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Intel Education Wild Ride: Assessment: Project Objectives

Standards are used to define curriculum priorities without constraining classroom methods and teaching styles.

Intel Education Wild Ride: Assessment: Final Work and Grading

Student samples of final projects and get a glimpse into the final grading process.

Intel Education Wild Ride: Learning that Works: Phase 5

Students take on one of four jobs on the design team: engineering, architecture, research, or public relations.

Intel Education Wild Ride: Learning that Works: Phase 3

Tasks expand students’ knowledge of roller coaster design with research, experimenting and investigations.

Intel Education Wild Ride: Learning that Works: Phase 2

Each subject area class addresses core content goals and standards in the context of roller coaster design.

Intel Education Wild Ride: Supporting Success: Teaming that Works

Teaming is an evolutionary process. Join one team’s journey from individualism to collaboration.

Intel Education Wild Ride: Supporting Success: Technology

View technology access at a Jr. High and the team’s reflections of the use of technology in the classroom.

Intel Education Wild Ride: Working Together: Working on Jobs

Students work in teams to see what it’s like on the job site while reviewing sample work from other design projects.

High School Science Class Uses Intel® Education Lab Camera

Intel® Education Lab Camera records a swinging ball to demo a pendulum’s periodic motion, providing students a collaborative learning experience.

SPARKvue* Accelerometer and Middle School Science Class

SPARKvue* accelerometer enables an intuitive hands-on experience to demonstrate centripetal force as it applies to Earth’s gravity acting on the moon.