Let’s start our RE@LBlog where we left off last time: RE@L remains committed to an ancient Roman motto that’s still popular today: “Sans mens in sana corpore.” Translated it means a healthy mind requires a healthy body. And, vice-versa, translated means it works both ways! It’s imperative that our students know what keeps a body healthy, and
There’s an old saying that “Where’s there’s smoke there’s fire.” In today’s tobacco-driven world, there’s an equally worrisome warning: “Where there’s tobacco smoke there’s trouble ahead! Vaping too!” Many share these concerns and now more than ever. Regrettably, many of our children aren’t worried at all. Why? Kids say their friends smoke and vape. We’re young and have a whole life ahead
RE@L VP Don Rawitsch tells our readers about the rest of the RE@LPortal™ story: “Our RE@L customers will be able to access this new host of resources via the RE@L STEM Portal. The RE@LPortal provides access to a host of new opportunities and resources for both teachers and students. Note the graphics provided for Phase One of our
RE@L’S TEACHERS CORNER WITH TODD LAFRENZ “Here are some thoughts from our summer travels and adventures into a new school year. Hope these recollection are helpful to you teachers out there as you begin your school year. Now that your bodies and minds are recharged, it is time to start thinking about the coming school
An interview “blast from our RE@L past” and one worth your watching on our RE@LBlog! Recently, WCCO-TV reporter, John Lauritsen, along with MECC Founder, Dale LaFrenz, tells viewers the story of Oregon Trail™ and how it “immersed” K12 learners back in those bygone days. Click on the white arrow above. Students who played Oregon
Within the next few weeks, the doors of our many schools will be opening again. We at RE@L see this as another opportunity to “make learning even better than last year.” There will be many more productive tools of teaching and learning provided our new RE@L-Time Portal™. These new tools will enhance all our STEM Investigation products. We
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).