Nov
18
9:00 AM09:00

Philosophy for Children (P4C): Cultivating Inquiry, Dialogue, and Collaborative Civic Space

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Philosophy for Children (P4C): Cultivating Inquiry, Dialogue, and Collaborative Civic Space 
Date: Monday, November 18, 2019
Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Location: The Hanahau’oli School Professional Development Center

Philosophy for Children (P4C) is a worldwide movement that aims to transform the schooling experience of children by engaging them in the activity of philosophy. Locally, the University of Hawai‘i Uehiro Academy for Philosophy and Ethics in Education is the home of philosophy for children Hawai‘i (p4c Hawai‘i). The p4c Hawai‘i approach aids students and teachers in converting traditional classrooms into intellectually safe communities of inquiry. Together, they develop their ability to think for themselves in responsible ways by exploring “big questions” that arise from their interests, experiences, and learning contexts. When practiced with fidelity, p4c Hawai‘i cultivates and nurtures a collaborative civic space in classrooms where individuals “experience of dialoguing with others as equals, [and] participating in shared public inquiry [so] that they [are] able to eventually take an active role in the shaping of a democratic society’ (Sharp 1993: 343). In this workshop, participants will learn about p4c Hawai‘i from Uehiro Academy faculty and become a part of an intellectually safe professional community of inquiry. They will engage in a number of p4c Hawai‘i’s hallmark activities and reflect on ways to apply the classroom strategies to their diverse teaching contexts.

This workshop is designed for K-12 educators, higher education faculty, and community educators who are interested in exploring how p4c Hawai‘i can be applied to contexts outside of the regular classroom setting. It is also designed for teachers who are interested in interdisciplinary and integrated approaches to education, as well as teachers who want to apply the practice to traditional subject areas and coursework.

 

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Jan
9
to Jan 10

Creating Affirming and Just Schools: The Gender Spectrum and Best Practices

Creating Affirming and Just Schools: The Gender Spectrum and Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ Youth
Dates: Thursday, January 9 and Friday, January 10, 2020
Times: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: The Hanahau’oli School Professional Development Center

Explore ways to improve curriculum, pedagogy, and policies to better support the experience of LGBTQ students in our schools.

To feel safe and to feel seen. To feel valued and to feel capable of growth. These are simple concepts—basic pillars of student achievement and the results of good pedagogy. For many students who don’t conform to narrow gender norms and LGBTQ students, these rights remain out of reach. - Teaching Tolerance

Students who don’t conform to narrow gender norms and LGBTQ students deserve to have their identities affirmed by educators across grades, subject areas, and schools. This workshop will engage participants in thinking about how we can improve curriculum, pedagogy, and policies to better support the experience of LGBTQ students in our schools. Participants will gain a conceptual understanding of heteronormativity and cisnormativity before applying those concepts to their own contexts. They will learn about the gender spectrum in an effort to move beyond the pink/blue binary to support students who don’t conform to narrow gender norms. They will be introduced to readings, participate in discussions, and review a number of powerful resources designed to support educators and school leaders on their journey to create just schools for LGBTQ youth. They will learn how the pervasiveness of heteronormativity and cisnormativity requires challenging them at all educational levels, from elementary school to graduate education. By naming and challenging systems of harm, they will explore how educators can work together to create teaching and learning spaces where LGBTQ students have their identities affirmed.

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Jan
23
4:30 PM16:30

Dialogues: On Our Commitment To Equity

The Hanahauʻoli School Professional Development Center invites you to a series of hosted Dialogues focused on equity, anti-bias, and social justice education.

Dialogues On Our Commitment to Equity

Quarterly meetings will take place on

January 23
April 23
July 9
October 22

4:30-6:00 pm in the Hanahau’oli School Professional Development Center

Gather with fellow educators and explore ways to combat biases amongst children, peers, and in ourselves. Through these ongoing gatherings, participants can hear and share ways to promote justice in our classrooms and our society.

A component of a two-year Social Justice in Education Project offered by Hanahau'oli School and the UH Manoa College of Education, these informal gatherings are offered at no cost. Participants are encouraged to bring a potluck dish to share.


Anti-bias Education Goals:

Identity Each child will demonstrate self-awareness, confidence, family pride, and positive social/group identities

Diversity Each child will express comfort and joy with human diversity, accurate language for human differences, and deep, caring human connections.

Justice Each child will increasingly recognize unfairness (injustice), have language to describe unfairness, and understand that unfairness hurts.

Activism Each child will demonstrate a sense of empowerment and the skills to act, with others or alone, against prejudice and/or discriminatory actions

Derman-Sparks & Edwards (2010)

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Mar
20
to Nov 20

Leaders of Social Justice in Education: Theory to Practice (Hybrid Course)

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March 20 through November 20, 2020
Hybrid course with in-person meetings on April 3, June 1, and November 6, 2020 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

The Hanahauʻoli School Professional Development Center and the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa College of Education invite you to join a cohort of social justice education leaders this spring in a course that will empower you to enact social justice through your educational practice. The Leaders of Social Justice in Education course will provide a general overview of theory and research behind social justice education, explore Teaching Tolerance resource materials and Social Justice Education Standards, and will help you and your students bridge connections to local organizations that do social justice work.

The course takes a hybrid format with online assignments beginning on March 20 and ending on November 20, and includes three in-person classes in the Hanahau'oli School Professional Development Center on April 3, June 1, and November 6 from 8:30am to 4:00pm.

The course is offered at no cost with travel subsidies available to neighbor island participants. Participation is limited to 25 cohort members in total. Course credit is also available through the UHM College of Education (course # EDCS 440) and (3) PDE3 credits may be earned through the Hawai'i State Department of Education (course # TL184421).

Applications are due by January 21, 2020.

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Oct
13
8:00 AM08:00

Drums Alive! A Movement and Rhythms Workshop for Classroom, Recreational, and Therapeutic Educators

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Drums Alive! A Movement and Rhythms Workshop for Classroom, Recreational, and Therapeutic Educators
Date: October 13, 2019
Time: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Location: The Hanahau’oli School Gym

DRUMTASTIC® Ability Beats™  is presented by Drums Alive and is for educators of all grade levels and disciplines, as well as therapists, recreation leaders, and fitness instructors who work with children and adults with diverse abilities. The foundation, theory, and research behind the DRUMTASTIC® Ability Beats™ program will be presented together with the basic movements and teaching concepts needed to successfully implement the Drums Alive® program in your learning environment. Participants will learn how to use movements that inspire both children and adults with diverse abilities, demonstrating how this research-based fitness, wellness, brain, and body program can foster individual creativity in a fun environment that turns the impossible to I’M POSSIBLE. We will coordinate kinesthetic awareness, neuro-muscular skills, cardiovascular conditioning, flexibility, strength, health, and wellness activities into an inspiring experience that accommodates physiological, emotional and cognitive needs, and taps individual ABILITIES leading to endless possibilities. Participants will experience first-hand how music, balls, and drumsticks create curiosity, promote attention, and support students in achieving a high level of motivation.

Registration in the workshop includes a DRUMTASTIC® Ability Beats™ Sampler Manual, a pair of drumsticks, a certificate of completion, and lunch. Please bring water, a towel, and an optional change of clothes as this is a fun and active workshop!

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Sep
30
5:30 PM17:30

Immigration, Exclusion, and the American Dream: Teaching the Chinese Exclusion Act To Reflect on Current Times

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Join the Chinese Community Action Coalition of Honolulu and Hanahau‘oli School for a film screening and candid discussion about 

Immigration, Exclusion, and the American Dream: Teaching the Chinese Exclusion Act To Reflect on Current Times

Monday, September 30, 2019
5:30 to 7:30 pm

Pupus and refreshments will be provided

The 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act had a profound impact upon the Chinese in the United States, and upon Hawai'i in 1900 as it became a new territory. The primary effect was a dramatic decrease in the Chinese population on both the US mainland and in Hawai'i.

Li-Shin Yu and Ric Burns’ documentary The Chinese Exclusion Act is the story of the welcome that the United States gave to Chinese immigrants. There is much to be learned from this excellent history of how the self-proclaimed “nation of immigrants” treated the would-be Chinese settlers.

At this public talk, we will screen the abridged version of the film and provide an opportunity for participants to engage with panelists about the power of teaching the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act in current times.

Hear from Dr. Gregory Mark and Dr, Bryan Man, members of the Chinese Community Action Coalition, who will comment on the film and share their knowledge about the history of Chinese Americans on the US mainland and here in Hawaii. They will share personal stories and findings from their scholarship and research, drawing links to contemporary immigration debates. Ms. Jingwoan Chang, Hanahau'oli School's JK-6 Mandarin teacher, will explain how we can use resources like this in connection with classroom themes or activities in other disciplines while also engaging a broader discussion about identity as we build Mandarin language proficiency skills. Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau, social studies educator and Director of the Hanahau'oli School Professional Development Center, will briefly share how the topics discussed can be incorporated into secondary level ethnic studies courses that are now being required for graduation across the US. This will be followed by the opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussion with panelists and other audience members. Pupus and refreshments will be served.

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Sep
26
to Sep 27

A Commitment to Equity: Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves

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The Hanahau'oli School Professional Development Center and the University of Hawaii at Manoa College of Education are launching a new initiative to advance Social Justice in Education. Join us for the first of these offerings at our two-day workshop, A Commitment to Equity: Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves.

Young children’s self-identity and behavior are influenced by biases in our diverse society. Anti-Bias Education is a social justice framework that offers early childhood educators a variety of strategies to help children learn to be proud of themselves and their families, respect a range of human differences, recognize unfairness and bias, and speak up for the rights of others (Derman-Sparks & Edwards, 2010).

This two-day workshop is for teachers who work with young children, from toddlers through third grade. Educators will learn what is an Anti-Bias Education approach; basic teacher tools; specific curriculum ideas that counter biases related to race, ethnicity, religion, class, gender, family structures, or differing abilities. Woven through this workshop will be self-reflection activities to help educators think critically about their own experiences, which will strengthen their ability to work effectively with children and families from all backgrounds.

A $160 registration fee includes your copy of Anti-Bias Education: For Young Children and Ourselves by Louise Derman-Sparks and Julie Olsen Edwards.

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Sep
19
9:00 AM09:00

Climate-Conscious Futures for the Well-Being of All: Teaching About Climate Change and Peace in the K-12 Classroom

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At an accelerating pace the 21st Century will continue to usher in unprecedented risk to humanity’s fundamental goal: Peace...By coupling peace-building problem-solving methods with rigorous climate change research and resilience strategies, we will help equip decision makers at all scales with the tools needed to sustainably respond to the climate crisis, reduce social friction, and build social cohesion through locally-based and culturally-appropriate responses. -- Institute for Climate and Peace

This workshop is designed for educators who want to learn more about the changing climate and its impacts on society.   Participants will be provided with the opportunity to engage in a series of learning opportunities that will better equip them for teaching about climate change in the K-12 classroom. A collaboration between the Hanahau‘oli School Professional Development Center and the Institute for Climate and Peace--this workshop will introduce educators to key concepts and classroom strategies for the purpose of creating more climate-conscious and empowered students. Participants will also learn why classroom teaching and learning about climate-change is inextricably linked to the concept of peace, and how the pairing of these two concepts in K-12 education will help to advance effective and inclusive processes to build peaceful and climate-conscious futures for the well-being of all.

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Jul
17
5:30 PM17:30

Primal Wonder: What it is and why it matters

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Join Dr. Thomas Jackson of the UH Uehiro Academy and p4cHawai‘i at an engaging pau hana talk in the Hanahau‘oli School Professional Development Center on Wednesday, July 17 at 5:30pm.

Pupus and refreshments will be provided.

“In varying degrees, all of us at some point wonder. Significantly, the philosopher Plato maintained that wonder marks the beginning of philosophy. Plato however, didn't say when this wonder itself begins. This talk presents the idea that we ALL are born with a special vibrant, open, intense wonder that I call PRIMAL WONDER.” -- Thomas Jackson, PhD (Dr. J)

Engage with Dr. J and other members of the education and philosophy communities in an exploration of what Primal Wonder is and why we should cultivate it. Primal Wonder -- fueled by an insatiable curiosity and coupled with our growing facility with language -- unleashes a seemingly inexhaustible flood of persistent "But why?" questions. It marks the beginning of our efforts to make sense of our world, our "little p" philosophy. Most people concede that this initial flood sadly reduces to a trickle as we grow, as does our "little p" philosophy. Dr. J will share his methods for listening carefully to the wonderings of young children and responding in a gently Socratic way to re-ignite our own primal wonder and create a refreshingly deeper relationship with ourselves, our children and others.

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Jun
24
to Jul 5

The Hanahau'oli Teacher Collaborative: An Institute for Interdisciplinary Curriculum Design

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The Hanahauʻoli School Professional Development Center proudly announces the return of our Summer Institute led by teachers, for teachers.

The Hanahau'oli Teacher Collaborative:
An Institute for Interdisciplinary Curriculum Design

June 24 through July 5
Weekdays 8:45am-3:00pm
(no class on July 4)

October 17 & November 7: 4:00-5:30pm
Check-in, Troubleshooting & Support Sessions

This 2-week institute includes theory and foundations, hands-on learning experiences, thematic lesson examples and observation, and built-in time for unit design with coaching, all provided by practitioners dedicated to making this a powerful learning experience in order to increase student engagement and deepen learning. 

JK-12 educators from Independent, DOE and Charter schools are welcome, including those in resource/support roles, coaches and administrators. This course may be taken by DOE teachers with a portfolio option to earn (3) PD credits. Click here to download a detailed course description.

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Jun
10
to Jul 19

Progressive Youth Leadership Academy

June 10 – July 19, 2019
Monday, Wednesday, Fridays, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
(No class 6/11 and 7/4)

“The man who never followed his bliss...may have success in life, but then just think of it--what kind of life was it?...If you do follow your bliss, you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while, waiting for you, and the life that you ought to be living is the one you ARE living.”
-- Joseph Campbell, 1988

In Summer 2019 Hanahau’oli School will launch the Progressive Youth Leadership Academy. This program is designed for students entering grades 7-12 who are interested in “finding their bliss,” leading and reflecting on their role in creating a better future society. The program consists of a one-hour seminar that meets from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, plus an adjoining two-hour community service practicum that meets on the same days from 2:00 to 4:00 during the Hanahau’oli After School Care (ASC) program. The seminar will be dedicated to inquiry, reflection, and the development of leadership skills, under the guidance of Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau, Hanahau’oli Director of Professional Development, and Lia Woo, Hanahau‘oli Head of School.

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Jun
10
to Jun 12

Awakening Wisdom Summer Intensive 2019

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Teachers:
Are you looking for a more respectful way to discipline students that works?

Coaches:
Are you looking for more satisfying communication tools when working with teachers and administrators?


Awakening Wisdom is a school culture approach to nurture social emotional well being for educators and for students . This approach supports HIDOE’s HĀ framework as well as any school’s SEL efforts. In the three-day Summer Intensive, educators will learn about the principles, values, and practices that transform classrooms and relationships to reflect the Four Rs of Awakening Wisdom: responsibility, respect, resourcefulness, and responsiveness. Classroom teachers will learn how to set up the Agreement System, a classroom management program where students take responsibility for their actions and learn from their mistakes in a climate of mutual respect to support academic learning and lessen bullying. Coaches will learn how to embed the communication skills of empathic listening and responsible, responsive speaking to create collaborative, trusting working relationships with teachers and administrators. They will also learn how to respond effectively to conflicts for mutually satisfying results. The workshop will take place on June 10, 11 & 12 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at Hanahau’oli School. A registration fee of $475 per person includes daily lunch, snacks, beverages, and a 1-hour follow-up online group meeting. Discounted rates are available to individuals and groups traveling from the neighbor islands.

Download a detailed course description here and click the button below to register today!

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Apr
15
9:00 AM09:00

The Inquiry Design Model (IDM): Creating Social Studies Curriculum for the Purpose of Knowledgeable, Thinking & Active Citizens

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In this workshop participants will be introduced to the Inquiry Design Model (IDM), which is a distinctive approach to creating curriculum and instructional material that honor teachers’ knowledge and expertise, avoids overprescription, and focuses on the main elements of the instructional design process as envisioned in the Inquiry Arc of the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards (2013). Developed in response to the C3 Framework--the IDM is a planning tool that supports teachers in putting the type of inquiry called for in the C3 into action. Unique to the IDM is the blueprint, a one-page representation of the questions, tasks, and sources that define a curricular inquiry. Participants will learn how to use the IDM to create K-12 social studies curriculum for the purpose of cultivating students who are knowledgeable, thinking, and active citizens.

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Apr
11
4:00 PM16:00

Teaching the Life of W.S. Merwin: Inspiring Renewal of Our World Through Wonder, Imagination, and Creative Action

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Join The Merwin Conservancy’s Director of Programs, Sara Tekula, for an enlightening and informative gathering introducing Hawai‘i’s teachers to the life and work of longtime Maui resident and U.S. Poet Laureate W.S. Merwin.

In this free 90-minute session, teachers will:

  • Become more familiar with W.S. Merwin; his life as a poet, translator, and environmentalist; and his deep connection to Hawai‘i

  • Learn how his work as a steward of language and of land has created a legacy that students in Hawai‘i can connect to and be inspired by

  • Learn about the current teacher programs and outreach opportunities at The Merwin Conservancy

  • Give feedback and recommendations for future Merwin Conservancy education and outreach programs

Refreshments provided.

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Apr
6
8:30 AM08:30

Hanahau'oli School Progressive Education Symposium: A Community Forum

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Hanahau'oli School cordially invites the community to engage in a morning of deeper conversations about progressive education, its relevance today and the future. Enjoy a keynote by internationally renowned speaker and author, Alfie Kohn. Kohn writes and speaks widely on human behavior, education, and parenting. The author of fourteen books and scores of articles, he lectures at education conferences and universities as well as to parent groups and corporations. Kohn’s criticisms of competition and rewards have been widely discussed and debated, and he has been described in Time magazine as “perhaps the country’s most outspoken critic of education’s fixation on grades [and] test scores.” His keynote will explore alternatives to conventional educational practices, explaining why progressive education isn’t just a realistic alternative but one that’s far more likely to help kids become critical thinkers and lifelong learners. It will be followed by a panel of local educational leaders, professional dialogue, and book signings. The event is free, however seating is limited so please register by March 22.

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Apr
2
to Apr 3

Aha Kuka: A Gathering Around Building Our Capacity

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The Hanahau'oli School Professional Development Center and @MLTSinHawaii will host a two-day gathering of over 50 representatives from organizations who provide professional development opportunities for educators and school leaders in the State of Hawai'i. Through a series of activities, dialogue, and shared inquiry this group will build connections and create space to work on how Hawai'i builds its capacity for the professional development of teachers and becomes a model of doing so. The gathering will culminate with the development of a web-based comprehensive map to document professional development programs throughout the State of Hawai'i. #manywaaonevoyage

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Mar
15
9:00 AM09:00

Yoga Ed.: Mat Yoga and Mindfulness for the Physical Education Teacher

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This 6 Hour Teaching Yoga as Physical Education Professional Development Workshop will help you create relevant, fun yoga classes to engage your students and promote health, wellbeing, and academic success. In this workshop you will learn the physical, mental, emotional, and social benefits of yoga for children and teens in order to develop age-appropriate lesson plans that go beyond the yoga mat to nurture life skills. You’ll finish the workshop ready to create yoga lessons to meet your students’ needs, all the while adhering to the National Standards for Physical Education.

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Mar
12
9:00 AM09:00

Yoga Ed.: Chair Yoga and Mindful Practices for the JK-12 Classroom

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This 6 Hour Tools for Teachers Professional Development Workshop equips you with a broad variety of basic principles and tools to implement short yoga breaks with children or teens. You will learn and practice yoga tools to effectively promote health, learning, and achievement. This workshop will provide you with a deeper understanding of how to identify challenging times during your child or teen’s day, and successfully utilize yoga tools to shift them into a more positive state of mind.

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Feb
21
8:00 AM08:00

The Inquiry Design Model (IDM): Creating Social Studies Curriculum for the Purpose of Knowledgeable, Thinking & Active Citizens

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In this workshop participants will be introduced to the Inquiry Design Model (IDM), which is a distinctive approach to creating curriculum and instructional material that honor teachers’ knowledge and expertise, avoids overprescription, and focuses on the main elements of the instructional design process as envisioned in the Inquiry Arc of the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards (2013). Developed in response to the C3 Framework--the IDM is a planning tool that supports teachers in putting the type of inquiry called for in the C3 into action. Unique to the IDM is the blueprint, a one-page representation of the questions, tasks, and sources that define a curricular inquiry. Participants will learn how to use the IDM to create K-12 social studies curriculum for the purpose of cultivating students who are knowledgeable, thinking, and active citizens.

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Jan
30
5:15 PM17:15

Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive in their Digital World

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Hanahau’oli parents are invited to a special presentation by digital media and technology expert, Devorah Heitner. Progressive educators have always asserted that children construct meaning by interacting directly with their world: therefore, school experiences should build on this natural way of learning. This takes on a whole new meaning in the twenty-first century as we all work to navigate the complexities of the digital age and the desire to maintain meaningful human connections. Parents often worry that kids are addicted, detached or distracted because of digital devices. Often, adults are less conscious about what they are modeling with their own relationship with technology. In this session, Dr. Devorah Heitner, an expert on young people’s relationships with digital media and technology, will talk about how parents can effectively mentor tech-savvy digital natives by using their own lifetime of social wisdom. Hanahau’oli parents may email pdc@hanahauoli.org for registration details for click here for more information.

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Jan
25
12:15 PM12:15

Supporting Students on Social and Emotional Wellness in the Digital Age with Devorah Heitner

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First email account. First gaming avatar. First social media account. First smartphone. There are many milestones involved in growing up in the digital age. This talk for educators (counselors, educators and school leaders) will inform participants about the latest research on digital natives and helping them to appropriately support young people as they encounter and master these digital skills. The workshop will consist of a talk followed by an interactive facilitated workshop that includes school scenarios related to digital citizenship, classroom management and more.

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