|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!|
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.