Peyton LaFrenz is a local MN high school equestrian, who greatly enjoys sharing her horse-riding stories. In this RE@L Student Corner™ Blog post, she tells the social media world how her passion and her use of technology has made a unique impact on her and many followers, wherever they are. Like many students who share what they’ve learned
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Students can teach us educators how to better educate. They can also teach themselves how to better learn. They can even teach a President of the United States why effective technologies need to be in K12 classrooms everywhere….computers, mobile devices and software that makes a student think and learn. But, first both students and
RE@L is pleased to announce another newspaper feature on RE@L’s Learning Products Mission team. Major articles have been published on MECC and RE@L by our local major newspapers, the Twin Cities area Star Tribune and the Twin Cities area Pioneer Press (see links on those stories by clicking the two graphics below).
Imagine a new way to learn, with a new space for learning in our schools. Inside, find team-rooms instead of classrooms. Outside, you will find real-world problems like safe drinking water. There’s a poem many of us studied in school called “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” with a famous line: “Water,
Our RE@LBlog RePost focuses directly on our upcoming STEM software product on reducing all student nicotine use. What do science and mathematics tell us about tobacco use? RE@L and its partner Moai Technologies will be releasing this coming school year a new software product that features RE@L’s innovative learning activities that work. Click on the graphic to