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

Be Prepared

Prepare your work outside; get everything ready for yourself in the field, and after that build your house - Proverbs 24:17. Like the verse above, God suggests that we preplan, so when He calls us we’re ready. In regards to teaching I have started to build my course material this month for the Fall 2020.… Continue reading Be Prepared

When God calls you

The one who calls you is faithful, and he will do it ~ 1 Thessalonians 5:24. When God calls you how do you answer? Have you ever felt God’s calling on your life? How do you answer God? Do you run to God or do you flee? Are you afraid to say yes to God,… Continue reading When God calls you

God is Great!

We often hear God is good and all the time He is good, especially when things are going well in are lives. Why do we toss God aside when things are bad or forget to give God credit He deserves? I find it absolutely amazing that God even created us and that He wakes each… Continue reading God is Great!

Reflections

Do you reflect at the end of the year to see if you've met any of your goals? Do you find yourself asking as to what did you accomplished vs. what you didn't. With the New Year around the corner, it's a good time to ponder what else do you want out of life. For… Continue reading Reflections

What’s the Right Question?

Yesterday I attended a teacher conference at Mercy College. The guest speaker was Andrew Minigan from Right Questions Institution.org We did a fun group activity to learn how to ask the right questions as a teacher to their students. We learned to ask both closed short answer questions and open ended questions in order to… Continue reading What’s the Right Question?

Cengage Mindtap Training

This summer I am studying how to use Cengage Mindtap for my Fall technology courses. It's a new online training platform for teaching MS-Office 2019. This new platform also works with Blackboard classroom software. I find Mindtap relatively easy to use, but I need to get use to that lack of a student view, that… Continue reading Cengage Mindtap Training

5 Things to do on Spring Break

Yes, Spring Break is finally here and as a student or an adjunct teacher like myself, you might on a tight budget. While catching up on sleep is important, there are other things in life you can do without breaking the bank. Here are 5 things you can do on Spring Break: Go hiking up… Continue reading 5 Things to do on Spring Break

Windows 10

For week 2, we discussed different types of operating systems. We reviewed the features of Windows 10 along with file management. Students need to know how to personalize their computer. We covered Windows 10’s new features like Microsoft Edge and Microsoft Cortana. Next, the class started learning the basics of MS-Word 2016 and mastered the… Continue reading Windows 10

Baseball Legend #42

Friday night, I had the awesome privilege and honor to dine right next to the newest inductee to the Baseball Hall of Fame Mariano Rivera #42 Yankee Pitcher and his wife. They had just finished up visiting Cooperstown, NY. It turns out they like to eat at Cracker Barrel in Fishkill, NY. Mariano Rivera seems… Continue reading Baseball Legend #42