20th Annual NHEA Convention


Monday, March 18thPanel on K-12 Education

Tuesday, March 19thPanel on Higher Education

2019 Educators of the Year & Panel Presenters


Kahele Dukelow is a professor of Hawaiian studies at the UH Maui College. She accesses a full range of creativity, passion and knowledge to instill within her students a sense of accomplishment, purpose and enthusiasm for learning. Dukelow teaches in a manner that allows her students to feel empowered. She inspires her students to learn and think freely and encourages them to research and apply their knowledge to improve the community, culture and the world in their own ways. Dukelow’s dedication to her students is obvious as many commend her for being an excellent teacher and role model who is always willing to go the extra mile to help.

Kaleikoa Ka‘eo is an associate professor of Hawaiian Studies at the UH Maui College. Ka‘eo is a proud graduate of Baldwin High School on Maui and the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. Prior to returning to his hometown, Ka‘eo was a lecturer in Hawaiian language at UH Mānoa, a teacher at the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program at King Kekaulike High School and the culture and education program manager for the Kaho‘olawe Island Reserve Commission.

Papaikanī‘au Kai‘anui is a full time faculty professor of Hawaiian Language and Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawai‘i Maui College. She has been an instructor at UHMC in several different disciplines since 2008, however has been under the discipline of Hawaiian Language and Hawaiian Studies since 2010. She is the daughter of Maui Kumu Hula Hōkūlani Holt from whom she received foundational training in Hawaiian Culture and Language. She attributes her rootedness in culture and identity to her unique upbringing. She is a member of the first graduating class of Kula Kaiapuni o Maui the Hawaiian Immersion Program where 14 years of her formal education was completed through the medium of Hawaiian Language and Culture. She is currently pursuing her second doctoral degree, aPh.D in Curriculum Studies at the University of Hawai’i Mānoa.

Workshops

Workshop Type Time Location Seats
Elevating ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi and Fostering Aloha ʻĀina with Hawaiian Culture-Based Science Readers Workshop Monday, March 18th 2:00 PM Ka Lama 104A 0 / ∞
Lomilomi: A Traditional Healing Cultural Practice Workshop Monday, March 18th 2:00 PM Hale 217 0 / 15
Kapa Workshop Monday, March 18th 2:00 PM Pā mauʻu (lawn) 0 / 15
Kalo Workshop Monday, March 18th 2:00 PM Pā mauʻu (lawn) 0 / 15
Aha Workshop Monday, March 18th 2:00 PM Hale 218 0 / 15
Pena Ki'i Workshop Monday, March 18th 2:00 PM Hale 219 0 / 15
How Empowering Wāhine Can Heal the Lāhui Workshop Monday, March 18th 3:00 PM Ka Lama 104B 0 / ∞
Lei Workshop Monday, March 18th 3:00 PM Hale 216 1 / 15
Mea Kanu Workshop Monday, March 18th 3:00 PM Ulu Building Pā mauʻu (lawn) 0 / 15
Hale Workshop Monday, March 18th 3:00 PM Pā mauʻu (lawn) 0 / 15
Pahu Workshop Monday, March 18th 3:00 PM Pā mauʻu (lawn) 0 / 15
Apu Workshop Monday, March 18th 3:00 PM Pā mauʻu (lawn) 0 / 15
The Awesome Kuleana of a Kumu, Be Careful What You Say! Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 10:00 AM Ka Lama 104A 0 / ∞
Leadership Through Kaʻao Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 10:00 AM Ka Lama 104B 0 / ∞
Museum On-the-Go: Bringing Learning Experiences to the Classroom Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 10:00 AM Ka Lama 107 0 / ∞
MALAMA: Rebuilding Indigenous Food Systems in Rural Native HawaiianCommunities through Backyard Aquaponics Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 10:00 AM Ka Lama 108 0 / ∞
Grant Writing Basics Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 10:00 AM Ka Lama 109 0 / ∞
The West Oʻahu Education Pathway: Growing our Own Teachers Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 1:15 PM Ka Lama 104A 0 / ∞
K.I.L.O (Keiki Investigate Learn and; Observe) Projectʻs Kahua Meaola Series Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 1:15 PM Ka Lama 104B 0 / ∞
A Community Guide for Cultivating Mana Lāhui Kānaka Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 1:15 PM Ka Lama 107 0 / ∞
Indigenous Science & Social Development PhD Program (unaccredited) Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 1:15 PM Ka Lama 108 0 / ∞
nehinaw pimatisiwin kiskinawahamakiwin: A Cree k-6 land-based language curriculum Workshop Tuesday, March 19th 1:15 PM Ka Lama 109 1 / ∞
Aloha ʻĀina Across the Disciplines Workshop Tuesay, March 19th 2:30 PM Ka Lama 104A 0 / ∞
Indigenizing onlines courses Workshop Tuesay, March 19th 2:30 PM Ka Lama 104B 0 / ∞
IWINUHP's PhD in Indigenous Science & Social Development - Indigenous Control of Indigenous Education Workshop Tuesay, March 19th 2:30 PM Ka Lama 108 0 / ∞
Kauhui A Ku Ka Hale: Comprehensive Evaluation of Title III at UH Workshop Tuesay, March 19th 2:30 PM Ka Lama 109 0 / ∞