Modernizing the Framework

To reach a transformed learning environment where students become active learners and problem solvers, curriculum must be modernized to include digital learning while assessment strategies balance skills with progress to improve student success.

Transforming Education Through Curriculum and Assessment

A modern curriculum framework encompasses both subject-matter requirements and 21st century skills such as collaboration, communication, and critical thinking—and the assessment strategies behind them must evolve alongside.

Discover how the Intel Education Transformation Model can help you implement an effective, flexible curriculum framework and develop lesson plans and teaching strategies that offer standards-based, student-centered learning experiences.


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Case Studies

See some innovative, technology-driven curricula in action.

From underachievers to the highest in the state, the K–5 students of Maryland’s Crellin Elementary utilize a technology-driven curriculum to think like scientists.

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The Intel-funded All Kids Online initiative is equipping all K–6 students in San Luis with personal devices—and putting learning back in the students’ hands.

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Education technology provides digital resources that opens doors to diverse learning models and teaching strategies.

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Intel Initiatives and Partnerships

An international, multifaceted collaboration aims to articulate and demonstrate how the true potential for learning can be realized through new pedagogies in a technology-rich society.

London Grid for Learning (LGfL) was established to create a reliable and safe broadband learning network for London’s 1.2 million students.

Through the Assessment & Teaching of 21st Century Skills (ATC21S) project, Intel works with Cisco, Microsoft, and 60 leading scholars and progressive governments to prepare students for the modern workforce.

Intel has joined with UNESCO, Cisco, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), and Microsoft to help educational policy makers and curriculum developers.

Extending the research and outcomes of the ATC21S project, Intel formed the Collaborative Assessment Alliance with partners to help education systems improve teaching and learning.

This framework provides tools and resources to integrate reading, writing, and arithmetic with collaboration, creativity, and innovation.

ISTE has defined a set of standards that position technology skills in the context of school subjects.

Common Core State Standards Initiative (CCSSI) was created by US government and business leaders to ensure that all students receive college- and career-ready education.

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