Need to reset your managed Apple ID password? Click here.
With new changes to Apple Classroom it has become more important to make the move toward using Managed Apple IDs when signing into iCloud on school devices. This includes student iPads, teacher iPads, and teacher MacBooks. Learn more about Apple IDs.
Apple Classroom Step 1 – System Requirements and Managed Apple ID
Apple Classroom Step 2 – Setup and Add Students
Step 3 – Reset Student Managed Apple ID Passwords
Step 4 – Using Apple Classroom
Setting up Managed Apple ID on a MacBook
With your iPad and MacBook both signed into iCloud with the Managed Apple ID, it will allow Apple Classroom classes to sync across devices so you only have to set up your classes once! Even if your device would need to be wiped or reset, your classes would come back once you sign into your Managed Apple ID and then open Apple Classroom.
Please understand the immense importance of everyone using the Managed Apple IDs. If one person chooses to use a regular Apple ID in iCloud, they will not be able to get Apple Classroom to work unless they sign out all the students as well. If that is done, it will cause all other teachers who are using the Managed Apple ID to not be able to use Apple Classroom until all their students are signed back in.
Have you forgotten your managed Apple ID? No problem. You can contact your building’s TSS or request a reset here and we will send it to you via email as quickly as possible.