Apple TV is an amazing (and inexpensive) little device, used in many classrooms and homes, which lets you access content from a variety of web sources and display the mirror image of your iOS device (called “mirroring”) screen wirelessly using AirPlay to your display. But sometimes there can be too much content, and that can distract from the main goal.
Are you using an Apple TV in your classroom to stream online multimedia content or mirror your classroom’s mobile devices? If so, chances are you already know how much great content is available using your Apple TV to stream right in your classroom. But did you know that you can control what content and apps appear on the main menu of your Apple TV when you turn it on?
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