In what ways are electrolytes related to our bodies, our food, and our soil/ʻāina?
What can we learn using the practice of kilo (keen observation) that will help us better understand our world? How do kiaʻi loko iʻa (fishpond caretakers) merge traditional knowledge with modern science and technology? How are kiaʻi (caretakers) using sensor technology to complement their work to restore and manage loko iʻa?
How can we, as the students of Nā Huluhulu ‘O Nānāikapono, retell stories/share our family history to our community? How can hula help to strengthen my mind, body and connection to culture? How can ‘Olelo/’Āina based projects/hula keep me connected to my culture?
Dr. Kay Fukuda
Place-based Learning And Community Engagement in School
Place-based Afterschool Literacy Support
University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
Student Equity, Excellence & Diversity (SEED)
2600 Campus Rd., QLSSC 413
Honolulu, HI 96822