Apple Announces New Schoolwork App To Assign Handouts And Check Student Progress


Apple has announced a new Schoolwork app as part of its new ClassKit platform. The app basically bridges the gap between teachers and students and allows for a streamlined and easy to use the method of checking progress and assigning handouts. There is a boatload of new features part of the of the Schoolwork app, so let's dive in to see some more details on the matter.

Apple Announces Schoolwork App That Tracks Students' progress And Assigns Handouts

Schoolwork is basically a cloud-based app which lets individuals assign handouts as well as keep a track on the progress. the best part is that the service works with other apps as well so a complete sub-ecosystem is available.

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As to begin with, you have the option available to ake handouts using PDFs, documents, links and more. The whole process is as easy as sending an email as per Apple. When making a new handout you can "point" to another app. Moreover, you can integrate a specific activity in the app.

As for the second part of the app that revolves around checking on the students progress. So an individual can check on a student's progress in the form of a percentage. Student's work can also be checked by tapping on the profile. In addition to this, the data will remain private between the individual and the student. So only teachers will be able to see the progress of students and even Apple will not be able to check it.

Apps will integrate with Schoolwork using the ClassKit API. The app will be available in June, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details on it. This is definitely a giant leap forward for Apple and the Education system as well to bridge the gap between teachers and students.

There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details. As for now, what are your thoughts on the Schoolwork app? Share your views with us in the comments.