South Of The Border

It has been 6 months and no one from the new Presidency has visited the southern border. Finally, they are going this Friday to figure out what can be done to stop the surge of illegal aliens from entering the United States. But why on earth is the VP only going to El Paso, TX,… Continue reading South Of The Border

Run, Hide, Fight

Unfortunately, gun violence is on the rise, as it is happening everywhere not just in colleges or schools, but also in shopping malls and movie theaters across our country. Did you know that there are approximately 120 gun deaths a day reported in the United States this year alone? (Source: worldpopulationreview.com). Today, I wanted to… Continue reading Run, Hide, Fight

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

Media 101 Week 13

This week’s Media class is learning about media methods and theories. Students are discovering the difference between quantitative and qualitative research tools used for collecting and analyzing data on a topic. The class discussed several different communication models that apply to media and how they evolved throughout history. Students realized the importance of delivering the… Continue reading Media 101 Week 13

IBM Digital Health Pass

I definitely foresee the new IBM Digital Health Pass on every college campuses, as this new digitally secure card technology will track whether a person’s medical records or in this case if staff, students, and teachers have been vaccinated for the covid virus. Here is the link to read about how IBM Watson Health and… Continue reading IBM Digital Health Pass

Fall 2020 Week 15

Yes, we are in the home stretch of the semester as finals are next week. My Marist College technology students had the opportunity to play Jeopardy as a review for their up coming final exam. They are completing their resume videos. My digital toolbox students are finishing up their videos projects, writing a reflection paper… Continue reading Fall 2020 Week 15

Fall 2020 Week 14

My Marist Digital Toolbox students are finishing up their two minute Adobe Premiere Rush video project and a course reflection paper. My technology class isn’t meeting this week due to holiday schedule. They’re are working on creating portfolio video resumes. My MSMC students will not be meeting this week due to the college is running… Continue reading Fall 2020 Week 14

Fall 2020 Week 13

I was coughing all weekend, had a headache 3 days straight, so I went for Covid-19 test yesterday. Unfortunately, I can’t go back on campus until I get negative results. So rest of this week I am to teach remotely. I don’t want to share germs with my students either. Status of my classes: Technology… Continue reading Fall 2020 Week 13

Start Here. Go Far!

Hi, my name is Professor Sandra Wisor and I am an adjunct college professor for several college campuses. In 2019, I applied to SUNY Ulster Community College to teach technology for Hudson Link For Higher Education in Prisons. This decision has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. Because of the connections I made… Continue reading Start Here. Go Far!