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  1. Ke Ao Lani, Ke Ao Honua “Heavenly and earthly realms of knowing” Hawaiian Cultural In-service Day, Ianuali 3, 2013

  2. Aloha Welcome Pule Mahalo 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 Staff

  3. Mele Oli Kāhea Ka 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.

  4. Ke Ao Lani, Ke Ao Honua “Heavenly and earthly realms of knowing” In-service Day Theme

  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);

  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 Native • Hawaiian students;

  9. 4) is aligned with the school’s strategic plan, • goal # 3 -- to cultivate, perpetuate and • practice `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.

  11. Nainoa Thompson speaking about Lacy Veach http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xL5jctsZHA&feature=youtu.be

  12. `O wai ana kākou i ka wā ma hope? Who will we become in the future?

  13. `O wai a`e ana nā haumāna? Who will our students become?

  14. Pehea e ho`oūlu a ho`omākaukau ai iā lākou? How do we cultivate and prepare them (for the future)?

  15. We need to think with mana and focus.

  16. Envision our destination, Believe in what you see to get to the future.

  17. Display optimism, strength, courage, aloha and pono!

  18. Nīnau a me ka mana`o ?

  19. Kulāiwi Hui: C ‘O Hawai‘i – ku‘u kulāiwi G Mai nā – kūpuna mai D7 ‘A‘ohe mea – nāna e kū‘ai G G7 I ke ewe o ku‘u mau iwi C E ola au – i ku‘u lāhui G Ke kuleana – o ka ‘ōiwi D D7 ‘O ka ‘ī – ma kāna ‘ōlelo G D7 G He Hawai‘i au mau a mau Vamp: A7 / D7/ | G / / / G D7 G Mai ka pi‘ina a ka lā i Ha‘eha‘e D7 G G7 A i ka mole ‘olu o Lehua C G Eia au ko kama ē D7 G G7 He mamo aloha na Hāloa

  20. I lā maika`i a ho`ona`auao! Have a fine and learning-filled day!