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Intel Education: Technology Literacy: Describe with Technology

Students research topics, write essays, and collect and analyze data to produce critically thought out publications.

Intel Education Technology Literacy: Explain with Technology

Students research topics, write expository essays, collect and analyze data, and deliver multimedia presentations.

Intel Education Technology Literacy: Persuade with Technology

Students research controversial issues and write persuasive essays to make an argument for a position on their issues.

Intel Education: Showing Evidence Tool: Jack and the Beanstalk

Students support their opinions about whether Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk is a hero and write a persuasive essay.

Intel Education: Showing Evidence Tool: Mysterious Malady

Chemistry students investigate the source of a potential toxin and use the tool to draw conclusions for a mock trial.

Intel Education Designing Effective Projects: CFQ

Learn how Essential, Unit, and Content Questions spark interest that guides learning to higher levels of thinking.

Intel Education Designing Effective Projects: Planning Projects

Find ideas and ways to improve designing and assessing a project-based unit for your classroom.

Intel Education Designing Effective Projects: Project Character

Learn more about the design elements used in planning a project-based unit.

Intel Education Designing Effective Projects: Graphic Organizers

Find out about graphic organizers and how to effectively use them in the classroom.

Intel Education Designing Effective Projects: Prior Knowledge

Learn about the importance of tapping students’ prior knowledge to help students construct new understanding.