Presentation on theme: "Ke Ao Lani, Ke Ao Honua “Heavenly and earthly realms of knowing”"— Presentation transcript:
1 Ke Ao Lani, Ke Ao Honua “Heavenly and earthly realms of knowing” Hawaiian Cultural In-service Day, Ianuali 3, 2013
2 AlohaWelcomePuleMahalo Presenters! Kauhale Kīpaepae, Director Dr. Walter Kahumoku; Enrichment Education Services, Director Hannah Pau; Ho`okahua Hawaiian Cultural Development Office, Director, Dr. Randie Kamuela Fong; Kamehameha Schools Hawai`i Faculty and StaffAloha—Welcome—Mahalo! Kauhale Kipaepae, Director Dr. Walter Kahumoku; Extension Education staff, Director Hana Pau; Ho`okahua and Director, Dr. Randie Kamuela FongTheme of today’s professional development day for faculty and staff is:Heavenly and worldly understandings.May he guide our pathOli
3 Ka uka holokia ahi manu o `Ōla`a, I pō`ele i ka `uahi, noe ka nahele. Mele Oli KāheaKa uka holokia ahi manu o `Ōla`a,I pō`ele i ka `uahi, noe ka nahele.Nohe-nohea i ka makani Lūhaupua ē.He pua `oni ke kanaka, he mea laha `ole iā `oe.Mai kāua e hea nei.`Āe.Oli
4 “Heavenly and earthly realms of knowing” Ke Ao Lani, Ke Ao Honua“Heavenly and earthly realms of knowing”In-service Day ThemeTheme Ke Ao Lani, Ke Ao Honua “Heavenly and earthly realms of knowing”In-service dayContributes to professional development to staff as we learn a variety of perspectives which offer us glimpses of “Hawaiian worldview” and brings the Working Exit Outcomes “to life” in actual practice.Provides opportunities for us to develop earthly (worldly and practical) and heavenly (spiritual and futuristic relationships) to a Hawaiian worldviewToday we will surveyWays in which to practice and perpetuate culture in contemporary contexts which makes for positive impacts on life (e.g., food preparation, plant propagation, contemporary educational practices and pedagogy, hula, Lā’au lapaʻau, lei-making, music-making and composition, spiritual practices, Hawaiian moon calendar, wahi pana, geography and culture of sacred places, mālama `āina, etc.). How do we make contributions to the contemporary world” ; use Hawaiian ways of knowing to “engage and compete globally in ways that contribute to and enrich humankind,
5 Research (Kana`iaupuni, Ledward, Jensen, 2010) indicates that culture-based education: 1) positively impacts student socio-emotional well-being (e.g., identity, self-efficacy, social relationships);Overwhelming research by researchers across the globe.
6 Critical thinking and communications; Academic and school progress;Community engagement through social issues, social consciousness, speech and debate, cultural affiliation;Hō`ike/multi-levels of understanding through authentic performances in athletics, visual and performing arts;Family support;Aloha `āina (attachment to the homeland).
7 2) positively affects math and reading test scores
8 3) is aligned with the school’s mission to promote the well-being of NativeHawaiian students;
9 4) is aligned with the school’s strategic plan, goal # 3 -- to cultivate, perpetuate andpractice `ike Hawai`i.
10 Vision of the Po`o Kula(Ianuali 3, 2013)Kamehameha Schools Hawai`i is a dynamic and nurturing, K-12 educational environment where haumāna learn about Hawaiian worldviews, other global perspectives and 21st century skills which prepare them to thrive, lead successful and fulfilling lives, and engage and compete in ways that contribute to and enrich humankind.Vision of the Po`o Kula(Ianuali 3, 2013)Kamehameha Schools Hawai`i is a dynamic and nurturing, K-12 educational environment where haumāna learn about Hawaiian worldviews, other global perspectives and 21st century skills which prepare them to thrive, lead successful and fulfilling lives, and engage and compete in ways that contribute to and enrich humankind.continue to provide the very best educational opportunities to students on Hawai`i, Moku o Keawe.form relationships with staff, students, parents, community leaders.Program is rigorous and of high quality and second to none in the state or country.What we do today affects our future.
12 `O wai ana kākou i ka wā ma hope? Who will we become in the future? Conclusion
13 `O wai a`e ana nā haumāna? Who will our students become? Work with families as our partnersInclude parents and families by giving them information and access to what’s happening in our classrooms and school.
14 Pehea e ho`oūlu a ho`omākaukau ai iā lākou? How do we cultivate and prepare them (for the future)?Group turn and talk
19 ‘O Hawai‘i – ku‘u kulāiwi Mai nā – kūpuna mai Hui:C‘O Hawai‘i – ku‘u kulāiwiGMai nā – kūpuna maiD7‘A‘ohe mea – nāna e kū‘aiG G7I ke ewe o ku‘u mau iwiE ola au – i ku‘u lāhuiKe kuleana – o ka ‘ōiwiD D7‘O ka ‘ī – ma kāna ‘ōleloG D GHe Hawai‘i au mau a mauVamp: A7 / D7/ | G / / /G D GMai ka pi‘ina a ka lā i Ha‘eha‘eD G G7A i ka mole ‘olu o LehuaC GEia au ko kama ēD G G7He mamo aloha na Hāloa
20 I lā maika`i a ho`ona`auao! Have a fine and learning-filled day ! Dismissal and last minute instructions.
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