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    What REEA Means To Me?

    WHAT REEA MEANS TO ME? By Andy Brown, ME, DTM, GSI, DREI-Candidate

    When I look back at the twists and turns in my life, is very clear to me that I unknowingly stepped on to a path of becoming an instructor over 35 years ago. Your own life’s details are fascinating to you but not so much to anyone else. Regardless, here I am today, a full-time real estate licensing school owner and instructor.

    On the surface, my wife Pam Matera and I stumbled upon the Climer School of Real Estate. Underneath, it was an inevitable moment of opportunity at the right place at the right time. Every day, every minute, we work to make the most of this opportunity.

    What I discovered is that there is a lot of competition from individuals who do not have what I call, “the heart and soul of instructor”. They think its easy money. When we bought the school, we ...

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    Obtaining My DREI

    Obtaining my DREI "Distinguished Real Estate Instructor" is the single best thing I have ever done regarding my professional career in teaching real estate. The knowledge obtained from going through the DREI program is invaluable.

    Items such as handling student questions ...

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    INCREASING REAL ESTATE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT WITH TECHNOLOGY

    INCREASING REAL ESTATE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT WITH TECHNOLOGY

    By: Bruce Moyer, DREI, 2018-2019 REEA President

    Imagine standing in front of a room full of American students. Now imagine trying to teach the ins and outs of practicing real estate in the United States in French. There’s a chance a student or two might have completed a few years of French class in high school. But for the most part, even if you clearly give them all of the ...

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    Real-World Ways to Enhance Real Estate Learning with Technology

    Real-World Ways to Enhance Real Estate Learning with Technology

    By:  Theresa Barnabei, Course Creators

    Technology has had a huge impact on the real estate industry. Therefore, we cannot deny it has impacted our classrooms as well. For those instructors who have longevity in the industry, you can easily admit that how you taught has changed in just the past two years, let alone the past five, ten, fifteen or ...

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    How I Went From Being A One Person School To A Market Leader. All Thanks to REEA

    How I Went From Being A One Person School To A Market Leader. All Thanks to REEA.

    The year after REEA was started, a fellow instructor in Kansas City called me and asked if I was interested in attending a REEA conference. I responded affirmatively and that was what gave me the opportunity to meet the people that taught me how to actually have a successful career in real estate education.

    I met national speakers that were willing to teach me how to speak. I ...

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    A Day in the Life of an Ed Director

    A Day in the Life of an Ed Director

    Fight traffic, find a less congested short cut and arrive at the office by 8:30am, craving coffee. Wonderful...Someone made coffee and it’s ready. Oh joy.

    Stop by my assistant’s desk to see the day’s calendar. We have a great facility with three formal classrooms that run 9:00am to 10:00pm, good only 4 classes today. One in the morning, one in the evening and one all day. With about 100 students in ...

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    What I've Learned Since I've Been Teaching

    Listen to REEA Member Travis Everette as he shares his tips and tools on;

    • Don't Blame The Fish
    • Tools in the Classroom
    • Overcoming Your Own ...
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