ICVL 2010

Intel® Education



Deploying Education Environments for the 21st Century

"Learning is evolution of knowledge over time."
Roger E. Bohn
, 1994



WEB: www.intel.com/education | www.intel.com/worldahead | www.classmatepc.com




Deploying Education Environments for the 21st Century (Robert Fogel and Steve Gish, Intel Corporation) (.pps)

Classroom of Tomorrow

- "In today’s economy, the most important resource is no longer labour, capital or land; it is knowledge.” Peter Drucker
- "Integrating computers and education is essential in the 21st century." Craig Barrett
- "The new technologies and trends that are transforming the global economy will influence the future of today's students, both personally and professionally." Craig Barrett
- "With the help of technology, teachers will be leaders in the transformation of education around the world." Craig R. Barrett – Chairman, Intel Corporation

NEWS and EVENTS

  • Intel ISEF 2009, Reno, Nevada, SUA - Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. A program of Society for Science & the Public - www.intel.com/education/ISEF/ | Winners | Intel ISEF 2008 (Video) - Videos Posted by Intel International Science and Engineering Fair | Intel ISEF 2010
  • Intel Strengthens Commitment to Education in Romania - BUCHAREST, Romania, March 4, 2009 – Intel Corporation Chairman Craig Barrett today made an impassioned speech on education to Romanian university students, telling them that education and technology are key to creating an innovation economy; In related events, University Politehnica of Bucharest (UPB) bestowed the honorary title of Doctor Honoris Causa on Barrett today during a special ceremony at the university | http://www.intel.com/
  • 1959, Invention of the integrated circuit - Intel Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Integrated Circuit; Intel CTO Makes Technology Predictions in Honor of Inventor’s Day; In 1959, inventor Robert Noyce, who later became one of the founders of Intel, created the first planar integrated circuit made from silicon. Noyce’s invention consisted of a complete electronic circuit inside a small silicon chip and helped revolutionize Silicon Valley’s semiconductor industry. Virtually all integrated circuits made today use some form of Noyce’s manufacturing technique. | http://blogs.intel.com/technology/2009/02/whats_your_favorite_invention.php
  • 1971, Invention of the Microprocessor - Fascinating facts about the invention of the Microprocessor by M.E. "Ted" Hoff in 1968; In November, 1971, a company called Intel publicly introduced the world's first single chip microprocessor, the Intel 4004 (U.S. Patent #3,821,715), invented by Intel engineers Federico Faggin, Ted Hoff, and Stan Mazor. | www.thocp.net/biographies/hoff_ted.html |

Objectives


Share Intel’s worldwide best practices for education; Education solution towards 21st Century challenges; Identify key ingredients of 1:1 education solution

  • Develop 21st-century skills: media literacy, critical and systems thinking, problem solving, collaboration, self-direction, global awareness, and civic literacy
  • Develop ICT skills: Word processing, online collaboration, Internet research, multimedia production, etc.
  • Improve student access to information: Intranet and Internet connectivity
  • Enhance school productivity: Teacher and administrator efficiency
  • Improve teaching practice: Improve teachers’ subject knowledge and improve pedagogical practices, and assist in planning objectives, structuring lessons, etc.
  • Improve students’ conceptual understanding: Use dynamic audiovisual representations to explain concepts and complex information
  • Facilitate collaboration: Group projects and improve communication among teachers, students, parents, and administrators

Education Objectives for the 21st Century


In Terms of the Student:

  • Improve the education process
  • Improve the education environment
  • Prepare students for higher education
  • Prepare students thrive in today's global economy
  • 21st century skills development

In Terms of a Country or Region:

  • Global economic competitiveness
  • Grow economy and retain talent pool
  • Improve social development

Intel® Education - Learning, Technology, Science


  • Digital Curriculum, collaborative rich-media applications, student software, teacher software
  • Improved Learning Methods, interactive and collaborative methods to help teachers incorporate technology into their lesson plans and enable students to learn anytime, anywhere
  • Professional Development, readily available training to help teachers acquire the necessary ICT skills
  • Connectivity and Technology, group projects and improve communication among teachers, students, parents and administrators

About Intel

  • Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Additional information about Intel is available at www.intel.com/pressroom and blogs.intel.com
  • Through its World Ahead Program, Intel strives to improve education, health care, entrepreneurship and government services in developing countries worldwide by accelerating access to computers, connectivity and localized Internet content. Additional information is available at www.intel.com/changingtheworld and www.intel.com/intel/worldahead.
  • Intel pushes the boundaries of innovation so our work can make people's lives more exciting, fulfilling, and manageable. And our work never stops. We never stop looking for the next leap ahead—in technology, education, culture, manufacturing, and social responsibility. And we never stop striving to deliver solutions with greater benefits for everyone.