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Evaluations—Intel® Education

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Inspiring 21st Century Teaching and Learning

Inte® Education offers free professional development, tools, and resources to help K–12 teachers engage students with appropriate use of technology for learning, creativity, and communication. From free online professional development courses to community-based after-school technology learning programs to free, printable curriculum manuals for hands-on engineering and design activities, Intel is committed to providing educators with programs that inspire, delight, and drive students to excel.

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Reports, Case Study and White Papers
Report, Case Study or White Paper Program Source Date

Case Study:  Student Engagement In Math: The Study of an Intel Funded Pilot Program in Chile (PDF, 1MB)

A case study from the Education Development Center’s Center for Children and Technology taking place in Chile, the pilot has been very successful applying Khan Academy math resources quickly and deeply integrating digital tools into the teachers’ math instruction. 

Digital Teaching Tools

EDC

May 2014

Case Study:  Student Engagement In Math: The Study of an Intel Funded Pilot Program in Chile - SUMMARY (PDF, 106 KB)

A case study from the Education Development Center’s Center for Children and Technology taking place in Chile, the pilot has been very successful applying Khan Academy math resources quickly and deeply integrating digital tools into the teachers’ math instruction. 

Digital Teaching Tools

EDC

May 2014

Case Study: Creating New Opportunities for STEM Learning (PDF, 880 KB)
In collaboration with SRI International, Intel conducted case studies of five schools that provide rich, rigorous science and math learning experiences for students. This report describes these schools, the challenges each faced, and how they were able to build effective learning environments.

STEM

SRI CTL

May 2013

Case Study: Highlighting Changes in Two Russian Schools with Successful One‐to‐One Laptop Programs (PDF, 495 KB)
A case study from the Education Development Center’s Center for Children and Technology in Moscow and Nizhniy Novgorod, for research on two schools that have one-to-one laptop initiatives. Although the both schools have developed their own laptop programs, the core of their programs are classroom sets of Intel Classmate PCs, interactive whiteboards or projectors, wireless Internet Access and virtual learning environment.

Intel® Teach Program & Classmate PC

EDC CCT

August 2012

Case Study: Highlighting Changes in Two Russian Schools with Successful One‐to‐One Laptop Programs - SUMMARY (PDF, 140 KB)
A case study from the Education Development Center’s Center for Children and Technology in Moscow and Nizhniy Novgorod, for research on two schools that have one-to-one laptop initiatives. Although the both schools have developed their own laptop programs, the core of their programs are classroom sets of Intel Classmate PCs, interactive whiteboards or projectors, wireless Internet Access and virtual learning environment.

Intel® Teach Program & Classmate PC

EDC CCT

August 2012

Case Study: Highlighting Changes in the Classrooms of a Successful 1-to-1 Program in Rural Argentina (PDF, 435 KB)
A case study from the Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) in San Luis, Argentina, research in three schools that were part of a provincial education program, Todos los Chicos en la Red (All Kids Online). All Kids Online is a one-to-one laptop program that provides all students with an Intel® Classmate PC designed especially for students to provide a collaborative, interactive learning experience for access at home and at school.

Intel® Teach Program & Classmate PC

EDC CCT

May 2012

Case Study: Highlighting Changes in the Classrooms of a Successful 1-to-1 Program in Rural Argentina-SUMMARY (PDF, 181 KB)
The case study SUMMARY from the Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) in San Luis, Argentina, research in three schools that were part of a provincial education program, Todos los Chicos en la Red (All Kids Online). All Kids Online is a one-to-one laptop program that provides all students with an Intel® Classmate PC designed especially for students to provide a collaborative, interactive learning experience for access at home and at school.

Intel® Teach Program & Classmate PC

EDC CCT

May 2012

White Paper: ICT, Education Reform, and Economic Growth: A Conceptual Framework(pdf, 270 KB)
Increasingly, educational policy-makers are being asked to formulate educational policies and programs—particularly those related to ICT—in ways that advance the nation's economic and social development goals. This paper describes factors that influence this, presents a conceptual framework to analyze ICT-based education reform, and provides recommendations to help policy-makers move toward an education system based on knowledge creation.

n/a

Robert B. Kozma, Ph.D.

April 2008

White Paper: ICT, Education Reform, and Economic Growth: The Role of the Intel® Education Initiative (pdf, 241 KB)
This paper uses the conceptual framework presented in the paper above to show how programs of the Intel Education Initiative can help educational policy-makers and leaders prepare their teachers and students for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century and contribute to national economic and social goals.

Intel Education

Robert B. Kozma, Ph.D.

April 2008

Report: Assessing Youth Impact of the Computer Clubhouse Network (pdf, 239 KB)
Summarizes results from the May 2006 online survey of Clubhouse members.

Intel Computer Clubhouse Network

SRI International

August 2006

Report: Assessing Youth Impact of the Computer Clubhouse Network: 2005 Year-End Report (pdf, 149 KB)
Summarizes results from the year 2005 online survey of Clubhouse members.

Intel Computer Clubhouse Network

SRI International

March 2006

Final Report: An Evaluation of Intel's Design and Discovery Summer Program (Final Report) (pdf, 467 KB)
Summarizes a study of the Design and Discovery curriculum implemented in four sites in the Phoenix area.

Intel Design and Discovery

Division of Psychology in Education, College of Education, Arizona State University

October 2004

Report: Formative Evaluation of the Intel® Design and Discovery Curriculum (pdf, 113 KB)
Provides a wide-ranging study of the Intel Design and Discovery Curriculum implemented in a variety of sites.

Intel Design and Discovery

EDC/CCT

February 2004

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