I’ve left corporate America to start my own full time math tutoring service! It’s a little nerve wracking and scary, but I’m following my passion.
I believe that every student can do well in math. We use math successfully every day, from counting money to determining what time we need to be somewhere. Unfortunately, that doesn't always translate to math class performance. By using examples that are relevant to the modern student's life, I make sure that a student can connect math problems with every day experiences and understand them on a conceptual level.
I offer in person sessions in the greater Milwaukee metropolitan area, as well as online video sessions via Skype or Google Hangout anywhere in the world.
For more info, check out MathLooksGood.com. Send me an email at MathLooksGood@gmail.com, and follow me on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at username MathLooksGood. Peace.
#Mafia3 is a new game that takes place in fictional version of New Orleans in the 60s. You play as a Black man, so the racial and gender issues of the time are important for the developers to get right. Check out my review of the first few hours.
#23: Tom Clancy's The Division
Shareef hops back on the 161 from Paterson, NJ to NYC to check out Tom Clancy's latest military shooter. He discusses default whiteness in character creators, a good way to handle homosexuality in games, and how Larae Barrett represents a POC role that is sorely needed in more video games.
Science and tech blogger at http://shareefjackson.com .
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I've been obsessed with technology ever
since I was a child, disassembling remote controls and driving my
parents crazy. The craziness has remained - geek out with me!
- Brown Universityelectrical engineering, 1998 - 2002
- Case Western Reserve Universitymasters of engineering management, 2002 - 2003