing concepts. , with audio recording and soundtracks.
Today, Apple decided to publish several free materials from this program on Apple Books. There are, as expected, music, video, photography and drawing modules, as well as a special guide for teachers.
"We believe that Apple technology can help stimulate the creative genius of any child," said Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing. ?Working closely with teachers, we build the curriculum Everyone Can Create to help bring creative expression and the arts to classrooms, and to help students stay engaged through creativity, thereby becoming more successful. ?
This program came to join the ?Everyone Can Code? (?Everyone Can Program?), which is more focused on developing apps and games using Apple's Swift language. The only bad news is that, for now, they only have materials in English, but Ma promises additional languages ??coming later this year.
via Apple Newsroom