Intel invests in programs for girls and women around the world because education is a fundamental right, and tech opens doors to opportunity.
Intel believes education is a fundamental right and technology opens doors; all around the globe, Intel invests in programs for girls and women to advance opportunity and change the world.
Coming in March 2013, Girl Rising shows nine girls’ true stories from around the globe, all of them pursuing the one thing that will change the world.
Students use the Intel® Education Lab Camera microscope feature and Intel® Notes Taker to analyze sand and compare and contrast observations.
In Mrs. Nasewytewa’s elementary science class, students use the Intel® Education Lab Camera microscope feature and a note taking tool to analyze sand and compare and contrast observations.Volledig scherm >
Intel® Education Lab Camera records a swinging ball to demo a pendulum’s periodic motion, providing students a collaborative learning experience.
In Mr. Tidwell’s high school science class, students use the Intel® Education Lab Camera to record a swinging ball to demonstrate a pendulum’s periodic motion, providing a richer, more collaborative learning experience.Volledig scherm >
SPARKvue* accelerometer enables an intuitive hands-on experience to demonstrate centripetal force as it applies to Earth’s gravity acting on the moon.
In Mrs. Lee’s middle school science class, the SPARKvue* accelerometer provides an intuitive, hands-on learning experience to demonstrate centripetal force as it applies to Earth’s gravity acting on the moon.Volledig scherm >
Case Study: Solar-powered eLearning has started a small learning revolution with one country in Africa using Intel-powered classmate PCs.
Case Study: In a country of 30 million where 3% of the population can afford electricity, computer training was non-existent until one US programmer used his vision, skills, and Intel-powered classmate PCs to start a small learning revolution.
Macedonia is enabling students to acquire the skills they need through technology integration supported by an Intel® Education Solutions.
The central government of Macedonia began a 1:1 technology integration program in 2009 in partnership with the Intel® Education Solutions to enable students to acquire the 21st century skills they need to compete in the global economy.
Educators are shaping the future in classrooms around the world.