Ademola Adeyemi

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Ademola Adeyemi
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Department Mathematics
House STEM
Contact aadeyemi@tsas.org
Joined 2014
Education BS Biomedical Engineering with Minor in Mathematics, University of Central Oklahoma
Why TSAS? Never knew about this school. Until I applied and met with Liesa, Eric and the rest of the teachers and friends and that’s when I knew I had been truly blessed to be at the right place at the right time to do what I truly love to do. TEACH!
Interesting Fact I am a native born Nigerian. I’ve been in Oklahoma for over 17 years ( I guess I qualify to be called an “Okie” now.). I am blessed with a beautiful wife of 10 years who is also from Nigeria, but we met here in Oklahoma – amazing! We have three amazingly gorgeous and awesome kids named Super-Simi, King David and Queen Esther! And we are blessed to live in the United States of America!

Algebra I

Students are initially introduced to: one-step, two-step, and multiple-step equations; factoring simple one variable equations; substituting values for various unknowns; rates and proportions; percent problems; combining various math concepts in solving real-world problems.
Algebra I students are ready to learn the following: functions, linear functions and equations, systems of equations and inequalities, exponents and polynomials, different methods of factoring polynomials, quadratic functions and equations, data analysis and probability and introduction to complex numbers.

Career & College
Fine Arts
Liberal Arts
STEM