Web Design Week 7

This week my web design students learned about mobile first strategy and why it is important to start with the smallest screen device and work your way up to a desktop screen when designing a website. The class has the opportunity to create a mobile site this week as homework, so they explored the necessary… Continue reading Web Design Week 7

Be Not Afraid

Do not be afraid of them; the LORD your God himself will fight for you - Deuteronomy 3:22. Did you know the phrase “Fear Not” phrase is found throughout the Bible 365 times? God tells us specifically not to be afraid of anything. Why is this? It is human nature to be scared at some… Continue reading Be Not Afraid

Finding The Key Part 2

Continuing to listen to Session 4 podcast called Finding the Key Part 2 today. We are walk in light and love by following Jesus. These days things are a bit corrupt, so we need to wise with what we are doing especially in marriage. Recap: Part 1 covered ways to meet each other’s needs. God… Continue reading Finding The Key Part 2

Gun Safety vs. Gun Violence

Two huge issues these days are gun safety and gun violence. The crime rate has risen greatly in the Portland area and other urban cities. First off, not everyone who owns a firearm is a criminal. Yet, because criminals often use a gun to act out violently, firearms in turn get a bad rap. For… Continue reading Gun Safety vs. Gun Violence

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

Creating a Class Syllabus

As a college professor, you will need to know how to create a class syllabus for each course you will be teaching. What is a class syllabus, what should be listed on it, and why do we need on? A class syllabus is a guide created by the professor for students to review what course… Continue reading Creating a Class Syllabus

The Missing Puzzle Piece

But concerning that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father only. Matthew 24:36 Today, is National Puzzle Day! Who doesn’t like putting puzzles together? At an early age we are taught to fit pieces into place. For some it’s easier than others. It usually… Continue reading The Missing Puzzle Piece

Fuzzies Wuzzies

Today, I decided to blog another funny story about our beloved puppies. About three years ago my Dad was in a local nursing home for recovering after having extensive brain surgery and so he could have physical therapy to help him get back in his feet. Obviously, this was also way before any covid restrictions… Continue reading Fuzzies Wuzzies

Be Gracious

This morning, I woke to see the vote tallies are obviously showing the American people want Biden as President. We know that President Trump will not leave without a fight. While I don’t blame him after all that is his style, but there also comes a time to be a gracious loser and bow out… Continue reading Be Gracious

Learning Moodle

This week I am learning Moodle, which is an open source learning platform like Blackboard for teachers and students. Luckily, MSMC offers online Moodle training courses for new staff. Moodle also integrates with other packages like Zoom and Cengage Mindtap, which both are used to teach technology virtually. Cengage has added 3 new chapters to… Continue reading Learning Moodle