Education Transformation


A Holistic Model for Success

At Intel, we've invested over $1 billion to improve teaching and learning environments in more than 70 countries over the last decade. Through our systematic approach to student success, we deliver fresh insights, unique programs, and holistic solutions to help educators, government officials, IT professionals, and other leaders inspire excellence in students.

Essential components of education transformation

Curriculum and Assessment

To prepare students to succeed in the global economy, curriculum standards must include e-Learning environments with rich digital media and powerful tools. They must also work hand-in-hand with a balanced assessment approach that measures students' knowledge and skills while tracking individual progress.

Attributes of a twenty-first century learning environment

  1. Student-centered systems
  2. Clear standards and objectives
  3. Robust formative and summative assessment systems
  4. Continuous feedback improving students' learning
  5. Support for twenty-first century skills
  6. Inquiry-based learning approaches
  7. Personalized learning
  8. Digital media curriculum resources
  9. Advanced open-ended learning tools
  10. Online Managed Learning and Assessment Systems

Resources: Curriculum and Assessment

Resources to activate learning
Transforming Education—
Read Chapter 6:
Strategies and resources to activate learning >
Towards a New End: New Pedagogies for Deep Learning
Project RED - Revolutionizing Education
A Toolkit for Education Transformation
Learn more >

Intel Initiatives and Collaborations: Curriculum and Assessment

New Pedagogies for Deep Learning
New Pedagogies for Deep Learning
An international, multifaceted collaboration aims to articulate and demonstrate how the true potential for learning can be realized through new pedagogies in a technology-rich society.
Learn more about New Pedagogies
for Deep Learning >
London Grid
London Grid for Learning (LGfL) Trust
LGfL was established to create a reliable and safe broadband learning network for London's 1.2 million students.
Learn more about LGfL >
Assessment & Teaching of 21st Century Skills
Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills
Intel, Microsoft, and Cisco successfully completed this global assessment research initiative with more than 60 leading scholars focused on how to define, measure, and teach the skills students need to compete in a global knowledge economy.
Learn more about this international effort >
UNESCO—ICT Competency Standards for Teachers project
Intel has joined with UNESCO, Cisco, ISTE, and Microsoft to help educational policymakers and curriculum developers.
Learn more about the project >
Collaborative Assessment Alliance
Collaborative Assessment Alliance
Extending the research and outcomes of the global ATC21S project, Intel formed the Collaborative Assessment Alliance with partners to help education systems improve teaching and learning measures.
Learn about the alliance and how you can take part >
Partnership for 21st Century Skills framework
Partnership for 21st Century Skills framework
This framework provides tools and resources to integrate reading, writing, and arithmetic with collaboration, creativity, and innovation.
Learn more about the partnership >
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
ISTE has defined a set of standards that position technology skills in the context of school subjects.
Learn more about ISTE >
Common Core Standards Initiative (CCSI)
Common Core Standards Initiative (CCSI)
CCSI was created by U.S. government and business leaders to ensure all students receive college- and career-ready education.
Learn more about the initiative >
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