Monthly Archives: March 2012

Water Power

So my wife and I have come upon the crossroad of either having our son infant baptized or waiting for him to come of age and make the decision on his own. I grew up believing in credobaptism, namely what’s … Continue reading

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5 Year Anniversary

Five years ago today we were married on a sunny Saturday in Little Neck, Queens. Like they say, that was the beginning of a new chapter in my life and I can’t really remember the previous chapters because the current … Continue reading

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SOH-CAH-TOA

So because my school is low performing, the city has granted us a few million dollars to spend on a non-profit organization to help us increase student achievement. We were paired with Johns Hopkins University which in turn has brought … Continue reading

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With Great Power Comes…blah blah blah

I know I’ve been slacking, but the past few weeks have been quite difficult at work. My school had their annual state visit evaluation last week and so we’ve been gearing up for that by gathering data and the necessary … Continue reading

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CJ Talking @ 10 Weeks

Ok, I know I sound extremely ridiculous, make foolish sounds, breathe very loudly, and my Korean is┬áhysterical, but all the more to have the opportunity to talk to my son and let the world know that he’s super cute and … Continue reading

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The Derivative

In one of my classrooms, I share it with two other teachers, one of which teaches immediately after me. He was recently assigned a student teacher, one that is in graduate school at Queens College and has been teaching most … Continue reading

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My MONEYBALL Review

When I heard that the non-fiction book Moneyball was becoming a feature film, I was quite skeptical because the topic focused heavily on statistics and I couldn’t imagine how intriguing a film about the Oakland Athletics can be knowing that … Continue reading

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