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Melissa Kim, 8th Grade Math Teacher, Carmel Middle School, Carmel CA

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Susan Loftus, 8th Grade Math Teacher, Kettering Middle School, Kettering OH

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Martha Payne, High School Math Teacher,Montgomery County High School, Mt. Sterling KY

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Dr. Joyce Goodson, Math Chair, Owings Mills High School, Owings Mills MD

Why ETA

ENGINEERS TEACHING ALGEBRA is an innovative, STEAM focused experience conducted in the belief that a wrong answer is better than no answer and that persistence and imagination are integral problem-solving tools.

Mark Love teaches in a style that blends Socratic and scientific methods

CLASSROOM FIELD TRIP

We bring a field trip into your classroom. ETA is not a sit-back-and-watch presentation but an engaging, hands-on experience with activities that are challenging, relevant & fun.

STEAM

Soft skills and creativity are highly valued in today's world of ideas and innovation. Math is a technical tool, it's a tool of exploration, it's also a tool of art and expression.

ALGEBRA

Math is not a subject, it's a necessary language. Algebra, from the Arabic al-jabr, means reunion of broken parts. Algebra bridges disparate academic fields and opens doors to a diverse, hi-tech economy.

MARK LOVE

ETA was initiated in 1994 by Mark Love, a managing engineer for a global transportation firm who applied algebra in job tasks right out of college. Formally trained and supervised by certified teachers he developed a teaching style that blends Socratic and scientific methods. ETA is conducted in the belief that a wrong answer is better than no answer.

EXPERIENCE

ETA has been conducted with over 100,000 students in 1,800 schools, 38 states. From his New Hampshire base Mark Love continues to work with students from middle school to college nationwide.