About this Speaker
Samuel Chukwuemeka is a talented educator, mathematician, scientist, and technologist. He is a Nigerian by birth and an American by naturalization. In Nigeria, he acquired a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Civil Engineering from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State. In the United States, he has an Associate in Applied Technology degree in Computer Information Systems from Trenholm State Technical College; a Master of Education degree in Mathematics Education from Alabama State University; and another Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Troy University Montgomery.
Mr. Chukwuemeka is certified by the States of Alabama and Arizona to teach mathematics and chemistry. In addition, he is certified by the State of Arizona to teach computer science. Teaching and learning has been his passion since childhood. He believes in his quote and teaching philosophy that "The Joy of a Teacher is the Success of his Students”. - Samuel Chukwuemeka. He has immense joy when his students learn, understand, and succeed. He started tutoring secondary and college mathematics after high school. He is also a web developer.
His videos are available on his YouTube channels, https://www.youtube.com/user/samdom4peace, https://www.youtube.com/user/samuelchukwuemeka, https://www.youtube.com/c/chukwuemekasamuel
His websites, www.samuelchukwuemeka.com and www.chukwuemekasamuel.com has several valuable resources in math, science, and technology including the workshop materials. He is very proficient in the use of technology. His portfolio is found at www.chukwuemekasamuel.com/portfolios.html
His work experience includes seven years of teaching and tutoring math, physics and chemistry in Nigeria; a year of teaching chemistry at Selma High School in Selma; three years of teaching mathematics at Southlawn Middle School in Montgomery; two years of working as the Student Support Services Mathematics Specialist and Adjunct Math Faculty at Troy University Montgomery in Montgomery, and four years of teaching mathematics at Jacksonville State University, among others. Presently, he is an Information Technology faculty at Kent State University. His hobbies include writing poems, web design, table tennis, and lawn tennis among others.