Making Social distancing work in 2020.

By Dr. Pelham Mead Here are the numbers concerning elementary and secondary school classrooms. Normally on the secondary level 32 students in a class is the norm. This number is also part of the Teacher’s Union contract. The classrooms are built to hand no more than 32-35 desks and chairs. One solution to the CoronaContinue reading “Making Social distancing work in 2020.”

The White Eyes and the Native Americans

By Dr. Pelham Mead If you country was invaded by a foreigner what would you do? Fight back of course. Supposing the invader had superior weapons and you had only bows and arrows? Such was the plight of the American Native Indians. Who were the good guys and the bad guys? That depends on whoContinue reading “The White Eyes and the Native Americans”

The Nine Wives of Geronimo, Chief of the Chiricahua Apaches.

1840- First wife, she had two children. Slain in a massacre in 1851 by Mexicans. She was his first true love. 1852- Second wife- Chee-hash-kish. Married for 30 years until capture by Mexicans in 1882. 1852= Married  third wife, Nana-Tha-thtith, She and her child killed by Mexicans in 1855. 1860’s-1870-  married fourth wife- She-Gha, a relative ofContinue reading “The Nine Wives of Geronimo, Chief of the Chiricahua Apaches.”

Teaching Senior Professors in 2020 By Dr. Pelham Mead III, Instructional Technologist For twelve years I worked as an Instructional Technologist in several New York Universities and Colleges such as New York University 1998; The College of Mount Saint Vincent 2001-2005; St. John’s University 2006-2008 and the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine.  An Instructional TechnologistContinue reading