India International School uses a technology-based learning system to deliver lessons, improving the school environment and accelerating learning.
India International School in Bangalore, India, uses a technology-based learning system to deliver lessons, improving the instructional environment, increasing student engagement, and accelerating learning.Full View >
Students and teachers from Indus International School discuss the Intel® Education Solutions partnership to promote 21st century skills.
Hear from students and teachers from Indus International School in Bangalore, India as they talk about partnering with the Intel® Education Solutions to provide 1:1 eLearning, promoting life-long self-learning with 21st century skills and technology.Full View >
SPARKvue* enhances student engagement in a fourth grade science experiment in recording and analyzing temperature data to learn about insulation.
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 >
Students engage in 21st century learning in high school science as they investigate temperature at different locations using My Note* and SPARKvue*.
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 engage in 21st century learning in middle school science using a lab camera for real-time data and ArtRage* to explore abstract concepts.
The Computer on Wheels project brings computer labs to students in Pakistan, connecting students with technology and making learning fun.
Viper and Intel’s Computer on Wheels project brings the computer lab directly to students in Pakistan, providing opportunities to connect one-on-one with technology and making learning fun.Full View >
Students engage in 21st century learning in elementary language arts by exploring poetry on Kno* Textbooks, highlighting text, and recording examples.
Video demo: describes how Intel classmate PCs were chosen to use in a racing competition as a durable solution for remote communications.