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Intel® Education Software Overview

Intel® Education Software helps students foster 21st century skills, with Classroom Management software for teachers and project-based programs.

Elementary Math Class Using ArtRage*

Students engage in 21st century learning in elementary math as they explore fractions using ArtRage* to draw with different brushes and colors.

SPARKvue* and Elementary School Science

SPARKvue* enhances student engagement in a fourth grade science experiment in recording and analyzing temperature data to learn about insulation.

High School Science Class Uses Intel® Education Lab Camera

Intel® Education Lab Camera records a swinging ball to demo a pendulum’s periodic motion, providing students a collaborative learning experience.

Elementary Class Uses Intel® Education Lab Camera Microscope

Students use the Intel® Education Lab Camera microscope feature and Intel® Notes Taker to analyze sand and compare and contrast observations.

High School Math Using ArtRage*

Students engage in 21st century learning in high school math using a media camera and ArtRage* to explore the Fibonacci Sequence and math in nature.

High School Science with My Note* and SPARKvue*

Students engage in 21st century learning in high school science as they investigate temperature at different locations using My Note* and SPARKvue*.

Middle School Language Arts with Intel® Education Media Camera

Students engage in 21st century learning in middle school language arts as they plan and record a library PSA using the Intel® Education Media Camera.

Intel® Education Solutions: Middle School Science with SPARKvue*

See how real teachers and students enjoy a valuable learning activity supported by robust education technology.

SPARKvue* Accelerometer and Middle School Science Class

SPARKvue* accelerometer enables an intuitive hands-on experience to demonstrate centripetal force as it applies to Earth’s gravity acting on the moon.