Summer Teaching in Prison

Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering - Hebrews 13:3 NIV. As an adjunct professor, it is hard to find summer teaching jobs at local colleges. Because unless your tenured teacher the availability of working is… Continue reading Summer Teaching in Prison

Finding The Key Part 1

Listening to the Session 3 podcast, which is listed below is about Finding the Key to a successful marriage. The group leaders covered the scriptures that covered how each of us should walk with God, as well as, how to be a either a godly husband or wife. We need to learn what each other’s… Continue reading Finding The Key Part 1

A Culture Of Respect

Yesterday, I completed Title IV training in order to teach this coming semester. I especially liked that the training mentioned the phrase “a culture of respect”, as it is defined as “where diversity is valued, where individuals feel that their contributions are recognized and acknowledged, and finally, a culture where expectations regarding behaviour are clearly… Continue reading A Culture Of Respect

Back to the Basics vs. Woke Cirriculum

In the news, there has been a lot of controversy over “WOKE” curriculum and what should be taught to today’s youth. In my opinion, Yes, we should cover the definition of the issues that create bias, identity, gender inequality, racism, stereotypes, and violence. As educators, we need to encourage anti-racism, diversity, and inclusion early on,… Continue reading Back to the Basics vs. Woke Cirriculum

NRA Basics Instructors Course

Yes, I am all signed up to take the NRA Basic Instructors Course at Whortlekill Rod and Gun Club in June. If I pass the range part, then I will be a certified instructor for teaching about how to properly use small firearms and to safely maintaining their firearms for their next time on the… Continue reading NRA Basics Instructors Course

Old Glory

Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 This Memorial weekend, I give honor to my beloved father who actively served in the United States Army. I do this by placing his American flag outside our house. He was very patriotic and he also loved… Continue reading Old Glory

Media 101 Week 10

This week’s Media class is learning about the history of advertising and how persuasive images are used to convince others to purchase products and services. The actual barter trading system has been in play since the beginning of time. Centuries later, persuasive advertising is still happening. It quickly expanded digitally via the internet and sometimes… Continue reading Media 101 Week 10

3 Ways To Be A Better Professor

The news recently reported that there is a huge rise in the number of suicide, self harm, and missing students due to the pandemic. Issues students are faced with: feelings of anxiety from being isolated, having to go for frequent covid testing, struggling with learning remotely, or even grieving the loss of a loved one… Continue reading 3 Ways To Be A Better Professor

A King’s Vision

While yesterday our country celebrated Martin Luther King holiday. I like to share a family story that nobody likes to remember, just like this past year. A few years ago, I had the honor and privilege to learned about my extended family and their experienced with the civil rights movement. It took place in July… Continue reading A King’s Vision

Fall 2020 Week 6

We all live with the objective of being happy: our lives are all different and yet the same.” – Anne Frank This week my classes at Marist College will be reviewing for midterms. My Digital Toolbox students will be restoring an antique photo of a soldier. We shall discuss the elements of design, as a… Continue reading Fall 2020 Week 6