The Hawaii State Teachers Association is proud to offer Office Hours, a series of online seminars designed to educate and inform our new educators on a variety of topics.
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.
The NEA Student Debt Navigator is designed to walk members through a step-by-step process that will help identify federal programs to reduce monthly loan payments and, ultimately, complete the process of loan forgiveness.
“As an eighth-grade social studies teacher teaching U.S. history, I want the learning that goes on in my classroom to revolve around my students’ ability to take knowledge and put it to use.”
As a result of the ongoing stay-at-home order during the coronavirus pandemic, typical challenges that face teachers, especially new educators, seem more daunting now.
"Having just come from student teaching and graduating, I felt that I was set and ready to take on the world and my own classroom. I was not prepared for the feeling of failure."
Richard Stange is an English language arts teacher at Mililani Middle School. In his own words, he describes his first-quarter experience and the inspiration behind his student book club.