DATES

Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Thursday, June 7, 2018

TIMES

9:00AM-1:30PM

11:30AM-12:00PM - Lunch

[Check-in 9:00AM]

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

MISC

Beverages will be provided

Sponsored by:

Center for Teaching Excellence

Email: cte@hawaii.edu

Image:

Hawaiian Schoolchildren (ca._1900)
Mary Hannah Krout
Sisyphos23
[Public domain],
via Wikimedia Commons

CTE 2018 SUMMER TEACHING INSTITUTE
Teaching at Mānoa: A Lens on Culture and Place
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This year's Summer Teaching Institute for Mānoa faculty will trace how this unique place, Mānoa and Hawai`i, shapes and inspires us personally and professionally, and how we can infuse this knowledge mindfully into our teaching. Exploring who and where we are can illuminate commonalities and disparities that coexist in our classrooms and communities.

During three half-days of workshops and activities offered by exemplar Mānoa faculty across diverse disciplines, we will explore a suite of themes and experiences during the days below:

• What is Privilege?
• What is Our Kuleana at Mānoa?
• Expressing Culture in Science
• Pidgin
• Mo'olelo: Our Stories
• How Will I Teach and Live on this Land?
• Island Culture and the Classroom
• Identity, Diversity, Justice, Action
• Next Steps: Nurturing Relationships with People and Place

*Faculty attendees of the entire Institute will receive a certificate and digital badge upon completion.
*All applications are welcome but priority will be given to Mānoa faculty.

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DAY ONE - Tuesday

9:00-9:15am
Check-in Kuykendall 106 Events Room

9:15-9:30am Introduction
`Oli, Welina Mānoa
by Keawe Lopes
Jane Lokomaika`ikeakua Au, Religion
Julie U`ilani Au, Center for Hawaiian Language
Donna Kona Au, Political Science

9:30-10:25am
"What is privilege?"
Presented by: Teresa Bill, Women's Center, Bridge to Hope
Daniela Bottjer-Wilson, Center for Teaching Excellence

10:25-10:35am Break

10:35-11:30am
"What is our Kuleana at Mānoa?"
Presented by: Ty Kawika Tengan, Ethnic Studies, Anthropology

[11:30-12:00pm - Lunch Break]

12:00-1:15pm
"Expressing Culture in Science"
Presented by: Kiana Frank, Pacific Biosciences Research Center

1:15-1:30pm
"Closing thoughts & evaluations"


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DAY TWO - Wednesday

9:00-9:30am
Check-in in Kuykendall 106 Events Room

9:30-10:25am
"Pidgin"
Presented by: Kent Sakoda, Second Language Studies

10:25-10:35am Break

10:35-11:30am
"Mo’olelo: Our Stories"
Presented by: Tammy Haili’ōpua Baker, Theatre

[11:30-12:00pm - Lunch]

12:00-1:15pm
"How Will I Teach and Live on this Land?"
Presented by: Noelani Goodyear-Kaōpua, Political Science

1:15-1:30pm
"Closing thoughts & evaluations"


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DAY THREE - Thursday

9:00-9:30am
Check-in in Kuykendall 106 Events Room

9:30-10:25am
"Island Culture and the Classroom"
Presented by: Craig Perez, Department of English

10:25-10:35am Break


10:35-11:30am


"Identity, Diversity, Justice, Action"
Presented by: Patricia Halagao, Curriculum Studies

[11:30-12:00pm - Lunch]

12:00-1:15pm


"Next Steps: Nurturing Relationships with People and Place"
Presented by: Kaiwipuni Lipe, Native Hawaiian Affairs

1:15-1:30pm
"Closing thoughts & evaluations"


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Space is limited. Please apply below.

Application

OFDAS 30 Years

Center for Teaching Excellence
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Honolulu HI 96822 USA

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