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About Mr. A

F O R TODAY

Let's start with a little philosophy:  Mr. A says 7th grade is the year to make the transition from Elementary Math to Highschool and Algebraic Thinking! 


This first lesson references some basics - sign rules for addition/subtraction and multiplication/division.  Visit:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxF8tukf4Rc


Let me know what you think.


Mr. A


Mr. A's Background and Expertise

Being a slow reader,  did not hurt him in math class because reading slowly, he could "think between the lines" as he read a math problem. Because of his math skills and his natural people skill, Mr. A was hird at 18 as the industrial engineer in training, with responsibility for all the piece work salaries for a small lingerie company in his home town. Later during 4 years of college, while earning a BS in Math and Physics, he worked full time for the Marshal Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Leaving NASA for th computer industry in 1965, he developed operating systems aand managed software development teams.  In 1975 he founded his own computer systems company, led it to one of the top providers of turnkey systems for health care automation, and sole it in 1985. In 2003, Mr. A left the computer industry and began teaching math in middle and high schools in Florida and Mississippi. Today, at 81, he teaches and tutors for fun and donates most of his salary. Mr. A challenges his students to think beyond he obvious and perform above expecttions. His style is that of Escalante in the movie: Stand and Deliver. He believes students can perform beyond current expectations! 

Personalized Lessons

One-on-one or small groups, Mr. A teaches simplification for complex processes. He believes that students need to transition from Elementary Math to Algbraic  thinking before 8th grade. 

CONTACT ME

For tutoring or parental counseling, Mr. A can be reached at (601) 325-3811. 

Mr. A Says

Hattiesburg MS

Seventh grade is a good time to make the transition from Elementary Math to Algebraic thinking.

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