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Perspectives on Elementary Education:


What is the Role of the Teacher?

Tuesday, April 18
3:30 - 4:00   Snack & Chat
4:00-5:30     Program & Conversation 

The February Perspectives conversation about play was so engaging, we decided to continue with a focus in April on exploring the role of the teacher in play

Open to all educators (no need to have attended in February), please join us in the Professional Development Center at Hanahauʻoli School. Reservations are $10 and include a brief reading selection emailed to you before the gathering, refreshments and a dialogue about play and learning.

Space is limited, so reserve your spot for April 18th now by clicking here. 

Perspectives on Elementary Education is a series of conversations for educators, organized by the Hanahauʻoli Professional Development Center to address teaching and learning in the early years. 
Perspectives provides an opportunity for people working with children to step out of regular routines and join peers to connect and share ideas on current topics in our profession. Former Head of School Dr. Robert Peters, Hanahauʻoli librarian Maia Rosen and I will join you as facilitators.
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A hui hou,
Elila Levinson
Director, Professional Development Center 
Hanahauʻoli School



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