Last week, courtesy of The Tulane University School of Social Work, our RE@L Blog brought you Part Two of a Three-Part Resource Guide on the topic : “What is Cyberbullying?” Click the graphic at the left to read Part Two if you missed it. We now bring you Part Three on CyberBullying, the remaining segment of our
Last week, courtesy of The Tulane University School of Social Work, our RE@L Blog brought you Part One of of a Three-Part Resource Guide on the topic CyberBullying: “What is Cyberbullying?” Click the graphic at the left to read Part One if you missed it. Our readers discovered that this Cyberbullying blight across our K12 communities
Isaiah the Prophet wrote this biblical prophecy almost 3,000 years ago: “And He shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. (Isaiah 2:4).” More peace was needed in the world way back then.
To our many loyal RE@L readers, to those more recent and to our many new followers, we send a hearty “Season’s Greetings to All!” Short of calling it our only Mission Statement, our RE@L Blog focus has always been about finding, promoting and sharing more ways for more of our K12 kids to learn even more. Plus, as our
It’s been awhile since we’ve seen the coding issue get so much attention in K12 classrooms. Maybe it’s caused by a lot more steam in the STEM movement. Nonetheless, more and more students and teachers are now expressing interest in how to make computers and mobile devices like iPads follow their own coding instructions. Why? There’s a real sense of
What do we have to be thankful for this Thanksgiving holiday? It’s true that many of us have a lot. Yet, we all know some have too little. As caring teachers, we need to work on that disparity. Sharing was a lesson first taught to the Pilgrims by the Native Americans on our country’s “first” Thanksgiving.
EdTech has been around for almost 50 years in classrooms everywhere. Computers were worming their way into the business world everywhere. Why not the K12 educational world, too? The answer to that vexing question is still being sought. The classroom computer back then made most teachers highly uncomfortable. The computer gurus saw it differently: After all, if the
RE@L is pleased to bring to our many K12 EdTech Readers, Part Two of a comprehensive guide to STEM resources for teachers, students and parents. We are grateful to the online graduate extension resources of Norwich.edu and the assistance of blog writer Amber Harris. This well-written STEM Guide report will be useful to teachers everywhere who are exploring STEM instruction
Our RE@L Blog site and webpage topped 200,000 visitors on November 1, thanks to readers like you! We are grateful to each and all of you many visitors. We hope to add many more new readers in coming months with more exciting annoucements from RE@L We at RE@L promise to bring you more, current K12
Trick or treat numbers are on the decline they say. Either kids today are choosing better snacks or they already have plenty of access to to remedies for their sweet tooth. We remember that our Halloween sojourn was the only day in the year when we could have enough candy to get a stomach ace, and still have