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UNA summer institute to teach math through programming

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The summer institute will teach mathematical reasoning through computer  programming. (Photo: MGN Online) The summer institute will teach mathematical reasoning through computer programming. (Photo: MGN Online)
FLORENCE, AL (WAFF) -

The University of North Alabama will hold a summer institute for high school math and science teachers in June.

UNA's math and computer science faculty will host the two-week professional development event, which is designed to be a collaborative partnership teaching mathematical reasoning through a computer programming project. The institute is sponsored by a math/science partnership grant through the U.S. Department of Education.

The event will be run in conjunction with UNA's Summer STEM Camp for high school students. Once a week, teachers and students will work together and explore mathematical reasoning through computer programming.

Teachers will be on campus June 9 through June 13 and June 16 through June 20, while STEM campers will be on campus June 12 through June 14 and June 19 through June 21.

For more information, please call the UNA Department of Mathematics at 256-765-4286.

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