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ILOA Galaxy Forum Waimea 2013 - Bob Zellner - Kanu o ka aina

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  • This is our middle school theme this year. We spend time in four projects including fitness, garden and food, history and documentation and familiarization with the wa`a.
  • We are a project based and place based school with a Hawaiian focus.
  • Orientation of the night sky. Hawaiian navigators were very familiar with the night sky during their voyaging and especially the moon cycle as a guide to fishing, planting and harvesting crops, ceremonies and much more.
  • Hawaiians passed stories and information orally. At Kanu we incorporate this by having students, that have learned and practiced information and concepts, pass this on to younger keiki or children.
  • In the shadow of Mauna Kea
  • Traveled to Colorado Springs, CO and learned new information and resources to use in my classroom as a way of expanding the experiences of our students.
  • Students blend the cultural experiences with science as a way of knowing.
  • Space center learning about weather…Science on a sphere just like the one at Imiloa.
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    • 1. Science and Orientation at Kanu o ka `Äina
    • 2. “He wa`a he moku, He moku he wa`a” Our canoe is our island, our island is our canoe
    • 3. Blending Hawaiian Culture a Common Core Science Standa • Expansion beyond Hawaii
    • 4. Makali`i
    • 5. Middle school orienting first graders
    • 6. Lucy Enos Scholarship Colorado Springs Space Foundation • Using Place-Based learning. • Earth Science/Astronomy Hot spot Tsunami Ocean Weather Space Weather Chemical Reactions Imiloa (Travelers)
    • 7. Theme: `Äina Aloha MS focus: He wa`a he moku…. Science: Orientation
    • 8. Telescopes and science on a sphere

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