Helping students unlock their potential means giving each one the tools to excel in school and in life.
Engaging students in real world learning improves student achievement.
Giving teachers the right tools helps them facilitate and monitor student collaboration whether it is within the classroom or across the country.
Welcome to the classroom of the future. Thanks to technology developments —including the widespread availability of personal tablets — it’s available now.
Increasingly, educators are seeing tablets and notebooks as an integral classroom tool, designed not to replace traditional instruction, but to supplement it. Classroom computing means more resources are at students’ fingertips, making learning more innovative, engaging and efficient.
““The first building block to personalized learning is access to technology and the Internet,” said Kevin Schwartz, Chief Technology Officer, Clear Creek Independent School District. “You can get access with most any tablet, but to fully deliver personalized learning requires a device that works seamlessly with all systems…”
Whereas a decade ago, a gifted student wanting to learn more about dolphin migration would have likely needed to make a trip to the school library to search through books, today she can access thousands of research articles in minutes, using a tablet at her desk.
Similarly, a student who needs extra help with geometry can take his tablet home and log into an individualized learning plan his teacher has designed, allowing the student to review and practice the day’s lesson.
And the entire class can take pop quizzes, write notes and snap photos on the devices, posting them to a secure cloud allowing their parents and teachers to monitor their learning. Additionally, Teachers, can spend less time grading tests and more time interacting with students and delivering creative lesson plans.
Ideally, classrooms should be equipped with a 1 to 1 ratio of students to computers, allowing each student to interact directly with the teacher and collaborate with classmates during a lesson.
Tablets work well for many classroom activities, such as quiz taking, internet searches and video chats. Notebooks and hybrids, especially Intel’s high-speed Ultrabook, are ideal for higher-level projects in and outside of the classroom.
Helping students learn and succeed is an educator’s guiding mission. An effective educational technology solution provides reliable, ongoing support for that goal. Intel is committed to improved learning for every student. We help ensure the greatest educational value for your investment by delivering robust, flexible, sustainable solutions that just work—today and in the future.
With a deep commitment to student success, Intel delivers solutions that help teachers use technology to enhance student achievement and develop learners’ 21st century skills. We have helped more than 10 million teachers improve education for hundreds of millions of students in 100 countries around the world. We are proud to apply that education solution expertise to create an innovation economy filled with opportunities for all.
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