Project Hoʻopoeko: Normalizing Hawaiian Language at the Workplaces

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2021-12-03
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Reyes, Kuuleilani
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How did Native Hawaiian educators create and teach an engaging Hawaiian language program at work sites? How did we meet the cultural and digital needs of adult learners during COVID? How did we implement and complete an ANA grant project that we didn’t write? How did we manage our various perspectives, experiences and personalities to create meaningful Hawaiian language opportunities through: collaboration with other community organizations; utilization of archival and contemporary resources; and, adaptation in person to online learning opportunities. Our poster will also share lessons from developing language lessons, support system tools, such as Pixton, Quizlet and Kahoot!, to ultimately creating a new language digital instructional manual in addition to teaching online.
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Hawaiian language, Education
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