Web Design Week 12

This week’s web design class will be learning how to add social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat, TikTok, and Twitter, to a website. Each team will be asked to include at least two media sites into their nonprofit site. Social media marketing can benefit a website, as it helps usually increases traffic back… Continue reading Web Design Week 12

Web Design Week 9

This week in Web Design students will learn about Media queries and how they help responsive designer format a web page no matter what screen is used. We will be diving into tables and forms, so data can be both captured and display as readable information. One example of forms is to obtain customer email… Continue reading Web Design Week 9

Text Editors & FTP Apps

Since I am teaching the same web design course for 3 colleges this semester I need to make sure certain programs work. Obviously, each college has a computer lab that is different from other. Tonight’s art class explored Text editors and File Transfer Protocol applications in the Marist College’s Steel Plant Mac lab. Part of… Continue reading Text Editors & FTP Apps

Web Design Course

I am have been on my computer setting up a new web design course to use on 3 different LMS platforms. It seems like I have to come full circle from teaching technology to hopefully teaching my actual major, which was web strategy and design. I have been asked by a few local colleges teach… Continue reading Web Design Course

Critical Race Theory

In the news again today is the issue of Critical Race Theory (CRT). Glad to see parents are finally taking a stand against CRT by not having it taught in schools. We do not need to teach children to judge others by the color of their skin. Teachers need to be able to focus on… Continue reading Critical Race Theory

Firearm Safety and Security

Today, I am prepping this week for my NRA Basic Instructor’s course by reviewing what the basic safety and security rules for firearms. The top 5 basic rules for any gun owner are the following: Always treat any firearm as if it were loaded, so don’t rely on the firearm’s safety lock to be on.… Continue reading Firearm Safety and Security

The 2nd Amendment

As an American citizen, each of us has the Constitutional right to bear arms as per the 2nd Amendment, but we also need to be responsible when using firearms. The news is continuing to report more shootings than ever before. The other stigma is that everyone who owns a gun is bad, which is definitely… Continue reading The 2nd Amendment

Creating a Lesson Plan

As an adjunct Professor, you will need to create a tentative lesson plan for your course syllabus. I say tentative because anything can happen, ie. we just seen a pandemic rearrange our entire schedules. Depending on the textbook you choose, some authors provide a outline for lessons with assignments that correspond with each chapter. Most… Continue reading Creating a Lesson Plan

Interested in Adjunct Teaching? Part 1

Once you have completed your masters degree you can teach at any college or university. I often get asked, “Where to start as an adjunct teacher?” Here’s how to become an adjunct teacher: Prior to searching for teaching job have the following information: a cover letter, a current resume, a copy of your original college… Continue reading Interested in Adjunct Teaching? Part 1

Have a Blessed Mother’s Day!

To all the mom’s out there Happy Mother’s Day!Here are two digital media links that I like to around this time, in remembrance of my beloved Mom. The 1st link is one of my Dad’s last sermons where he gives honor to his beloved wife, our mom and his Mom, our grandmothers. All three were… Continue reading Have a Blessed Mother’s Day!