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Our faculty are busy sharing their insights and expertise with colleagues in the greater UH community! Check out these upcoming workshops:

“Making it HAPpen! Examples of Model Hawaiʻi, Asia & Pacific (HAP) Designation Proposals”
Thursday, April 22
12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Workshop presenters: 
• Derek Taira, Department of Educational Foundations (EDEF)
• Katherine Achacoso, Department of American Studies
For more info and register for Zoom link here: http://www.cte.hawaii.edu/events/2021/spring/making-it-happen.html 

“An Introduction To Here-or-there (HOT) Instruction: Issues And Strategies”
Thursday, April 22
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Workshop presenters: 
• Ari Eichelberger, Department of Learning Design and Technology (LTEC)
• Dan Hoffman, Department of Learning Design and Technology (LTEC)
• Paul McKimmy, Department of Learning Design and Technology (LTEC) & Director of College of Education Technology and Distance Programs
For more info and register for Zoom link here: http://www.cte.hawaii.edu/events/2021/spring/HoT-instruction.html 

#OnlineWorkshops #HAP #HOT UHM Learning Design & Technology

Our faculty are busy sharing their insights and expertise with colleagues in the greater UH community! Check out these upcoming workshops:

“Making it HAPpen! Examples of Model Hawaiʻi, Asia & Pacific (HAP) Designation Proposals”
Thursday, April 22
12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Workshop presenters:
• Derek Taira, Department of Educational Foundations (EDEF)
• Katherine Achacoso, Department of American Studies
For more info and register for Zoom link here: www.cte.hawaii.edu/events/2021/spring/making-it-happen.html

“An Introduction To Here-or-there (HOT) Instruction: Issues And Strategies”
Thursday, April 22
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Workshop presenters:
• Ari Eichelberger, Department of Learning Design and Technology (LTEC)
• Dan Hoffman, Department of Learning Design and Technology (LTEC)
• Paul McKimmy, Department of Learning Design and Technology (LTEC) & Director of College of Education Technology and Distance Programs
For more info and register for Zoom link here: www.cte.hawaii.edu/events/2021/spring/HoT-instruction.html

#OnlineWorkshops #HAP #HOT UHM Learning Design & Technology
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We want to commend one of our departments for being a trailblazer in keeping connected with their students and alumni. 

On March 27, 2021, UHM Learning Design & Technology hosted its annual networking event LTEC Connections entirely online using video conferencing. The event brought together over 60 students, alumni, faculty, and staff around a theme of celebrating creativity and community. 

During this two-hour event, a workshop “Creating Creativity” was facilitated by guest speaker Dr. Brad Hokanson, Professor of University of Minnesota College of Design. Following the workshop, the department took the opportunity to recognize Paul Stanley, the 2019 recipient of the LTEC Distinguished Alumni Award. Thanks to the effort of the LTEC graduate student organization, AECT-Association for Educational Communications and Technology Hawaii, and the Student Activity and Program Fee Board (SAPFB), participants of this event were provided with free, prepaid lunches from Zippy’s. One of the participants, Skyler Smela, won a brand new Instant Pot from participating in the “No Connectivity Trivia” game. 

“The success of our virtual LTEC Connections is evidence that people can still connect and support one another amidst the challenges of social distancing”, said Dr. Dan Hoffman.

LTEC Connections was organized by Drs. Ari Eichelberger, Dan Hoffman, Grace Lin, Peter Leong, and Seungoh Paek with major support from Office Manager Kitty Hino and AECT-HI board members, Johnny Zhou and Waynele Yu.

Read the full story here: https://coe.hawaii.edu/news/?open=news-2-4422 
For more info about Paul Stanley, recipient of the LTEC Distinguished Alumni Award, visit: http://pstanley.net/Bio.html 

#LTECOhana #Connection #VirtualEvents #VirtualGame #PhysicallyButNotSociallyDistanced

We want to commend one of our departments for being a trailblazer in keeping connected with their students and alumni.

On March 27, 2021, UHM Learning Design & Technology hosted its annual networking event LTEC Connections entirely online using video conferencing. The event brought together over 60 students, alumni, faculty, and staff around a theme of celebrating creativity and community.

During this two-hour event, a workshop “Creating Creativity” was facilitated by guest speaker Dr. Brad Hokanson, Professor of University of Minnesota College of Design. Following the workshop, the department took the opportunity to recognize Paul Stanley, the 2019 recipient of the LTEC Distinguished Alumni Award. Thanks to the effort of the LTEC graduate student organization, AECT-Association for Educational Communications and Technology Hawaii, and the Student Activity and Program Fee Board (SAPFB), participants of this event were provided with free, prepaid lunches from Zippy’s. One of the participants, Skyler Smela, won a brand new Instant Pot from participating in the “No Connectivity Trivia” game.

“The success of our virtual LTEC Connections is evidence that people can still connect and support one another amidst the challenges of social distancing”, said Dr. Dan Hoffman.

LTEC Connections was organized by Drs. Ari Eichelberger, Dan Hoffman, Grace Lin, Peter Leong, and Seungoh Paek with major support from Office Manager Kitty Hino and AECT-HI board members, Johnny Zhou and Waynele Yu.

Read the full story here: coe.hawaii.edu/news/?open=news-2-4422
For more info about Paul Stanley, recipient of the LTEC Distinguished Alumni Award, visit: pstanley.net/Bio.html

#LTECOhana #Connection #VirtualEvents #VirtualGame #PhysicallyButNotSociallyDistanced
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Its that time of the semester to start thinking about summer internships and job-searching. Get a head-start and take advantage of this resume workshop tomorrow April 21 -  RSVP here now: bit.ly/COEresumeworkshop 

(Youll also get a chance to win some UH and COE swag, including wireless speakers...) 🥳👏🤙

It's that time of the semester to start thinking about summer internships and job-searching. Get a head-start and take advantage of this resume workshop tomorrow April 21 - RSVP here now: bit.ly/COEresumeworkshop

(You'll also get a chance to win some UH and COE swag, including wireless speakers...) 🥳👏🤙ATTENTION COE STUDENTS: Looking to start or update your resume? RSVP ASAP at bit.ly/COEresumeworkshop to join us on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 12 pm via Zoom.

It's never too early (or too late) to start planning your job search. This workshop is geared towards students looking to get their resume started or updated.

* By the end of the workshop, you will have a working resume and be on your way toward planning your career.

* There will also be opportunities to win cool prizes at the workshop!

* Any COE student can join - you don't have to be a senior or graduating this semester. See you there!

Brought to you by the COE Student-Faculty Relations Committee and the Mānoa Career Center

Tinalak Advisory Council Educational Administration MEdT Program UHM Learning Design & Technology University of Hawaii at Mānoa Department of Special Education College of Education Doctoral Students Association College of Education Student Association-CESAhi
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[SUMMER 2021 Course Offering] 

EDEP 768c - Writing for Publication
CRN: 92342
Summer Session I, Online 
Mondays, 4:30pm-6:30pm, HST
Instructor: Dr. Marie Iding, miding@hawaii.edu 

Writing for Publication (EDEP 768c) will be offered in the first summer session (5/24-6/28), online. This course has been offered several times over the years and it has been helpful for students learning about: varieties of publications in academia, ways to decide upon a topic, parts of an article, techniques for developing a lit review, ethical considerations and conventions of writing (with a focus on APA for social sciences and education in the past, but open to bringing in resources from other disciplines if appropriate). Students prepare manuscripts in the course with peer and instructor feedback, learn how to submit articles, write cover letters, and create book prospecti.

The course has been successful in the past and resulted in publication. There is no prerequisite, but familiarity with APA style and educational or social sciences research would be helpful.

The course may be taken CR/NC or for a letter grade.

#Summer2021 #Publication #AcademicWritingImage attachment

[SUMMER 2021 Course Offering]

EDEP 768c - Writing for Publication
CRN: 92342
Summer Session I, Online
Mondays, 4:30pm-6:30pm, HST
Instructor: Dr. Marie Iding, miding@hawaii.edu

Writing for Publication (EDEP 768c) will be offered in the first summer session (5/24-6/28), online. This course has been offered several times over the years and it has been helpful for students learning about: varieties of publications in academia, ways to decide upon a topic, parts of an article, techniques for developing a lit review, ethical considerations and conventions of writing (with a focus on APA for social sciences and education in the past, but open to bringing in resources from other disciplines if appropriate). Students prepare manuscripts in the course with peer and instructor feedback, learn how to submit articles, write cover letters, and create book prospecti.

The course has been successful in the past and resulted in publication. There is no prerequisite, but familiarity with APA style and educational or social sciences research would be helpful.

The course may be taken CR/NC or for a letter grade.

#Summer2021 #Publication #AcademicWriting
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[SUMMER 2021 Course Offering] 

EDEF 678 - Approaches to Educational Inquiry
CRN: (Please contact the instructor)
Summer Session I, Synchronous & Asynchronous
Time for synchronous sessions: 3-5pm, HST (via zoom)
Instructor: Dr. Donald Edwards, Jr., donalde@hawaii.edu

Description of Course Content: 

This course has two broad and connected educational aims. First, it provides an overview of the various research methods that can be employed in educational inquiry, with particular emphasis on the role of qualitative research in education inquiry projects. Working independently and collaboratively, you will become knowledgeable about the different research paradigms (quantitative, qualitative, transformative) through selective readings and experience doing your own research projects/proposals (or developing ideas for such). 

Secondly, the course will provide you with an understanding of the processes and methods necessary to plan and implement a research project. Particular attention will also be given to the purposes and processes involved in conducting a literature review for your MEd /PhD thesis, and how the process of doing a literature review informs the selection and framing of a research study. Think of this course as your opportunity to explore any questions or concerns you may have about: deciding on your educational research inquiry and designing a proposal for your study.

**The final assignment for the class is a proposal for a research study.**

#SUMMER2021 #ResearchMethods #summercoursesImage attachmentImage attachment

[SUMMER 2021 Course Offering]

EDEF 678 - Approaches to Educational Inquiry
CRN: (Please contact the instructor)
Summer Session I, Synchronous & Asynchronous
Time for synchronous sessions: 3-5pm, HST (via zoom)
Instructor: Dr. Donald Edwards, Jr., donalde@hawaii.edu

Description of Course Content:

This course has two broad and connected educational aims. First, it provides an overview of the various research methods that can be employed in educational inquiry, with particular emphasis on the role of qualitative research in education inquiry projects. Working independently and collaboratively, you will become knowledgeable about the different research paradigms (quantitative, qualitative, transformative) through selective readings and experience doing your own research projects/proposals (or developing ideas for such).

Secondly, the course will provide you with an understanding of the processes and methods necessary to plan and implement a research project. Particular attention will also be given to the purposes and processes involved in conducting a literature review for your MEd /PhD thesis, and how the process of doing a literature review informs the selection and framing of a research study. Think of this course as your opportunity to explore any questions or concerns you may have about: deciding on your educational research inquiry and designing a proposal for your study.

**The final assignment for the class is a proposal for a research study.**

#SUMMER2021 #ResearchMethods #summercourses
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Parent Influencer Wanted ASAP!

The national “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” (LTSAE) program is seeking parent influencers who are interested in using their social media platforms to share LTSAE materials and help other parents through COVID-19. 

$1,500 Stipend will be provided for those who participate. 
Influencers that speak languages other than English and/or are part of underserved communities are encouraged to apply. 
Contact actearlyhawaii@gmail.com to receive an application. 
Review materials at https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/index.html 

#ParentInfluencers #ParentsHelpParents #LearnTheSign #ActEarly #ChildrensDevelopment

Parent Influencer Wanted ASAP!

The national “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” (LTSAE) program is seeking parent influencers who are interested in using their social media platforms to share LTSAE materials and help other parents through COVID-19.

$1,500 Stipend will be provided for those who participate.
Influencers that speak languages other than English and/or are part of underserved communities are encouraged to apply.
Contact actearlyhawaii@gmail.com to receive an application.
Review materials at www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/index.html

#ParentInfluencers #ParentsHelpParents #LearnTheSign #ActEarly #ChildrensDevelopment
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