RE@L is pleased to present RE@L VP Don Rawitsch and his insightful Guest Blog answer to a clear and better path for K12 students as they consider STEM Careers. There has been much discussion on the best way to approach this needed change. Don suggests flipping the Educational Levels from “Elementary School to Middle School
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Over 60 years ago IBM was among the first major corporations to hire minority female employees for key engineering computing positions. Much progress has been made! Here’s the story! When President John F. Kennedy announced the U.S. “Man on the Moon” space initiative in 1960, computers were just beginning to leave the labs and enter the
It still takes real teamwork to get things done in K12 learning resources. The MECC teams did just that back in the Oregon Trail™ days. Today our RE@LTeams do the same with our new array of tested LearningProducts™. The past informs the present, they say, and so it is with RE@L. 4o+ years ago, teachers-in-training, Don Rawitsch and Paul Dillenberger, along with
Following up on our last blog by Teacher Todd, we now have a commentary by Student Ellie for our RE@L StudentCorner™. RE@L knows that LearningProduct improvement comes from listening to both teachers and students. Below is a student’s views about vaping and smoking. Students and teachers know best what works for them. They also help make
Our many readers will recall last fall that our RE@L TeacherCorner™ Todd had many helpful suggestions about making a good start to the 2019-2020 school year. Click on Todd’s photo below to see those tips. They remain useful reminders. Since then, many new challenges have faced K12 schools, from sinking test scores to sinking budget balances.