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Friday, June 26, 2020

HSTA Office Hours: ʻĀina Aloha: Rooting content to our beloved Hawaiʻi during COVID-19

Please join us as we explore ʻĀina Aloha and how we might root our content to Hawaiʻi strengthening our HĀ.

Event date: 7/23/2020 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Export event

Join the Hawaiʻi State Teachers Association for an important Office Hours session: ʻĀina Aloha: Rooting content to our beloved Hawaiʻi.

This virtual event will take place on Thursday, July 23, from 4 to 5 p.m. via Zoom.

It is presented by Kuʻulei Makua, an educational specialist with the Hawaii State Department of Education's Office of Hawaiian Education (OHE).

OHE is grounding education in Hawaiian ways of knowing so that all Hawaiʻi may thrive. We look to our Hawaiʻi and ancestral ʻike (knowledge) to plan for our future.

Please join us as we explore ʻĀina Aloha and how we might root our content to Hawaiʻi, strengthening our HĀ, even as we face new models of hybrid learning during the coronavirus pandemic.

Nā Hopena A‘o (HĀ) is a department-wide framework to develop the skills, behaviors, and dispositions that are reminiscent of Hawaiʻi’s unique context, and to honor the qualities and values of the indigenous language and culture of Hawaiʻi.

Due to the importance of this topic, this session will be open to the public. Registration is required.

Register online here

This event is brought to you by SHiNE and HSTA CARES as part of HSTA’s Office Hours, a series of online seminars designed to educate and inform our members on a variety of topics.

Supporting Hawaiʻi's New Educators (SHiNE) is an HSTA program for members who are new to the profession or new to Hawaiʻi's public school system with up to three years of experience. Click here for more SHiNE information. Please note, you must be logged in with your registered account to view this page. 

Don’t have a registered account? Create one here. If you aren’t an HSTA member, join now!

HSTA CARES (Culture, Advocacy, Respect, Equity, Support) is an initiative developed by HSTA’s Human and Civil Rights Committee to integrate social justice principles into education to create schools and communities that are safe, inclusive, and equitable​ for all keiki. Click here for more information.

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