Education's Elite Become Visionaries

Intel Education today launched the Intel® Education Visionaries program, an elite group of approximately 40 education leaders who will be exemplars for global education transformation; inspire and share best practices with educators, administrators and parents worldwide; and help Intel design the future of education technology.

Who are the Intel® Education Visionaries?

Visionaries are an elite group of education leaders on the forefront of classroom transformation. They are dreamers with follow-through, pragmatic optimists, and above all, passionate educators who keep student learning at the center of the technology equation.

How are Visionaries Selected?

Visionaries are chosen for their insight, passion and proven experience as agents of change – and becoming a Visionary opens up a world of opportunity. This is the community that shapes the future of learning, working with Intel in education to transform learning and teaching and inspiring educators everywhere.

In early 2016 we will be opening an application process for new Visionaries to request membership in the community.

If you are interested in following the Visionaries or possibly becoming one in the future, you can follow us on our Twitter feed @IntelEDU #intelvisionaries and come back to this page for additional updates and information in the coming weeks.

What are the Visionaries Doing in 2015?

On October 11th-15th, Intel Education will be hosting an immersive and collaborative professional learning event at Intel’s headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Visionaries will be traveling in from all over the world to:

  • Share ideas with other Visionaries from around the world
  • See new technologies and solutions from ed tech startups
  • Learn more about Intel in Education
  • Get hands-on with some exciting STEAM (STEM + Art) activities
  • Take home new global ideas and connections for your district, school, and /or classroom

Follow @IntelEdu and #IntelVisionaries on Twitter for live posts and inspiration from the event.