Spring 2017 semester is over, and I just completed my first year as a four-year university professor (as I previously worked at a two-year college). I am so thankful for the opportunity to grow in a different area of my education career, and so honored to be able to mentor and guide future teachers.
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It has been a BUSY, and an exciting semester. So much has happened, and I could write about so many things, but I will focus on a few highlights of my time for this Fall 2016 Semester Reflection. It has been full of learning experiences for myself and my students. The Fall 2016 semester has ended, and we survived! Although I am still on the same mission of teaching students, and pushing them to be …Read More
Introduction From the first time I heard of the word “college”, I was always curious about it. I always had the intention of attending college (as I love to learn new things), but there was never a “plan” developed as a family for me to attend. My plan was to go to college at home one year, and then transfer to another school the next. I knew that I wanted to be a teacher, and that …Read More
Another semester is in the books, and as usual, it is bittersweet. I enjoy teaching college students–as I admire their passion, dedication, and new outlooks and perspectives on life. However, coming from a K-12 background for 11 years, it is difficult to only have the students for 16 weeks, and then they are on to the next phase in their college career. It has been a busy semester…I taught a full course load (though still …Read More
My first YouTube appearance (as an education professional) is now LIVE!!! Of course, I’m always critical of myself (lol), and I’m not much of a “TV” personality, but it was great to be featured on Yolanda Norman’s (known as @FirstGenCollege on Twitter) show called, #YouBelong on FirstGenCollegeTV. On the show, I give helpful advice to students who are first generation college students (from a professor’s perspective). While recording, there was so much I wanted to …Read More