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).
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
Our RE@LBlog readers know that we are dedicated to bringing our now over half-million+ visitors more encouraging reports on more STEM activities in K12. We’ve had dozens of our own blogs and many guest blogs from both teachers and students on STEM topics from aviation to our soon–to-be released Water Quality Investigation software product….just
A RE@L Reprint! Here’s a helpful “end of the school year blog” this week by RE@L guest-blogger, Anne Jolly. It brought to mind that Nat King Cole standard that some of us may still recall: “Roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer….Dust off the sun and moon and sing a song of cheer.” Please note
Tom Whitby writes a fine and focused, albeit lengthy blog in his most recent release: “What is the Goal of Education.” Mr. Whitby has been blogging for many years and has many followers. He has written many pertinent and helpful educational blogs. Teachers have found them pertinent in improving their craft and improving
Your RE@LBloggers chanced upon this fine blog from Learners Edge: 7 Steps for Keeping Students Engaged After Spring Break. If you elementary teachers out there are looking for projects that your students will both enjoy and remember here’s some great ideas from Marcee Harris. If you are a secondary teacher, many of her suggestions will
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Our RE@L Thinking-Caps are tipped to Contributing Editor, Benjamin Herold, for his column in a recent issue of the EdWeek Newsletter. EdWeek provides a regular listing of various and relevant education articles. Joining is free. Click here for their most recent issue. Author Herold reminded us that in 6 quick years we’ve gone from a meager percent
RE@L presents a timely Mini-Blog for our many busy readers. Our selected topic this week is “Systemic-Change.” We all realize that positive change is essential for positive results. But, for positive change to become lasting change, it must positively affect the entire system. The catalyst to make that happen is known as “systemic change,”…. a change which both infects