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Don’t Miss the Navajo Math Circles 2022 Summer Camp!

Navajo Math Circles and COVID-19

“Most of our activities are still virtual as the pandemic comes under control. As in-person activities resume we will take all precautions and care. All NNMC visitors will be fully vaccinated and will follow CDC guidelines and local regulations. We will host an in-person summer camp and teacher workshop in 2022. Follow the event links for more information.”

 

“Good morning friends. Please share this educational opportunity for Summer 2022

Free Math Day Camp!

Grades: 6th-12th

Location: Page, Arizona at Coconino Community College

When: Session 1- May 31st to June 2nd

Session 2-June 6th to June 9th” Navajo Math Circles

Who are we? We are the Navajo Nation Math Circles (NNMC) for students and teachers of the Navajo Nation. Our goal is to share fun and rewarding mathematics with everyone. We partner with over 40 mathematicians across the United States to develop amazing mathematics and amazing mathematicians.

 The NNMC is many many people. We are a community of students, teachers, facilitators, professors, consultants… The NNMC is co-directed by:

• Dr. David Auckly, Mathematics, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.

• Dr. Henry Fowler, Mathematics, Navajo Technical University, Crownpoint, NM.

Who are you? We want “I do mathematics” to be a part of everyone’s answer to “Who are you?” That’s why the NNMC is different from any other Math Circle we know of–we honor the language, culture, and history of the Diné as part of the important work we do. We want to hear our participant’s pride in saying, “I am Diné and I love mathematics.” Both together is truly baa hózhó mathematics.

To contact the NNMC, send an email to navajomath@gmail.com and it will forward to the appropriate person.

 

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