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About the K-12 Computing Blueprint
What is the K-12 Blueprint?
K-12 Blueprint offers resources for education leaders involved in planning and implementing technology initiatives. Whether you are launching a one-to-one or BYO program, moving from print textbooks to digital content, revamping the curriculum to improve STEM learning, rethinking assessment, or embarking on (or continuing to support) any other ambitious technology-supported initiative, Intel’s Blueprint model can help.
The K-12 Blueprint model emphasizes several key elements for building effective and impactful technology initiatives. Click on any of the elements below to learn more and to access relevant articles, news items and resources:
Learning Your Way Around
Be sure to check out K-12 Blueprint’s:
- Free eBooks and webinars, available on demand
- Information about Intel's Schools of Distinction program and winners over the years
- Success stories from other forward-thinking schools and districts
- Practical tips from K-12 leaders and practitioners
- Research updates and overviews: what works and why
- Opportunities to network and exchange ideas with fellow educators
- White papers, technology briefs and a variety of helpful publications
- Information about upcoming events and archived resources from previous ones
The K-12 Blueprint Team
Education Strategist, Intel Corporation
Editor, K-12 Blueprint
Program Manager, K-12 Blueprint
The K-12 Blueprint website is brought to you by Intel and produced by Tech & Learning.
Intel believes that young people are the key to solving global challenges. A solid math and science foundation coupled with skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, and problem solving are crucial for their success. That is why we promote education programs, ambitious policies, and technology access to enable tomorrow’s innovators.
Intel has invested over $1 billion, and its employees have volunteered over 3 million hours to improve education around the world over the last decade. In the United States, we firmly believe that maintaining the country’s competitiveness in today’s global economy will in large part depend on the success of our nation’s students. Intel’s education programs span across the United States and reach students in all 50 states.
Diverse perspectives, abilities, and experiences have always been key to Intel’s success. Our education programs reflect a commitment to excellence. We strive to ensure that all communities including those that are underserved have access to technology. Our goal is to inspire students in every community to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Tech & Learning, now in its 33rd year, is a leading resource for ed tech leaders. Its publications, web sites and events provide factual and evaluative information on technology trends, products, and strategies to K-12 decision-makers at both the school and district level. Tech & Learning, published by NewBay Media LLC, delivers the highest quality content and essential resources related to administrative and instructional uses of technology in K-12 education. Visit us online at www.techlearning.com.