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Johnson Arthur

Authur V. “Nipper” Johnson II        

CHS Class of 1963

CHS ’63
Salutatorian, National Honor Society (Vice-President), National Merit Scholarship Foundation (Letter of Commendation), Graduation Speaker, Drama Club, Math Team, Science Club, Science Fair, Cross-Country (Co-Captain 4) Team Conference Champions, Track (1,2,3,4) Ran 220 Yards & 1⁄4 Mile, Member of the: State Class “C” Champion 4x440 & 4x220 Relay Teams & State Class “C” Championship Team

Tufts BA Mathematics Minor in History ‘67

University of Lowell MEd Curriculum Development

Northeastern University Certificate of Graduate Studies

Boston University Doctoral Candidate in Mathematics Education

Nashua, NH Public Schools Teacher (Mathematics) Nashua Junior High School, Nashua Senior High School, Director of Digital Computer Bus Program, Groton School Instructor (Geometry Institute), University of New Hampshire Instructor (Geometry Seminar, Antioch/New England Graduate School Director/Instructor (Critical Skills Institutes); Active with Local, State & National Mathematics Associations; National Science Foundation Institute @ University of Lowell (One of 30 teachers selected nationwide to study “Transportation in America”), Host of a Kentucky Educational Television videotape series “Math-The Basics”; Publications include: “Critical Skills Learning”, “Geometry Before Proof”, “Math That Matters”, “Mathematics of the Boomerang”, “Mathematics History for the Classroom”

Recipient of a Christa McAauliffe Sabbatical (Produced a collection of Mathematical activities for at-risk & non-college bound students for distribution to every New Hampshire High School, Honorary Member of Pi Lambda Theta, Finalist Teacher of the Year (Disney Corporation of America program), Presidential awardee for excellence in Mathematics teaching 

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