Apple highlights student iPad use to prototype Samoan learning app

Apple has profiled students in New Zealand that are using the iPad to prototype a Samoan language app, created using Apple’s educational resources.

Posted to Apple’s Newsroom on Monday, the feature discusses students at Bromley School in Christchurch, New Zealand. The school currently operates using the Apple ecosystem, with students equipped with iPads and classrooms using Apple TVs and Macs for coding.The moving of a Samoan language teacher from the school to a local high school caused a problem for students. While they wished to continue learning the language, no replacement teachers were available.

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