Intel® Education Initiative, Asia: Brochure
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Brochures
 
The Intel® Education Initiative is a sustained commitment to prepare all students with the skills required to thrive in the knowledge economy, while improving teaching and learning as well as advancing mathematics, science, and engineering education and research.
The Intel® Teach Program is a proven, worldwide professional development program which helps pre-service and in-service K-12 teachers learn the optimal ways to integrate technology tools and resources into their own lessons to promote 21st century learning, and student-centered practices in the classroom.
Intel® Learn Program enables underserved youth ages 8-16 to learn technology, critical thinking, and collaboration skills using an engaging, project-based curriculum in an after-school, community-centered setting.
Intel’s education programs focus on improving teaching and learning through the effective use of technology and advancing students’ knowledge of math, science and engineering to help prepare students with the 21st century skills to succeed in today’s workforce.
 
White Papers
 
 
eLearning is the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) to enhance classroom education. This whitepaper summarises key research findings that aim to help educational leaders identify relevant eLearning benefits, and make judicious decisions when developing their eLearning strategies. To further aid in planning, we also share insights relating to the challenges of eLearning implementations around the region, and provide a bibliography for additional reading.
This paper focuses on a pre-service program designed to equip future teachers for their role in preparing students to live in a changing world. It draws from a three year study of the Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course, pre-service curriculum, conducted by evaluation teams in ten Asia Pacific countries and coordinated by Deakin University, Australia.
The 21st century presents tremendous challenges and significant opportunities to national policy makers as they formulate economic and social policies and programs. The Intel® Education Initiative can help national policy makers and thought leaders connect education reform and the use of ICT resources to policies and programs that advance their economic and social development goals. This second paper of a two-part set, reviews the various programs in the Intel Education Initiative. Through program analysis and case studies, draws on a conceptual framework that connects ICT-based education reform to economic and social development to show how the Intel Education Initiative helps educational policy makers and thought leaders create an education system that prepares teachers and students for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century and contributes to national economic and social goals.