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Culture-Based Resources for Teaching Hawaiian History (CBRTHH)

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Course Authors: Kelly Cua, Instructor; Clinton Iwami, Instructional Designer. 

Not Pictured: The course was developed with support from Carrie Sato - Social Studies Curriculum Resource Teacher for the Hawai`i Department of Education’s Hawai`i Virtual Learning Network; Kaipo Hale- Hawaiian Language Consult, Meredith Enos – Editor.

From the Authors:

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About the Course:

This course is one set of four that comprises the Kamehameha Schools A`o Kumu program for educators.  The A‘o Kumu Program provides teachers with professional development opportunities to acquire 21st century teaching skills with a focus on accessing, integrating and developing Hawaiian culture-based learning resources. In the Culture-Based Resources for Teaching Hawaiian History course, teachers explore the rich content course and engage in activities that deepen their understanding of Hawaiian history from a culture-based approach.  At the culmination of the course, teachers share their experiences using the curriculum with their own students via an online learning results portfolio.

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