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Ancient Is Modern—Transforming Public Education for Hawaiians

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Title:Ancient Is Modern—Transforming Public Education for Hawaiians
Authors:Kahakalau, Kū
Keywords:Indigenous education
Hawaiian education
culturally-driven pedagogy
teaching spaces
blended learning
LC Subject Headings:SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Indigeneous Studies
HISTORY / Oceania
Date Issued:2020
Publisher:Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press and the Center for Biographical Research
Description:The COVID-19 crisis presents unprecedented opportunities to reimagine and redesign our failing public school system, especially to meet the needs of Native Hawaiians, Hawaiʻi’s largest and most undereducated and uneducated ethnic group. This paper presents a vision of a Hawaiian model of education grounded in a research-based Pedagogy of Aloha, as a prototype for intergenerational places of learning throughout Hawaiʻi that are culturally-driven, family-oriented, community-based, and both traditional and contemporary, empowering learners to walk successfully in multiple worlds.
Pages/Duration:4 pages
Rights:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Appears in Collections: IV. Emerging Futures

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