1:1 eLearning education is improving learning for school children in Turkey with donated Intel-powered classmate PCs and technology trained teachers.
1:1 eLearning education collaboration with four primary schools is improving learning for young children in Turkey with donated classmate PCs for schools, guided by teachers who received technology training from the Intel® Teach Program.
As part of Intel® Education Solutions, the Intel-powered Education Appliance delivers additional value to schools. The dedicated computing environment lets teachers create education activities, maintain, and manage Intel-powered classmate PCs.
The Education Appliance developed by the Intel® Education Solutions delivers learning, networking and administration infrastructure for schools.
The Intel® Education Solutions Critical Links Education Portfolio delivers learning, networking, and administration infrastructure to the next generation of schools.
Intel® architecture gives educators a platform for innovation and the flexibility to choose the peripherals, software, and infrastructure they need.
Intel designs education technology to advance student skills & enable innovation economies, the Intel® classmate PC, 7-inch & 10-inch Intel® Education Tablets, Intel® Education Software, & other resources help to ensure classroom & eLearning success
App Note: Discusses ArtRage* features and benefits, a painting and drawing application that simulates real-world materials to create digital artwork.
App Note: Discusses the features and benefits of ArtRage*, a painting and drawing application that simulates real-world materials so students can create sophisticated digital artwork.
App Note: Describes the Intel® Education Resources content application, combining Intel’s education content with content from other education companies, such as Intel® skoool™ Math and Science, the British Council, and the Khan Academy.
In Vietnam, orphanages connect with a world of possibilities outside their door through an organization deploying Intel-powered classmate PCs.
In Vietnam, the non-governmental organization (NGO) Orphans Overseas is deploying Intel-powered classmate PCs to orphanages across the country connecting orphans with the world of possibilities outside their door.
Intel develops e-Learning best practices by collaborating with experts in ethnographic research to determine effective teaching with technology.
Intel develops e-Learning best practices by collaborating with experts in education and eLearning to determine effective ways to teach using technology, bridging technological know-how and thought capital to create designs and build classmate PCs.