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Intel® Education—For K–12 Educators
Transition your teaching to blended learning experiences where some portion of learning occurs online and outside of a traditional classroom setting. Prepare your students for self-directed and independent learning.Take the Blended Learning Course >
Mobile Learning offers an exciting opportunity to make learning truly personal and more powerful. Realize the potential of mobility to transform learning with practical ideas, research to validate learning outcomes, planning tips, strategies, and more.Learn about Mobile Learning >
Mobile devices are becoming more prevalent in the K12 classroom. Read stories that span grade levels and subject areas for inspiration to integrate new technologies into your classroom, improving teaching and learning.Download Mobile Scenarios for K-12 Education >
Promote your students’ 21st century learning skills with Intel® Teach. Learn to integrate technology effectively into all grades and subjects while building students’ critical thinking and collaboration skills.
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These free webinars focus on the effective use of technology in education. Find an upcoming topic, view previously recorded sessions anytime, and jump in a conversation to share your thoughts or participate in an activity.Register for a free webinar >
Short, interactive, and free eLearning courses that you can take anytime, anywhere. These courses focus on 21st century learning themes such as thinking critically with data, leadership, and collaboration.Explore the Intel Teach Elements courses >
Share and discuss student strategies and best practices that work. Join a global online community of educators dedicated to transforming K–12 classrooms.Network with expert educators worldwide >
- Assessment in 21st-
- Assessing Projects
- Designing Effective Projects
- Webinar: Improve Teaching
This free, online professional development course can help you learn new assessment strategies to meet the 21st century needs of your students.View the online course >
The Intel® Education Assessing Projects application helps teachers create assessments that address students’ higher-level thinking skills.View the library of assessment resources >
Designing Effective Projects includes a collection of exemplary unit plans, many designed by Intel® Teach educators, that integrate technology into classroom projects. Learn more about how you can adapt these units or create your own from scratch.Explore new unit plans for your class >
View the free “Exploring Assessment” webinar, hosted by Dr. Peggy Grant. She’ll guide you through free resources that support quality assessments in the classroom.Launch the webinar >
Students can use the Visual Ranking Tool to identify and refine the criteria they use to assign a ranking to a list. Teachers can use it to help students debate their differences, organize their ideas, and reach a consensus.Explore the Visual Ranking Tool >
Anyone can have an opinion, but backing it up with well-articulated evidence requires careful thinking. The Showing Evidence Tool helps students learn how to construct well-reasoned arguments and prove their case with credible evidence.Try the tool, get project ideas, and more >
The Seeing Reason Tool lets students investigate complex relationships and create visual maps that show their understanding of cause and effect. Students can work at home or at school, and even collaborate remotely with other classrooms.Learn more about Seeing Reason >
Get an introduction to Intel® Thinking Tools and see how they can help students turn their thought processes into clear, well-thought-out visual diagrams.Launch the Intel Thinking Tools webinar >
- Intel® Teach Elements
- Designing Effective Projects
- Take a Wild Ride
- Webinar: Project-Based
This free eLearning professional development course can help you design activities to engage your students with self-directed learning.Take an Intel Teach Elements course >
Gather ideas from successful project-based units developed by other teachers. Then design your own technology-enhanced teaching plan.Get new ideas for your classroom >
Get an in-depth look inside this interdisciplinary project on roller-coaster design. The project engages eighth-graders in math, science, social studies, and language arts.Explore It’s a Wild Ride >
Join ISTE author Jane Krauss and learn more about how project-based learning can improve students’ 21st century skills.Launch the free webinar >
- Intel® Education Help Guide
- Intel® Education Help Guide
in the School
- Technology Literacy
- Webinar: Digital Literacy
Need a handy tutor who’s always ready to help your students with their work? The Intel® Education Help Guide provides step-by-step instructions for hundreds of technology-based productivity tasks. All instructions are written in friendly, nontechnical language.See how the Guide can help your students >
The Intel® Education Help Guide is a set of hundreds of easy-to-use productivity tasks that help develop students’ technology skills. It’s available in a variety of languages and formats for everyone to use.Help your students develop new skills >
How can students become technology literate while learning language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, and fine arts? Incorporate this active, hands-on curriculum into your middle school courses to address NETS•S standards.Build technology literacy in your classroom >
Award-winning blogger and teacher Vicki Davis presents “Technology-Driven Differentiated Instruction” to help you teach students to drive their own success. Don’t miss this lively, creative discussion of how well-chosen technology can benefit classrooms everywhere.Launch the webinar >
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)
Looking for a way to build interest in engineering? Design and Discovery is a free curriculum that engages youth aged 11–15 in hands-on engineering and design activities. Students follow the design process from ideas to developing a working prototype.See Design and Discovery in action >
Ever wonder what’s inside your computer? Take this interactive journey through a collection of interactive lessons to learn about technology, computers, and society.Go on The Journey Inside >
Use this handy index to find the STEM-related units in our online tools and resources.See the complete list of STEM units >
“If it’s green and wriggles, it’s biology. If it stinks, it’s chemistry. If it doesn’t work, it’s physics” (Proverb). skoool™ is a fun way for students worldwide to learn about math and science, in countries including Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.Check out skoool.com >
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