With support from Kamehameha Schoolʻs Hoʻolako Like Continuous School Improvement program Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo has been able to engage in continuous school improvement action research projects related to instruction of Papakū Makawalu within a K-12 educational program.
Hōhonu No Ke Kawa: Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo Papakū Makawalu Kumu Research Symposium provides kumu with an opportunity to share their research and student work as it relates to Papakū Makawalu being implemented as a K-12 methodology.
The research to be shared...
- Facilitating the school-wide implementation of Papakū Makawalu and the development of the Papakū Makawalu Competency Assessment. - Roxane Stewart.
- What factors contribute to gaps in learning for identified students at Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo. - Kanoe Kealoha & Kaipolani Lorenzo
- How does using kilo skills enhance real life math application? - Kainoa Baptiste, Pualani McKeen & Nanea Clarke
- How do we develop a makawalu eye in our papa mālaaʻo keiki with particular emphasis on shapes? - Hauʻoli Pakele
- The development of new knowledge bringing critical perspective to ancestral knowledge and science writing. - Huihui Kanahele-Mossman PhD
- Papakū Makawalu and the Brain: What we're learning about how we learn. -Kealohi Reppun, Marlene Zueg & Paul Akau (UH Mānoa EdD Consultancy Project)
- Building from Practice to Practitioner. - Kaʻaka Swain & Nohea Nahale-a
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Hilo, HI 96720
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