Happy New Year To All Our Readers From RE@L! We, ALL of Us, Have Another Year, And Another Chance To Do It Even Better!

happy-new-year-fireworks-holiday-background-design-65648415RE@L sends greetings to all our readers and followers for a great Holiday and even better New Year!

We’ve all worked hard this past year to make good things happen, no matter what we do. That’s why you’re reading this!

We, your RE@L Bloggers, pledge to keep our focus on “What Works And What Still Needs Working On,” and spreading the  word.

Having been around a few New Year’s greetings ourselves, we know there are many more of the latter questions than the answers!


Our New Year’s RE@L resolution is to continue to bring you:

  • An array of topical, timely RE@L blogs on EdTech and STEM, 
  • Reviews of other insightful bloggers and pioneering leaders,
  • Helpful Case Studies and Results from experienced, passionate educators 

Turn Good Ideas Into Action!

Thanks to EACH of YOU for being a follower of our RE@L Blog, our Facebook page and our Twitter feed!

Our promise to our RE@L readers is more of the same, only better.

Happy New and Better Year To All!

From Dale and Tom

Your RE@L Co-Blogmeisters

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Tom King and Dale LaFrenz

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Tom King & Dale LaFrenz

Dr. Tom King has served for over 40 years as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Saint Thomas in the School of Education. The Saturn School of Tomorrow, formerly a St. Paul Public School, and his visionary response to educational reform, was a lighthouse on the frontier of school change. Tom was an experienced high school teacher of mathematics, a school administrator, and Director of Technology for the St. Paul MN Public Schools. He is also a member of the RE@L Team. Dr. Dale LaFrenz is Chairman of RE@L and one of the founders of MECC Software who brought “Oregon Trail” to millions of K12 kids everywhere. He has written extensively on the history and evolution of Ed Tech. His work in forging new paths for MECC’S “edutainment" software was instrumental in connecting school-markets, kids, teachers and consumer-markets/kids/parents, and now serves as the new launching pad for RE@L apps and software.