Here at RE@L, we are building a new link between the Oregon Trail of old and RE@L’s new, still on the drawing board product code named, “InTime Simulations.” You think Oregon Trail was fun 40 years ago, hang around to see what’s coming next from RE@L. Read on. Even The Atlantic Online Magazine™ is excited about our coming trend-setter, too!
U.S. graduation rates reached a historic high of over 80 percent in 2012—an increase of about 8 percent over the past decade, says “America’s Promise Alliance.” In a recent report from the Center for Promise (click here) you’ll find some interesting statistics. Here’s a quote from their report: “ We’ve made improvements, but we’re still left with
“Sys-STEM-ic Change THE RE@L WAY, Part Two” Don Rawitsch, Guest Bloger Editors Note: Thanks to our RE@L colleague, Don Rawitsch, for his response to the question we recently asked in our previous blog, “Building Up Steam for STEM – The RE@L Way! – Part One. Here Don responds to the hanging questions about Systemic Changes and educational
The US of A is at it again – still trying to reform more education for today and tomorrow. We continue trying to find more ways to address the learning needs of kids everywhere. Not just the college-bound, but kids everywhere, boys and girls, younger and older. Among the many efforts is STEM (Science, Teachnology,
OK, all you former “Oregon Trail Trekkers” from generations gone by! LISTEN UP! We know you’re out there. Like us, you know it’s time to revisit our Trails-Past. Much has been learned on the OT, and more is yet to be learned. And we are not just talking dysentery, here!! Hitch up! A new trek is
Do you remember Tyler? You may have seen some pictures of my Grandson Tyler these past few weeks. He is now 7 years old and in second grade. He mentioned lately that, after this great summer vacation, his number skills needed a little working on. They were not what they were in June when school
Resolving the achievement differences among our diverse K12 learners is so like a catacomb that well-meaning reformers hardly know where to begin. They’ve all got hold of a huge, lumbering pachyderm and, being dragged along, are unable to change direction, period. Tugging won’t do it for the pachyderm-reformers, and neither will the iPads alone do it for