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Preparing Students for 21st Century Success

Advances in technology continue to transform how we live, work, play, and learn. To succeed in the 21st century, students must develop digital literacy skills including information gathering, content and media creation, and interactive problem solving. Technology plays a key role in equipping students with the skills necessary to succeed in the workforce and beyond. Intel® Lear...ning Series is based on years of ethno- graphic and field research and provides solutions designed specifically for kids, teachers, and IT administrators to support 21st century learning. Aimed at advancing education, Intel Learning Series enables more personalized and comprehensive eLearning solutions for students K-8. • Over 7 million Intel classmate PCs shipped to date • Intel Learning Series benefits education and economies • Complete solution that includes hardware, software, support, and training • search-based and localized Re for local needs 500+ Companies 70+ Countries 20+ Languages The Intel Learning Series is a comprehensive education solution—bringing together high quality technology, digital content, teacher training, and support, to help schools implement successful 1:1 eLearning for students ages 5-12. Think of it as a customized package of industry leading hardware, software, services, and support designed to work reliably together and delivered by local vendors to meet local needs. With the Intel Learning Series, governments and schools can choose the right mix of teaching and learning tools to meet their educational goals. Through the Intel® Learning Series Alliance, we work with innovative companies to develop and deliver a powerful education computing platform. For more information including local where-to-buy and case studies on Intel classmate PCs and the Intel Learning Series, visit: Copyright © 2012 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel nSingle-line Corporatio in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of wothers.ide NOTE: minimum size here at 35.81mm/1.41 inch Please Recycle 325266-002US 0212/RAD/HBD/PDF Educating for the 21st Century Single-line NOTE: minimum size here at 35.81mm/1.41 inch wide Discover. What Educators are Saying “Watch a class of youngsters work with traditional laptops or desktops in a lab. Then watch them use classmate PCs. The experience is completely different. With classmate PCs, the level of engagement and interaction, both with their peers and their teachers, is instantly higher. Classmate PC makes me want to find the funding for 1:1. Suddenly, a computer is rugged, useful, and personal enough to make 1:1 truly compelling.” – Christopher Dawson, ZDNet Education writer; Technology Director, Athol-Roalston Regional School District, Athol, Massachusetts “ “What’s been great about having a computer on each kid’s desk is that it’s ‘right now’ learning. You can’t do that with one or two PCs in the room.” – Greg Clarkson, Buckman Arts Magnet Elementary School, Portland, Oregon “It has been amazing to see the turnaround in their attitude. In fact, during the second trimester, close to 20 out of my 26 students had perfect attendance. That is very unusual and a sign of how motivated they really are!” – Chris Bradeen, 5th Read the full Preparing Students for 21st Century Success.

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