We are piloting a high-level programme in India titled "Teaching Thinking With Technology," a completely software-agnostic programme that is designed to drive students to high levels of thinking related to things around them. It is a lot like spatial reasoning. says Mr. Chadha.
Intel supporting Navodaya Vidyalaya schools
Ashutosh Chadha, India Education Manager, Intel India. believes that Students must be armed with 21st century skills that will ensure greater employability and economic prosperity.
He said that in the community area space, Intel provide training for underprivileged youth in the 8-16 age bracket that aims to make them effective communicators and do research in their own small way without even having gone to school.
Intel is doing this in Mamallapuram in Kerela with the Navodaya Vidyalaya schools.