We conclude BELOW with Part 2 of our RE@L Blog on the effectiveness of 1:1 mobile devices in the the classroom, as seen by local teacher, Kristine Wyandt. To read Part 1 of this unique perspective, click HERE. RE@L: How did you go about evaluating and selecting the apps for the iPads? How do you integrate them into
In the past, your RE@L Bloggers have questioned the wisdom of our schools buying expensive technologies before they know exactly what they are going to do with it. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent in the last couple of years on school district 1:1 mobile devices, usually iPads, without a game plan on how to use it,
May this New Year bring all of us exciting new treks and trails, filled with new opportunities to learn and to share! This wish for the new year started for us here at RE@L recently while reading a weekly editorial known as “Opinuendo” in the St. Paul (MN) Pioneer Press a week ago Christmas Eve. See
Welcome to the World of RE@L: Real Experiences at Life The Opportunity Here’s a recent prediction about STEM from James Brown, Executive Director of the STEM Education Coalition in Washington, D.C (2014). “The future of the economy is in STEM. That’s where the jobs of tomorrow will be. Data from the U.S.
This week RE@L is pleased to bring you several insightful excerpts from a recent blog by Karen Cator, published in LinkedIn.com. Titled “Honoring the Ingenuity of Girls,” Ms. Cator’s article helps readers understand the critical importance of the roles that women play in STEM careers, and why now is the time to do something about it.