Innovations for Personalized Learning Success

Empower Deeper Learning with Lenovo

Implementing a Successful 1:1 Program

We partner with school districts across the country to implement their vision for personalized learning. Let our experience work for you as you build your 1:1 strategy.

We partner with school districts across the country to implement their vision for personalized learning. Let our experience work for you as you build your 1:1 strategy.

Is Your District Ready?

Technology can impact personalized and student-centered learning in three ways:

  1. Connects educators to an expanding universe of content, instructional tools, and assessments ideal for building challenging, multi-mode curricula
  2. Links students to that same rich universe, with tools to create their own content
  3. Empowers teachers and administrators to design individualized curricula that can be easily, centrally managed

In addition to supercharging the classroom, technology lowers the cost of building, delivering, and assessing student learning

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So How Can You Multiply Your Technology Without Raising Your TCO?

This white paper outlines how the Lenovo ThinkPad® 11e Chromebook and ThinkPad Yoga 11e Chromebook with Intel® Celeron® quad-core processors can solve this complex equation.

You will learn why Lenovo Chromebooks are the best solution for digital learning. It also examines:

  • Maintenance and support
  • Digital curriculum and assessments
  • Durability
  • Security
  • Usability

By pairing cloud-based software innovation and Intel processors with education-built reliability, the ThinkPad 11e Chromebook and ThinkPad Yoga 11e Chromebooks offer students, teachers, and IT all the power, flexibility, and reliability they need to take digital learning to the next level.

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Plan, Develop, and Deploy Successfully

Many schools have started using 1:1 learning to improve student engagement and K-12 learning outcomes. But providing a technology platform that supports 1:1 learning without increasing costs and administrative burden can be a challenge.

With the right strategy, K-12 organizations can safely:

  • Plan 1:1 learning goals and secure funding
  • Identify infrastructure requirements
  • Take control of network security
  • Deploy a successful 1:1 curriculum
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