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RE@LBlog readers are greatly pleased to bring to our many readers what’s now known as a “Happy Better New Year.” We believe you will find our forthcoming series of blogs a useful gift to all schools and teachers. Thanks to all those teachers who work with middle school students, and help those who vape, smoke, want to quit,
“1Up On Vaping” is taking down teen nicotine by giving middle school students the tools they need to make healthy decisions about vaping and nicotine use. Teen e-cig use has reached epidemic proportions. More information on the best way to stop it is to educate students in ways they’ll understand, respect and remember. “1Up On Vaping” combines graphic
MINNPOST is a local online news-link here in Minnesota and beyond. Reporter Greta Kaul wrote a fine story on MINNPOST.com last year. The title was: “Almost 50 years ago, Oregon Trail™ revolutionized educational software. Can the game’s creators do it again?” It’s a great question. It’s now exactly 49 years since Oregon Trail. And RE@L has a positive response: “YES!”
RE@L extends Thanksgiving well-wishes this year to all those who have served so many. Among them are: healthcare workers, teachers, students, parents….all who help those in need. There are many more! There is much to be thankful for this holiday, even in the midst of COVID-19. Healthcare personnel work day and night to serve and save those
The last RE@LBlog left our many readers with this question, begging a very important answer: “Does 1Up On Vaping™” really work? Good question indeed! The answer you will find below is that virtually ALL of her students were excited to learn more about the dangers of vaping….every last one of them! Read below for the rest of our 1Up On Vaping™ story from
RE@LBlog is pleased to bring another teacher interview to our K12 readers. Our interview, with Lucinda Ranney continues to explore the effectiveness of using our new anti-vaping RE@L-LearningProduct “1Up On Vaping.™” Thanks to Lodi, WI middle-school teacher, Lucinda Ranney for agreeing to this interview with Tacy Mangan, RE@L Consultant. Many teachers who are looking for relevant
Yes! Needed Everywhere Are the New Tools for Each Teacher and New Tools for Each Student! Here’s our Part 2 RE@L-Interview, the rest of our recent interview with health teacher Rebecca Main on RE@L’s “1Up On Vaping™.” To see Part 1 of the first interview with Rebecca, click here. Here’s Part 2: RE@LInterview Don Rawitsch (RE@L Executive VP, Product Development):
RE@L is pleased to present an interview with local teacher, Rebecca Main, about her recent experiences with online/onsite learning in her school. Rebecca helped our RE@L team produce our “1Up On Vaping” video resources for teachers. Many of Ms. Main’s students are very motivated and able to learn in these modes. But, many more learners may need help! Teachers are
Everywhere, teachers are starting a new and extremely challenging school year. This new school year all educators face many new challenges for themselves and for their students. All those who teach are in need of effective resources for both onsite and online teaching and learning. Added to these K12 challenges are many statewide concerns about the continued spread of vaping among our many middle school students.