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Utilizing Hawaiian language newspapers for place- and culture-based geoscience education

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Title:Utilizing Hawaiian language newspapers for place- and culture-based geoscience education
Authors:Anderson, Alyssa N.
Chinn, Pauline W.U.
Akioka, W. Kalae
Koga, Lalepa
Date Issued:07 Mar 2021
Description:To engage Hawai'i students in Earth Sciences, the repository of 1834-1948 Hawaiian language newspapers is utilized to create STEM content that is relevant and relatable to student and teacher needs and interests. Educators, translators, and scientists together develop lessons from Hawaiian newspaper accounts of Earth processes that were observed locally.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/74475
Appears in Collections: 7th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)


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