Apple rolls out Everyone Can Create in four more languages

Apple has made its Everyone Can Create curriculum available in German, French, Spanish and Italian on Apple Books. The free project guides for iPad are designed to help students develop and communicate ideas through music, video, drawing and photos, and will also be available in Swedish and Dutch this spring.

Since the launch of Everyone Can Create four months ago, teachers and parents across Europe have downloaded Everyone Can Create resources almost 100,000 times.

The platform builds on Apple’s Everyone Can Code curriculum, which is already being taught in schools around the world, including hundreds of European institutions. The curriculum teaches students to code, using Apple’s simple programming language Swift.

“Creativity is at the heart of everything we do at Anson Primary and Everyone Can Create has helped us push those boundaries even further,”said Simon Pile, Assistant Head, Anson Primary School, London. “Using a combination of the project guides we’ve created richer and deeper learning experiences for students in subjects across the curriculum, bringing better understanding of the concepts being taught.”

The Everyone Can Create curriculum was developed in collaboration with educators and artists to allow teachers to easily incorporate creativity into their existing lesson plans in any subject.

It’s part of Apple’s education program, which includes almost 200,000 education apps available in the App Store, including apps such as Classroom and Schoolwork that give teachers the ability to create and share assignments, collaborate and view student progress, and tailor instructions to individual student needs, in one place.