Sulaiman Adeoye, Deafness/Hard of Hearing - University of North Carolina, Greensboro
For about 13 years, Sulaiman has been teaching Mathematics to Secondary School students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) at Marlton School, Los Angeles, California. He has also served in other capacities such as the school's Athletic Director, Math Coach, Math Department Chair, Secondary Department Chair, in-service teachers' mentor or support provider, and part time math method teacher at California State University, Northridge (CSUN).
Besides, he is an active and prolific member of the school's several committees including the Instructional Leadership Team, Common Core Team, Common Core Math Team and Personnel Selection Committee among others.
Sulaiman earned his B.Sc in Economics with a minor in Accounting from University of Ilorin, Nigeria. After working briefly for a year with Afribank Nigeria PLC, he relocated to the United States for further education. He obtained his Master’s from Gallaudet University, Washington, DC and CSUN in administration and special education respectively. He also has two distinct teaching certifications to his credit from CSUN (Math and DHH credentials).
He is attending the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for his PhD in special education. His research interest in in the area of mathematics instruction of DHH students.
His hobbies include reading, writing, travelling, watching movies, cooking, walking, exercising, playing ping pong and soccer