Remembering the Old in the New

Well, I can’t believe 2010  has gone by so fast. What I have to show for it?  Hmm.  I have to be honest this year has not been my finest.  Much of has to do we the amount of change that took place in my life during the year.  I am not trying to make excuses for…

Black Science Teachers’ Motivation on Black Students-Part 1

African-Americans have made many advances socially in the 20th century, from segregated schools to an African-American president of the United States.  Through all of the great accomplishments of African-Americans over the years remain a vast educational and professional chasm to the field of science. Here, in the 21st century, we continue to see a shortage…

Tapping In

I am sure you are one of those individuals that love to learn.  If you are anything like me, you even think learning is fun.  But have you ever asked yourself why?  Or better yet, have you asked, how long has it been that way?  Many of you urban educators are facing students daily that…