The Schoolwork app running on an iPad
|Initial release||June 26, 2018|
1.0.1 / July 26, 2018
|Available in||32 languages|
|Type||Learning management systems|
Schoolwork is an iOS app designed for the iPad first announced by Apple Inc. during their edtech event in March 2018 and released in June 2018. The free app allows teachers to distribute documents, iBook files, web links, and assignments through ClassKit (such as Kahoot! quizzes) with due dates. Students can hand-in those assignments via the app for teachers to view and provide feedback via the app. The app is designed as a companion for Classroom, which allows teachers to view what students are doing on their screen. ClassKit allows developers of educational apps to create links for specific function in their application, which teachers can subsequently assign to students. It also relays the results of the student's actions back to the Schoolwork app to be shared with the teacher.
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