From classrooms to playgrounds, see how Intel® Education Tablets offer students anywhere access to materials and engage deeper into learning.
From classrooms to playgrounds, see how Intel® Education Tablets offer students anywhere access to rich education materials while engaging deeper into exploration and learning.
Intel® classmate PCs for students deliver powerful and affordable technology with enhanced connectivity into the classroom.
Intel classmate PCs for students are the technological foundation of the Intel® Education Solutions 1:1 eLearning solution. These designs are being used by manufacturers around the world to create the hardware and software for local markets.
Intel develops e-Learning best practices by collaborating with experts in ethnographic research to determine effective teaching with technology.
Intel develops e-Learning best practices by collaborating with experts in education and eLearning to determine effective ways to teach using technology, bridging technological know-how and thought capital to create designs and build classmate PCs.
The Intel® Education Solutions Education Appliance for management, storage, backup, and maintenance of Intel-powered classmate PCs.
Intel creates technological foundations like the Intel® Education Solutions Education Appliance in support of the Intel® Education Solutions 1:1 eLearning solution. The Education Appliance is an in-classroom machine that maintains classmate PCs.
Intel® Education Solutions establish e-learning benefits by preparing students with skills critical for national competitiveness and innovation.
Intel® Education Solutions create e-learning benefits by preparing students to be tech-savvy citizens with the skills to thrive in the current and future marketplace.
Describes student information privacy for Intel® Education Services and includes an example letter notifying parents about security safeguards.
Intel works to ensure student information privacy through Intel® Education Services and provides an example of a letter that can be used to notify parents about the program’s security safeguards and permission requirements.