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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
As the old saying goes, “Read it and weep!” The”Impossible Achievement Gap” lives on and on and on. Why? It’s impossible! See the RE@L story by clicking on the graphic below. Each year thousands of new school leaders, take the reins of a K12 school district or a school, while promising to erase the indelible
Years ago, in my K12 teaching days, our school district had a computer supervisor who, when asked if computers would ever replace teachers, responded with the comment in the headline you just read above. It’s still true. Computers and all related K12 ed-tech devices are still teaching tools. Teachers still teach. But to teach in today’s high-tech world they need
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
Celebrate With Us At RE@LBlog! A half-million visitors can’t be wrong… RE@LBlog has now reached a half-mega-milestone of 500,000 visitors to our RE@L Homepage™ and RE@LBlogsite™. It’s a cause for celebration! Yes, RE@LBlog readers, in our years of blogging we now have a half million visitors to our RE@LBlog Site! We are proud to have so many visitors! More importantly, we trust we have