Infographic: Bibb County School District centralized its data center infrastructure, consolidating to a centralized data center with the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family, and empowered students with new Intel® Core™ i5 processor-based PCs.
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Case Study: East Carolina University IT uses the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family to provide a robust foundation for desktop and server virtualization while helping to improve storage performance.
With a one student, one tablet-based ICT learning program, Delia Memorial School offers touch-enabled HP ElitePad* tablets featuring Windows* 8 and Intel® Atom™ processors so students can stay engaged and complete projects in or out of classes.Full View >
Secondary assessment plans for different subject areas help you with planning a student-centered project of your own.
Learn more about the features of Assessing Projects. Read research about the benefits of different kinds of assessments.
Determining how and when students are using higher-order thinking such as critical thinking, creativity, problem solving, and metacognition, can be a challenge. Learn about ways of assessing thinking.
Use these strategies to assess student understanding and skill at the end of the project.
See how features of the Assessing Projects application work: