Intel® Education Lab Camera records a swinging ball to demo a pendulum’s periodic motion, providing students a collaborative learning experience.
In Mr. Tidwell’s high school science class, students use the Intel® Education Lab Camera to record a swinging ball to demonstrate a pendulum’s periodic motion, providing a richer, more collaborative learning experience.Full View >
SPARKvue* accelerometer enables an intuitive hands-on experience to demonstrate centripetal force as it applies to Earth’s gravity acting on the moon.
In Mrs. Lee’s middle school science class, the SPARKvue* accelerometer provides an intuitive, hands-on learning experience to demonstrate centripetal force as it applies to Earth’s gravity acting on the moon.Full View >
Students use the Intel® Education Lab Camera microscope feature and Intel® Notes Taker to analyze sand and compare and contrast observations.
In Mrs. Nasewytewa’s elementary science class, students use the Intel® Education Lab Camera microscope feature and a note taking tool to analyze sand and compare and contrast observations.Full View >
SPARKvue* enhances student engagement in a fourth grade science experiment in recording and analyzing temperature data to learn about insulation.
See how real teachers and students enjoy a valuable learning activity supported by robust education technology.
Teachers and students enjoy a valuable learning activity. In this activity, students participate in active learning with dynamic, hands-on data collection, creating a deeper learning experience by making invisible concepts visible.Full View >
Students engage in 21st century learning in middle school science using a lab camera for real-time data and ArtRage* to explore abstract concepts.
Students engage in 21st century learning in high school science as they investigate temperature at different locations using My Note* and SPARKvue*.
Students engage in 21st century learning in elementary math as they explore fractions using ArtRage* to draw with different brushes and colors.
Students use the Kno* reader to highlight, track, and interpret Shakespeare into their own words for a meaningful, hands-on language experience.
Students engage in project-based learning, using Intel® technology-based tablets and notebooks to explore and learn about bridges.