Intel® Education delivers a comprehensive approach to creating successful learning environments. By developing a strategic plan that supports your education vision, you can build a robust infrastructure, choose the right devices, and source the best software for your needs—all keys to driving a holistic solution for student success.
Drive student success with a strategic approach to transformation. Through the Intel® Education Transformation model, you can develop a comprehensive plan for long-term education change.
Support teaching and learning while meeting program goals across security, cloud, connectivity, storage, and manageability—made possible by scalable, sustainable Intel®-based infrastructure.
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The primary school and preschool in Kladno, a small town near to Prague, had previously relied on desktop computers for its information and communications technology (ICT). As part of a national initiative to raise the standard of ICT education, the school equipped teachers with 2 in 1 devices based on the Intel® Atom™ processor for use in preparing lessons at home, and delivering them in the classroom.
Design thinking is an approach to problem solving that starts with empathy and uses fast prototyping to offer possible solutions. This “permission-to-fail” approach is changing the way educators approach curriculum.
Amidst all the advice offered by education and IT professionals about Edtech solutions, sometimes the best advice comes straight from the students themselves.
Donna Teuber, an Intel Education Visionary, weighs in on the educator’s responsibility to help students get on the right track and keep them there.
Transforming education for the next generation takes the right tools. Discover why integrating technology into the classroom helps educators build engaging environments and students reach success.
Drive deep, long-term impact with proven practices, like project-based learning for engaging students.