My Dilemma on Becoming a Teacher

Since February 2014 I had the pleasure of working as a substitute teacher for the Colton-Redland-Yucaipa ROP. I’ve met hundreds of students and for the most part, they all seemed respectful and accommodating to me. Sure I had a few headaches here and there, maybe one or two scares, but 99% of the time, it […] more…

Social Media Can Attract the Wrong Things

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Cameron’s Growth

I am thankful for many things in my life, none more than my 2 1/2 year old son, Cameron James. A day does not go by when I cannot think how grateful I am to be able to wake up to this little boy who shines this bright light into my life. Watching him grow is one of […] more…

Once in a Life Time

  Today I sat in a classroom as a substitute teacher at Yucaipai High School. For 7.5 straight hours I sat there. I did my work, while the students watched a film called ‘The Hammar’, a story of a famed UFC Fighter Mark Hammill, who is deaf. In one scene, Hammill’s role model grandfather tells […] more…

Failed the CBEST

So, after all that time studying, taking practice exams, and all the necessities involved in getting prepared for the CBEST, I got the results today which stated I did not pass. I was intially fearful that I would not do well enough on the reading part. There were 50 equestions and during practice runs, I […] more…

The Hero that is Harriet Tubman

— Jim Hague Slavery is a epoch that contemporary America wishes would just go away. Twenty million slaves chained against their will, dragged into slave ships to a land they never knew existed.  The unfortunate slave once smelling the aroma of air at his mother land, suddenly shackled by the sadistic hands of overseers. But all […] more…

Diary

Monday 9/1/2014 I must say that I am very concerned about the CBEST, the reading comprehension part of it. I am not a good reader. I suppose instead of becoming a speed reader, I should be a more focused reader. I’m not sure why I am taking on the CBEST. I’m partly wanting to be […] more…

Ferguson, Missouri – What not to do when being arrested.

The Micheal Brown incident has captivated a world audience and is yet another news about police shooting an unarmed black male. Just like Trayvon, just like Oscar Grant (Fruitvale Station, Oakland), and many many others, unarmed black men are the target of police shootings. Many people instantly blame he police. It’s automatic. Many people side […] more…

The Gaza War May Cost Israel

The Israeli invasion of Gaza has polarized a world. However, from social media to newspapers across the globe, the polarization seems to be favoring Palestine. There many reasons why the world favors Palestine and none of it has anything to do with anti-Semitism. The images from Social Media The one reason why America thinks it […] more…
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