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Middle School [clear filter]
Monday, February 20
 

10:15am HST

Curating Community Partnerships for STEM Related Technologies #1
This presentation will provide a window into the workings of a trial course that is demonstrating methodologies for integrating community partnerships with three STEM technologies. This project is an extension of the Modern Blanket Toss Project (modernblanketoss.org), a 3 year research grant establishing methodologies for bringing drone technologies into after school programs for underserved youth. Connections Public Charter School's after school program, Studio Shaka, is participating in this trial course. The presentation will relate to charter schools because it represents a model for training staff to work with students and community members and it introduces administrators to the powerful Hapara workspace backbone where curricula for the project resides.

Monday February 20, 2017 10:15am - 10:50am HST
Hālau Ho'okipa

10:15am HST

Mural Project #1
Students and artists collaborate to design a large-scale mural that honors the mo'olelo and history of our 'aina.

Monday February 20, 2017 10:15am - 10:50am HST
Hālau Ho'okipa

10:15am HST

The Hawaiian Steel Guitar #1
Lecture/Demonstration on the steel guitar, it's history and impact on Hawaiian music and American and other musics; Demonstration of the techniques,etc.

Monday February 20, 2017 10:15am - 10:50am HST
Hālau Ho'okipa

10:50am HST

Curating Community Partnerships for STEM Related Technologies #2
This presentation will provide a window into the workings of a trial course that is demonstrating methodologies for integrating community partnerships with three STEM technologies. This project is an extension of the Modern Blanket Toss Project (modernblanketoss.org), a 3 year research grant establishing methodologies for bringing drone technologies into after school programs for underserved youth. Connections Public Charter School's after school program, Studio Shaka, is participating in this trial course. The presentation will relate to charter schools because it represents a model for training staff to work with students and community members and it introduces administrators to the powerful Hapara workspace backbone where curricula for the project resides.

Monday February 20, 2017 10:50am - 11:25am HST
Hālau Ho'okipa

10:50am HST

Mural Project #2
Students and artists collaborate to design a large-scale mural that honors the mo'olelo and history of our 'aina.

Monday February 20, 2017 10:50am - 11:25am HST
Hālau Ho'okipa

10:50am HST

The Hawaiian Steel Guitar #2
Lecture/Demonstration on the steel guitar, it's history and impact on Hawaiian music and American and other musics; Demonstration of the techniques,etc.

Monday February 20, 2017 10:50am - 11:25am HST
Hālau Ho'okipa

11:25am HST

Curating Community Partnerships for STEM Related Technologies #3
This presentation will provide a window into the workings of a trial course that is demonstrating methodologies for integrating community partnerships with three STEM technologies. This project is an extension of the Modern Blanket Toss Project (modernblanketoss.org), a 3 year research grant establishing methodologies for bringing drone technologies into after school programs for underserved youth. Connections Public Charter School's after school program, Studio Shaka, is participating in this trial course. The presentation will relate to charter schools because it represents a model for training staff to work with students and community members and it introduces administrators to the powerful Hapara workspace backbone where curricula for the project resides.

Monday February 20, 2017 11:25am - 12:00pm HST
Hālau Ho'okipa

11:25am HST

Mural Project #3
Students and artists collaborate to design a large-scale mural that honors the mo'olelo and history of our 'aina.

Monday February 20, 2017 11:25am - 12:00pm HST
Hālau Ho'okipa

11:25am HST

The Hawaiian Steel Guitar #3
Lecture/Demonstration on the steel guitar, it's history and impact on Hawaiian music and American and other musics; Demonstration of the techniques,etc.

Speakers
PM

Peter Moon

Connections Public Charter School


Monday February 20, 2017 11:25am - 12:00pm HST
Hālau Ho'okipa
 
Tuesday, February 21
 

9:00am HST

Student Session - Ke Ea Hawaii Student Leadership
Ke Ea Hawaii is a peer-elected Statewide Student Council for N_ Lei Naïauao that seeks to improve communities and schools. Ke EA will facilitate activties and discussions with all students in attendance as a way to foster unity and identify student priorities for future efforts.

Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00am - 12:00pm HST
Hālau Ho'okipa
 


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