Online Education

Today’s teachers need to be able to connect, communicate, and collaboration with their students online daily. Colleges must have lots of internet bandwidth and a scalable network architecture to handle the load of thousands of users a day. For parents who are new to having your children at home, be sure to take the time… Continue reading Online Education

Jesus is the Cure

This Sunday’s sermon was from Isaiah 59. The Bible verse that stood out to me was verse 21, where God informs us of the His new covenant and that Holy Spirit lives within us. Ever since Adam and Eve were exiled from the Garden of Eden, we live in a fallen world and therefore, we… Continue reading Jesus is the Cure

Tablets in Prisons

Recently, I learned that some N.Y. prisoners now have access to JPay's Lantern tablets. Some people agree that technology is helping behavior of prisoners and some would prefer to restrict inmates from having anything. I like to share the benefits of technology in prisons. It is a proven fact that education reduces recidivism rate. Many… Continue reading Tablets in Prisons

God Reigns

Recently in our town, someone(s) destroyed a huge cross that was always lit. It stood way up on a hill and had been there for many years. At night, the cross could be seen for miles from one of the main highways. Ironically, the destruction of this cross doesn't stop God nor His people. If… Continue reading God Reigns

Never Give Up Hope!

At church, we are studying the Book of Isaiah. One key verse that stood out was Isaiah 40:8, "The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our God endures forever." The Pastor also stated that we should never give up hope, because God is Hope. This is reiterated in Titus 1:2, "In hope… Continue reading Never Give Up Hope!

Information Technology

Does Information Technology excel students learning ability in the classroom? This week discussion forum at Mercy College is based on whether students agree or disagree that Technology either helps or hinders their college education. Students are then asked to review several scholarly articles and include statistics to back up their conclusion. Let's take a look… Continue reading Information Technology

Survived 1st Day

Yes, I survived the 1st day of the semester! I have lots of new students to get to know and new material to teach. Students are getting settled in and they're anxious to learn. So far, despite a few glitches here and there, we are off to a great start. Ways to survive being a… Continue reading Survived 1st Day

Special Memories

Today's happens to be the last class for the summer. I am so grateful for the special opportunity to teach during the summer for Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prisons. I won't forget these teaching memories, because I helped to lower the recidivism rate by teaching inside two NY State Correctional Facilities. This year,… Continue reading Special Memories

Wednesday Wisdom

Recently, I found a new social media hashtag #wednesdaywisdom. I quickly realized it applies to my daily blog. So with today being Wednesday, here are my 'Words of Wisdom' that God has laid on my heart to share with you. Did you know that the word 'wisdom' is found 53 times just in the book… Continue reading Wednesday Wisdom