Folks, we found this on the internet recently, and forward to it to you without comment, because none is needed. Here’s what you need to know about teaching Kindergarten: Any thoughts or comments? Click on the RE@L Blue Globe below. Thanks! Thanks to: The Fairfield-Suisun Unified Teachers Association Please email your comments
Last week we published a flash Mob video of a group of West Des Moines teachers at their opening school meeting and suddently breaking into a powerful song from the musical, “Les Miserables.” It spoke to how important it is for us educators to be ready and able to serve these young student who are returning
Happy New School Year to all you teachers and educators out there! Yes, it’s another chance to do it even better! Speaking of that, here’s a lesson in betterment, courtesy of some very brave, committed teachers in West Des Moines, Iowa. Watch it by clicking on their photo at the right, and don’t forget to select
Terrific story today in the Alexandria MN “Echo Press” newspaper about former Guest Blogger Al Schmidt who works at the Minnesota Department of National Resources (DNR) out of Glenwood, MN. Al is involved in another DNR project that helps kids find out more about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, as we
RE@L has posted many a Blog in recent months on the topic of STEM. What’s all the fuss about STEM, you wonder? Well, consider this: STEM careers in 2013 were 20 percent of all jobs in the U.S., and will be growing by an astounding 17 percent more by 2018. (Brookings Foundation citation). The big
The amount of money being spent on the learning of our students today is mind-boggling. The cost of more and more research and the largely ineffective policy making is no small sack of potatoes, either. But, nothing much today rivals the amount of wasted energy and time and money being spent on largely useless standardized testing. RE@L
We who teach are well aware of the fact that EdTech has become the most trusted teaching/learning tool a teacher has these days. No, it doesn’t solve all the problems of better learning, but it sure can help. But, how do we use it best in the classroom, and outside, too? Finding that answer is no simple task.
Welcomes…. We at RE@L welcome Kyle Fruen to our RE@L Team! Kyle brings both talent and experience to RE@L’s Mission of designing, developing and providing software applications that better serve K12 learners and teachers. Welcome aboard, Kyle! Here’s Kyle’s Self-Introduction…. ====== My name is Kyle Harrison Fruen. I’m pleased to serve as the new Director of Business Development-Southwest Region at RE@L Inc.
If you need a reminder of what got this RE@L serial blog on Equal Access all started take a quick look at PART ONE, recently published on our RE@L blog site. It’s worth your read! Maybe even reading it again! Just click on the RED link above. Here’s what’s happening in Minnesota to address the needed equity
The RE@L Blog! July 4, 2015 EQUAL ACCESS TO LEARNING FOR EACH LEARNER! If you listen carefully, you can hear them.They are the voices of 55 million students. They come from the over 2.5 million classrooms of over 130,000 schools. They are asking for our help so they can learn. They say:”What about me?” “ “What about