Ninth Annual 2016-2017 Ethnomathematics and STEM Institute

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In an effort to address issues of equitable and quality education, culturally responsive STEM pedagogy will be explored across the State of Hawai‘i in a yearlong professional development program.  The Ethnomathematics and STEM Institute supports K-12 public, public charter, and private school educators to design and implement lesson plans grounded in the ethnic, historical, and cultural diversities of our island home.  We acknowledge that diverse cultural systems and frameworks have existed since the beginning of time and strive to help teacher leaders discover pathways that foster student engagement through multiple approaches to learning STEM in alignment with the Mathematics Common Core State Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and Nā Hopena A'o.

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