“Apple understands the many challenges educators face today,” said Cheryl Vedoe, Apple’s vice president of Education Marketing and Solutions. “We want to give teachers the chance to use technology in an environment where they can explore, question, learn and then return to their classrooms feeling empowered.”
The Apple Teacher Institutes will highlight the potential of digital media, the Internet, mobile and wireless computing and will be led by a team of educators who have effectively integrated these technologies into their classrooms.
The workshops will be held at the following locations this summer:
- July 14— 18 — University of California, Los Angeles
- July 15-19 — University of British Columbia, Vancouver
- July 26-30 — University of South Florida, Tampa
- July 26— 30 — University of Texas, Austin
- August 2-6 — Lesley University, Boston
- August 3-7 — University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- August 3-7 — Northwestern University, Chicago
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