I, Professor Russell W. Jr. am a professor of Mathematics. I have been an Adjunct Professor at the Junior College level since the spring of 2004. I also held the position as Adjunct Professor at OSU-OKC where I worked with the program called “Academic Systems”. In the fall of 2004, I was hired by Redlands Community College to instruct College Algebra in the classroom, on WEBCT, and Interactive Educational television (IETV). In the fall of 2005, I was hired as an Adjunct Professor of...
I, Professor Russell W. Jr. am a professor of Mathematics. I have been an Adjunct Professor at the Junior College level since the spring of 2004. I also held the position as Adjunct Professor at OSU-OKC where I worked with the program called “Academic Systems”. In the fall of 2004, I was hired by Redlands Community College to instruct College Algebra in the classroom, on WEBCT, and Interactive Educational television (IETV). In the fall of 2005, I was hired as an Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at Rose State College, where I also received an AAS/CIS Computer Degree and an Associate in Mathematics Degree. I was later sent by Rose State to teach math at the University of Central Oklahoma. I also worked with kids of all ages in various learning centers. The Sylvan Learning Center, which I have been working on and off since the 1990’s, A+ Academics, which allows me to travel to various locations, and the Upward Bound Program at Oklahoma Community College, where I taught Algebra 1 and 2, Trigonometry, H. S. Calculus and “Math for Dummies” in the summer. While tutoring at the Junior College institutions, I taught GED classes, computer classes for summer youth, ACT/SAT classes, and perform in-services regarding the use of math software. I’ve worked with Jostens and Noonan-Spradley Computer Programs, and have given the Compass Test. I’ve taught on-line with Academic Systems, WEBCT, CourseCompass.com, Thinkwell.com and Hawkeslearning.com and ZOOM. I graduated from Rose State College and the University of Oklahoma as a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Society. I am registered with the Stratford’s Who’s Who for American College Professors and have had an article written about me in the New York Times because of Stratford’s. It is my goal to complete a Master’s in Education and /or Mathematics at the University of Oklahoma and to ultimately teach all levels of math at a major University.
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