Category Archives: education

Students are Insipired by Education

A few months ago, we asked students across the country to answer the question, “What inspires you to learn?”  Now, after hearing about the responses, I’m left feeling one thing: inspired! From dreams of becoming writers, architects and astronauts, to stories of students working to make the world a better place, it’s clear that students […] Read more >

Intel Global Challenge: So… What’s the Big Deal?

This blog was posted on behalf of Manav Subodh, Intel’s Global Entrepreneurship Program Manager. This year marks the 7th annual Intel Global Challenge at UC Berkeley (formerly IBTEC, the Intel+UC Berkeley Technology Entrepreneurship Challenge), which seeks to support and promote… Read more >

What do U.S. Teachers Think About Students’ Mobile Manners in the Classroom?

According to an Intel “Mobile Etiquette” survey commissioned by Ipsos, nearly all U.S. teachers (94 percent) agree that technology, when used properly, enhances students’ education experience. Three-quarters of teachers (74 percent) agree that with the fast pace of technology today, it is becoming just as important for children to learn about mobile etiquette as it […] Read more >