This course has been completed.
A hands-on workshop for Leeward Oʻahu teachers of grades 4-12!
Join us to explore the techniques and strategies behind the the Nā Hopena A'o (HĀ) framework and the Mālama ʻĀina Field School (Field School) at Nānākuli, a program we have been coordinating for the past four years. The curriculum spanning mauka to makai (mountain to the sea) engages students in real-world learning experiences directly linked to course content in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) as students visit sites both in their communities and outside, guided by environmental and cultural professionals.
Thanks to our partnership with the Hawai’i State Teachers Association (HSTA), you can earn 3 PD credits by completing the full requirements of the course.
The dates are May 6 (HA Summit), July 14 plus two dates in June and July (of your choice between June 14 - July 6) during the Field School program.
To apply, please complete this Online Application. Teachers interested in taking this course are also REQUIRED to register for the HA Summit on their Eventbrite site. Spaces are limited and the deadline to apply is April 28, 2017 so don't wait! The program fee is $150 paid directly to HSTA. Mahalo to the Kamehameha Schools Ka Pua Initiative, the Marisla Fund of the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation, HSTA, and the DOE Office of Hawaiian Education (for HĀ summit) for supporting this course. To find out more information about the HA Summit, visit their Website.
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