Summer Teaching in Prison

Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering - Hebrews 13:3 NIV. As an adjunct professor, it is hard to find summer teaching jobs at local colleges. Because unless your tenured teacher the availability of working is… Continue reading Summer Teaching in Prison

Media Theory Week 11

My Media Theory class will be covering quantitative methods this week, which include content analysis and surveys. The in-class group activity was to compare 1995 comics to 2015 comics and share the differences. Students were asked to examine the comic strip’s content of the setting, the plot, the facial expressions of characters, types of speech… Continue reading Media Theory Week 11

2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

My God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:19. I hope everyone is enjoying watching the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. I am wishing my folks were here to root for the Americans to medal. Yet, the only thing I can think of is that it’s been… Continue reading 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

It’s A Wrap

It has been a very challenging semester for me, as I was teaching at five different colleges. I am proud of myself that I got to work for Marist, Mercy, MSMC, Pace University, and SUNY Ulster, as they’re such fine academic institutions. All the colleges students did excellent under the strict masked pandemic restrictions. However,… Continue reading It’s A Wrap

Web Design Week 14

It is show and tell time this week for my web design classes. Teams will be presenting their group nonprofit sites that they have feverishly been working on the second half of the semester. The groups have made a tremendous effort to coordinate together even in a pandemic to build site that have meaning and… Continue reading Web Design Week 14

My Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy is to guide students not to fear technology but to embrace it. This form of instruction can be accomplished by being a patient, yet caring teacher. As a professor, I encourage my students to ask and answer critical thinking questions about course content, so that I know they’re not only obtaining knowledge… Continue reading My Teaching Philosophy

Web Design Week 12

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

Web Design Week 11

This week my web design students will be learning about how to incorporate JavaScript into a website. Javascript is used to add interactivity to any website, such as style text differently or ask a user to do some sort of activity on a webpage. The creative interactivity is more appealing to visitors and is often… Continue reading Web Design Week 11

Web Design Week 10

My web design students this week will be learning how to add audio and video using html and css to websites. By adding these new features both their personal and group websites can be more appealing to visitors. The main goal of any website is obviously to create interactive elements to draw more traffic to… Continue reading Web Design Week 10

Web Design Week 9

This week in Web Design students will learn about Media queries and how they help responsive designer format a web page no matter what screen is used. We will be diving into tables and forms, so data can be both captured and display as readable information. One example of forms is to obtain customer email… Continue reading Web Design Week 9