3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 6, 2011 10:30 PM by SyedaKhadija

    have you introduced   Intel Teach and ISEF programes in educational fairs?

      An educational fair was organised in the   two main cities of Punjab Pakistan , and the chief guest was the province Governor, people from all walks of life were expected and it really turned out to be  a big gathering of educationists,teachers and studnets ,

      our team member Mr.Qamar  and mujtaba went with  our case studies and the other program offerings we have , they met many school net heads and people apprecaited the work being done by intel.

        • ferias
          I hope to meet the various fairs
          • Re: have you introduced   Intel Teach and ISEF programes in educational fairs?

            In the United Sates we have tried our best to introduce the Intel Teach program at our state and national educational and technology conferences. It is important to have educators at these conferences tell there stories about the educational impacts with student and teacher learning that Intel program has made possible with their school districts. We know the program make a positive difference, we know the program does take extra effort and committed work on the teachers behalf- but the reward is overwhelming on the student learning outcomes and exemplar digital products that are created and shared globally.

            • Re: have you introduced  Intel Teach and ISEF programes in educational fairs?

              Here you go, just received some photographs from Dr. Osamah, organizer of the fairs.



              this is Qamar-uz-Zaman, Coordinator, Intel Education Initiative, giving an overview of Intel education program offerings to Governor Punjab at the Education Fair at Lahore.



              this is Mujtaba Malik, another Coordinator, Intel Education Initiative, at the Education Fair at Islamabad, ready with collateral; success stories, case studies, fliers, introductory brochures to share with the visitors. All set.





              They were not only able to network and share Intel Education Initiative programs with visitors, they also found and established many new STEM connections.