What began in 2002 as a pilot for 9th grade students at one high school has grown into a district-wide initiative to provide Dell Latitude Laptops to every high school student in the Roanoke County Public School District.
Dell announces that Clear Creek Independent School District in Texas will deploy 30,000 Dell Latitude 10 tablets running Microsoft Windows 8 throughout its 43 schools in a program they call Latitude to Learn to help personalize learning.
The move to personalized and blended learning promises to revolutionize higher education and spur aspiring students to realize their dreams. Getting it right requires attention to some key IT fundamentals.
K–12 districts are gearing up for online assessments, whether driven by Common Core Standards or state mandates. To effectively establish and sustain readiness, leaders must consider processes and people along with district policy and technology.
Students of all ages and abilities love interacting with touch-based devices. The Windows 8 Pro platform and Dell systems with Intel processors make it easy to incorporate tablets in a laptop- and desktop-based environment to facilitate learning.
In partnership with the Science Leadership Academy and The Franklin Institute, Dell held this Think Tank to discuss inquiry-driven, project-based learning and the role technology plays in supporting this type of learning environment.
On May 28, Dell and Intel hosted an Innovation in Teaching & Learning Think Tank at the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development's (NISOD) 35th annual International Conference on Teaching & Leadership Excellence.
Dell's fourth Social Think Tank focusing on education, hosted at MIT, created an open, honest and collaborative forum with 20+ leaders in learning and innovation including students, parents, bloggers and school administrators.
On May 28, 2013, Dell and Intel hosted an Innovation in Teaching & Learning Think Tank at the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development's (NISOD) 35th annual International Conference on Teaching & Leadership Excellence.