This week in my Media Theory class we are finishing up with the textbook. We will be discussing the fallacies found when doing research and how to put a research paper all together. For homework, students will be asked to write a course reflection paper. Students will continue working on their final research paper, which… Continue reading Media Theory Week 13
‘Well done, my good servant!’ his master replied. ‘Because you have been trustworthy in a very small matter, take charge of ten cities.’ Luke 19:17. We decided to start the New Year with virtual church because of the increased cases of covid and omnicron going around. It is better to stay safe then to risk… Continue reading Honor GOD!
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
Today’s Sunday Service was from the last book of the Bible, which is Revelation where John the Apostle describes the rapture of the church. The end times are real and coming soon. God’s Word is true, as we know the history of what has happened has already has come true. For example, Israel came back… Continue reading God’s Final Invitation
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
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
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
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
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
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!