Apple Studio Technology Day at Auburn Middle School

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Oscar Mata, left, Marshal Adams and Flavio Luyindula create “All About Me” slide shows Friday as part of the Keynote program during Apple Studio Technology Day at Auburn Middle School. Seventh-grade students rotated between five technology stations that were run by three visiting members of the Apple technology team and two members of the Auburn School Department technology department. Students used their school-issued MacBook Air laptops to learn about coding, photo editing, using iMovie with green screens, digital fair use and how to create a digital portfolio that they will be able to update as they move up through high school. The day of learning was part of the Maine Learning Technology Initiative, which seeks to provide students with the latest technology. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Victoria Allen, left, and Jenna Kimball, both 13, learn about computer coding Friday while using the website “Scratch” during Apple Studio Technology Day at Auburn Middle School. Seventh-grade students rotated between five technology stations that were run by three visiting members of the Apple technology team and two members of the Auburn School Department technology department. Students used their school-issued MacBook Air laptops to learn about coding, photo editing, using iMovie with green screens, digital fair use and how to create a digital portfolio that they will be able to update as they move up through high school. The day of learning was part of the Maine Learning Technology Initiative, which seeks to provide students with the latest technology. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

The Auburn Middle School digital literacy event ties into the school’s technology targets for students, according to teacher Tracey Blaisdell. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

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