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Intel Learn Easy Steps gives your students foundational digital learning that's accessible online or off. Choose from over 40 topics grouped by category. Tap an activity card to get a self-guided step-by-step mastery of the topic. Try it out today:http://aka.ms/IntelLearnEasySteps

With over 20 classic interactive selections, Learning in Context is a powerful app to develop student vocabulary skills. Try it out today: http://aka.ms/LearningInContext

This Microsoft video takes a light (and self-deprecating) approach to comparing WindowsXP to Windows 8.1. Which one would you choose?

See students and teachers at this Pre-K through 12th grade private school at work with Windows 8 tablet computers -- tools that have transformed learning at their school!

In this recently re-released video, Intel offers a look into the future of K-12 education. Watch as students use technology to collaborate with peers and industry experts to build a bridge model, from the initial design phase through the final structure testing. Intel's education solutions help teachers provide innovative, personalized and secure learning environments to prepare students for successful futures in the 21st century.

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In these video archives from recent Tech Forum conferences in Atlanta and Chicago, you'll hear from 11 different administrators/leaders who are involved in implementing one-to-one and BYO programs in their districts or states.

Poway Unified School District in San Diego, California, embraced technology by providing each kindergarten student with a laptop for personalized learning. In this video, you’ll hear from parents, educators, and some amazingly adorable children about the ways in which this individualized, one-to-one environment generates interesting and profound classroom discovery.

Learn about an innovative 1:1 school district.

Intel's Eileen Lento discusses the impact of Obama's data policies on education at the SIIA Ed Tech Business Forum.


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