The Hanahauoli Teacher Collaborative:
An Institute for Interdisciplinary Curriculum Design
The Summer Institute is a two-week seminar & practicum experience in the design of thematic units with an emphasis on engaging students in project-based learning. The institute seminars are taught by Dr. Robert Peters along with experienced classroom teachers from Hanahau‘oli School. At the seminar, participants: learn with colleagues, hear first-hand from practitioners, observe thematic lessons, ask questions, and explore the challenges and rewards of thematic instruction with individual coaching. The Institute includes the development of a unit draft with outcomes, instructional strategies and assessment tools to take back to your classroom. Work time is incorporated throughout the Institute including access to instructors, resources and small group debriefing.
The Hanahauʻoli School Professional Development Center proudly announces
the return of our Summer Institute led by teachers, for teachers:
June 24 through July 5, 2019
(weekdays, no class on July 4)
8:45 am to 3:00 pm
Check-in, Troubleshooting & Support Sessions
October 17 & November 7, 2019: 4:00 - 5:30 pm
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.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be contacted when dates are set for the 2020 Institute.