Navajo Math Circles

Re-aired November 2016.

Navajo Math Circles follows Navajo students in a lively collaboration with mathematicians. Using a model called math circles, the students stay late after school and assemble over the summer at Diné College in Tsaile, Ariz., to study mathematics. The math circles approach emphasizes student-centered learning by putting children in charge of exploring mathematics to their own joy and satisfaction.

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Navajo Math Circles

Looking Ahead

Briana describes conditions on the reservation, and how she clears her head by running.

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Looking Ahead

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Navajo Math Circles

Official Extended Trailer | Beauty, Math and Navajo Culture

Finding links between Navajo culture, math, and beauty inspires students to learn more.

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Official Extended Trailer | Beauty, Math and Navajo Culture

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Navajo Math Circles

Official Trailer

A desire to improve math literacy on the Navajo Nation is met with the Math Circles.

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Official Trailer

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