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 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

Adjunct Teaching Part 3

During the semester be sure to take attendance each class, know when midterm and final grades are due, and communicate with your students and their college advisors should you see any student start falling behind. Some colleges students have assigned mentors and the college may have specific notification form. Most importantly, do not share any… Continue reading Adjunct Teaching Part 3

Teacher Off Duty

I am excited this semester is done, as it means summer is finally here! It’s has been a crazy extra long semester with no breaks due to covid. I taught both remotely and on campus for three different local colleges. I pray for all of my students to do well on their finals exams. May… Continue reading Teacher Off Duty

Education Matters

Education should matter more. Our government should help college students who have large students loans. It’s one thing to delay the repayment, but the outrageous interest rate delays college students from getting out of debt. The second reason is the amount of money it costs to attend college in the first place. While federal students… Continue reading Education Matters

Dual Authentication

Dual factor authentication is fast becoming the new normal in order to log onto computer networks. Unfortunately, we cannot trust everyone to use computers and the internet for good. Our schools, banks, and companies need to ensure the safety of their computer systems and their data. Therefore, certain security measures must be considered, purchased, and… Continue reading Dual Authentication

Be Prepared

Prepare your work outside; get everything ready for yourself in the field, and after that build your house - Proverbs 24:17. Like the verse above, God suggests that we preplan, so when He calls us we’re ready. In regards to teaching I have started to build my course material this month for the Fall 2020.… Continue reading Be Prepared

IBM AI for Kids

Do you need a super cool website for your children to learn from? Be sure to check out a IBM AI for Kids website. It has some really neat technology videos for children to learn all about Artificial Intelligence and how AI helps us every day. There are interactive activities, too. The best part is… Continue reading IBM AI for Kids

Snow in May?!

Like snow in summer or rain in harvest, so honor is not fitting for a fool. Proverbs 26:1 It is snowing in NY in middle of May. We just had beautiful 60 degree sunny weather yesterday. We expect the transition of seasons to be normal, but this year so far from it. However, no matter… Continue reading Snow in May?!

The Case of the Disappearing Student

Not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. Hebrews 10:25. Students greatly miss campus life, friends, and fun. Many students are fearing the uncertainty of the rest of their educational journey, as well as, what is the… Continue reading The Case of the Disappearing Student