32 Years in all varieties of schools
Lecture - Recitation - Socratic Method
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Iâ€™m from Boston. I was educated at Boston Latin School (Boys Latin) and then at Boston Technical High School (for the Junior and Senior years). I attended Northeastern University, and participated in their â€œco-operativeâ€ program first as an Electrical Engineering major (2 yrs) and then as a Math major (when I transferred to the College of Liberal Arts, I had my choice of Physics, Mathematics or Chemistry for my major field of study). I chose Mathematics. After receiving my Masters degree from Boston State College, I was eligible to be certified in Math, Physics and Chemistry. I have (had) a life certificate from Massachusetts in those three subjects since 1979.
Mr. White is originally from Boston. He was accepted to and attended Boston Latin School, the requisite admission test was waived for Orrin. With family roots in Downeast Maine, it is no surprise to find that he spent every Summer there. His family called Orrin â€œWhizzerâ€ but his friends called him â€œWizardâ€. He was popular with the â€œnativesâ€ and learned many things from them. Those people have a history of self-sufficiency. Among other things, they taught him how to Dig Clams and Fish for Lobster. In college Orrin first trained in Electrical Engineering â€“ he can wire just about anything you need to have wired. You see â€“ Northeastern wasnâ€™t just a book learning school â€“ they sent out their students to work in the real world. The Northeastern Co-op Graduate has practical experience as well as the Theoretical knowledge. You can apply the adage â€œthey hit the ground runningâ€ to these Graduates. His book "Spreadsheet Sorcery" is as yet unpublished.