Intel’s holistic approach to developing successful digital classrooms is backed by independent research and has been adopted in over 70 countries worldwide.
Mobile learning means different things to different people. We’ll help you employ industry best practices whether you’re just getting started or looking to take your class to the next level.
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) Educator Academy
During the annual International Science and Engineering Fair, education leaders from around the world are invited to explore and present proven, innovative methods of engaging students in the study of science and math.
K-12 Classroom Engagement Tools
These online tools let you create active learning environments helping students engage in discussions, analyze information, pursue investigations, and solve problems.
Intel® Engage Community
Join our global community of educators transforming digital learning in K-12 classrooms.
Intel® Teach Program
Free professional learning courses help K–12 teachers find new ways to engage students with digital learning and prepare them with critical skills.
Intel® Math Program (U.S.)
Brought to you in partnership with University of Arizona, this 80 hour professional learning course helps K-8 teachers deepen their math understanding.
STEM Courses and Support
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education is critical for success in our global economy. Intel has a wide range of courses and resources to support your STEM efforts in the classroom.
Discover all the ways Intel is helping to empower the next generation of scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs by sponsoring science competitions.
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF)
Each year, approximately 7 million high school students around the globe develop original research projects and present their work at local science competitions with the hope of making it to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.1
Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS)
Each year, more than 1,700 seniors attending American high schools conduct original research projects and present their work in the country’s oldest, most prestigious pre-college science competition.
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The Intel® Higher Education Program helps enhance curricula, support research, encourage technical degrees, and drive technology advancement with universities worldwide.
To nurture entrepreneurship, our key initiatives increase individual employability, drive innovation and accelerate economic growth with a focus on computing technology.
Makers love to build and aspire to change the way we think and interact with the world around us. Find materials, support, and ideas to get started.
We are working to empower millions of girls and women around the world by closing the gender gap in education access, inspiring more girls and women to become creators of technology, and connecting girls and women to opportunity through technology access.
An informal education program, Intel Learn teaches youth the skills they need to succeed in our increasingly knowledge-based economy, with a focus on technology literacy, problem-solving, critical thinking, and teamwork.
Intel Learn Easy Steps enhances the quality of life for youth and adults around the world through basic digital literacy, a key 21st-century skill for social and economic self-sufficiency.
Created in collaboration with MIT Media Labs, this after-school, community-based program serves children in underserved areas by helping them become self-confident, motivated learners and leaders.
Educational benefits made possible by technology can be powerful no matter if a person wishes to learn a new skill, increase crop yield, or become an entrepreneur. Our programs and resources are designed to help teachers engage students while building critical skills, to empower and connect underrepresented, and bring new skills and new thinking--combined with technology—to the innovators of tomorrow.
Learn how we're advancing opportunity and economic empowerment. www.intel.com/forward