Laura Eyring

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Laura Eyring received a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, a B.S. in Secondary Math Education from Southeast Missouri State University, and a M.A. in Career-Technical Education from Kent State University and is currently teaching Computer-Aided Design, Pre-Calculus, Advanced Pre-Calculus, and College Math Fundamentals at Theodore Roosevelt High School. A strong advocate for showing students the real-world, relevant connections in mathematics as well as in Computer Aided Design, she involves her students in activities and projects that reflect those connections. Her professional interests focus on the ever-changing and quickly-advancing world of 3D prototyping. She serves as an instructor for the Engineering Academy, part of the Six District Educational Compact.

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