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Biography: Ms. Ahumibe received her bachelor of science in Applied Ecology at the campus of University of California, Irvine. She always had a passion for science and mathematics, but her love for solving for x, parabolas, and measurements inspired her to obtain her math teaching credential. She received her math credential at California State University of Long Beach. While looking for a teaching job, she preoccupied her time and efforts in an administrative position. During this time, she completed her Masters of Arts in Curriculum & Instruction. During her spare time, Ms. Ahumibe enjoys watching sports, working out, and exploring new adventures. She is ecstatic to begin her journey here at Simon Technology High School!
 
Philosophy: I am passionate about what I am teaching and the delivery because education is the key to success. My goal is to provide my students access to the curriculum by using different learning modalities. I believe that my students learn the best when they are engaged in classroom activities. I will strive to ensure that I maintain an equitable classroom for my students.
 
Course Summary: Core Connections Integrated I is the first course in a five-year sequence of college preparatory mathematics courses that starts with Integrated I and continues through Calculus. It aims to deepen and extend student understanding built in previous courses by focusing on developing fluency with solving linear equations, inequalities, and systems. These skills are extended to solving simple exponential equations, exploring linear and exponential functions graphically, numerically, symbolically, and as sequences, and by using regression techniques to analyze the fit of models to distributions of data. 
 
Course Overview: Students will be covering the following topics this year:
Functions, Linear Functions, Solving and Transformations, Sequences, Systems of Equations, Inequalities, and much more.
 
 
 
Important Dates:
1st Semester
5-Week Progress Reports: September 10, 2018
10-Week Progress Reports: October 15, 2018
15-Week Progress Reports: November 19, 2018
Finals Week: December 17, 2018
 
2nd Semester
5-Week Progress Reports: February 11, 2019
10-Week Progress Reports: March 18, 2019
15-Week Progress Reports: April 29, 2019
Finals Week: June 17, 2019
 
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Classroom Number: 212
Contact Info: Ms. Ogechi Ahumibe
Phone: (424) 785-4851
 
Classes taught for 2018-2019: Integrated Math 1/Integrated Math 1 Support 
Tutoring Days/Hours:Tuesdays 
 
*For additional information, please refer to attached syllabus