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    Associate Professor

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    • Curriculum Research & Development Group

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    Kanesa Duncan Seraphin

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    (808) 956-4439

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    CM

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    kanesa@hawaii.edu

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    Scholarly Works

    • Harrison, G., Vallin, L., Brandon, P., Philippoff, J., Seraphin, K. (2014). Balancing development and measurement needs in an evaluation of a program under development. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.    Details
    • Philippoff, J., Lawton, B., Vallin, L., Brandon, P., Harrison, G., Seraphin, K. (2013). The planning and implementation of an evaluation of the Teaching Science as Inquiry (TSI) Aquatic professional development program. Presented at the Hawaii-Pacific Evaluation Association annual conference, Kaneohe, HI.    Details
    • Philippoff, J., Vallin, L., Lawton, B., Brandon, P., Harrison, G., Seraphin, K. (2013). The Planning and Implementation of an Evaluation of the Teaching Science as Inquiry (TSI) Aquatic Professional Development Program. Presented at the meeting of the Hawai‘i-Pacific Evaluation Association, Kane‘ohe, HI.    Details
    • Philippoff, J., Young, D., Seraphin, K. (2013). An overview of what the Curriculum Research & Development Group (CRDG) can offer Hawaii. Presented at the Exemplary State Workshop: Building Sustainable Communities by Engaging K-12 Schools in Place-Based STEM Research & Education, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Philippoff, J., Laskowsky, A., Seraphin, K. (2013). Integrating the ocean into science classrooms of all disciplines—A professional development story. Presented at the Hawaii Environmental Education Alliance Symposium, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Harrison, G., Vallin, L., Brandon, P., Seraphin, K., Philippoff, J. (2013). The Teaching Science as Inquiry-Aquatic project in 2011–2012: A report for participating Hawai‘i Island teachers.    Details
    • Harrison, G., Vallin, L., Brandon, P., Seraphin, K., Philippoff, J. (2013). The Teaching Science as Inquiry-Aquatic project in 2011–2012: A report for participating Maui County teachers.    Details
    • Harrison, G., Vallin, L., Brandon, P., Seraphin, K., Philippoff, J. (2013). The Teaching Science as Inquiry-Aquatic project in 2010–2012: A report for participating O‘ahu teachers.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2012). Communicating Ocean Science Across Audiences. Presented at the University of Hawaii College of Education, Curriculum Research & Development Group (CRDG) Meeting, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Philippoff, J., Brandon, P., Seraphin, K. (2012). Overview of the Teaching Science as Inquiry—Aquatic professional development project and its evaluation. Presented at the American Evaluation Association annual conference, Minneapolis, MN.    Details
    • Lawton, B., Philippoff, J., Seraphin, K. (2012). Examining evaluation process use as a result of project developers’ participation in an inquiry-based science program evaluation. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Minneapolis, MN.    Details
    • Philippoff, J., Brandon, P., Seraphin, K. (2012). A quantitative summary of research on evaluation published in the American Journal of Evaluation from 1998 through 2011. Presented at the meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Minneapolis, MN.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2012). Communicating Ocean Science. Presented at the Kai Connections: Building Education Partnerships in the Ocean Sciences session of the Hawaii Environmental Education Symposium, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Philippoff, J., Seraphin, K. (2012). Impacting inquiry skills of students and teachers through an accessible professional development series in aquatic science. Presented at the Hawaii Environmental Education Alliance Symposium, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Degnan, K., Parisky, A., Waren, D., Philippoff, J. (2012). Teaching Energy Science as Inquiry: reflections on professional development as a tool to build inquiry teaching skills for middle and high school teachers. Journal of Science Education and Technology 22(3), 1-17.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2012). Communicating Ocean Science. Presented at the NOAA Education Showcase, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2012). Marine Science Education Activities and Opportunities. Presented at the University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Degnan, K., Parisky, A., Waren, D., Philippoff, J. (2012). Island Energy Inquiry Professional Development: Content Enrichment and Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching About Energy Sustainability. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Lurie, M., Vallin, L., Kaupp, L., Brandon, P., Harrison, G., Philippoff, J., Philippoff, J. (2012). Symposium on Impacting Inquiry Skills of Students and Teachers through an Accessible Professional Development Series in Aquatic Science. Presented at the Hawaii Educational Research Association, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2012). Improving ocean literacy through targeted professional development.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Lurie, M., Kaupp, L., Philippoff, J. (2012). Impacting Inquiry Skills of Students and Teachers through an Accessible Professional Development Series in Aquatic Science. Presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hi.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Vallin, L., Kaupp, L., Philippoff, J. (2012). Metacognition As Means to Increase the Effectiveness of Inquiry-based Science Education. Science Education International Vol 22(4), 366-382.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Degnan, K., Parisky, A., Warren, D., Philippoff, J. (2011). Island Energy Inquiry Professional Development: Content enrichment and pedagogical approaches to teaching about energy sustainability. Presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hi.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2010). The Importance of Effective Marine Science Outreach. Presented at the Sea Grant Advisory Board, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Philippoff, J., Degnan, K., Parisky, A., Seraphin, K. (2010). Teaching Science as Inquiry: Aquatic science project in Hawaii’s middle and high schools. Presented at the OCEANIA, the Pacific chapter of the National Marine Educators Association annual conference, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2010). A partnership approach to improving student attitudes about sharks and scientists. School Science and Mathematics 110(4), 203-219.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2010). Exploring Our Fluid Earth Curriculum. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Lemus, J., Heckman, M. (2010). Beyond The Hype: opportunities & guidelines for effective outreach and education. Presented at the International White Shark Symposium, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2010). Your students as scientists: guidelines for teaching science as a discipline. NSTA Exemplary Science Programs Series, (Vols. 7: Science in Social and Societal Contexts , p. 33-50). Place: .    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2010). UH Sea Grant’s Center for Marine Science Education: Graduate Student Opportunities. Ka Pili Kai Vol. 32(1), 11.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Wong, K., Lemus, J., Smith, D., Putnam, D., Veary, C. (2010). Communicating Ocean Sciences: Linking Educators and Research Scientists in a Cultural Context. Presented at the Hawaii Educational Research Association Conference, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2009). Integrating marine science research in the classroom. Presented at the National Marine Educators Association Conference, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2009). Connecting students with science and building literacy through Ocean Literacy. Presented at the National Marine Educators Association Conference, Monterey, CA.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Gupta, A., Spalding, H. (2009). The University of Hawaii Graduate K-12 Program: Integrating research with environmental education through student-scientist-teacher partnerships. Presented at the Hawaii Conservation Conference, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Lemus, J., Cooper, P., Strang, C., Coopersmith, A. (2009). Hawaii Collaboration with COSEE - CA. Presented at the National Marine Educators Association Conference, Monterey, CA.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2009). University of Hawaii-Manoa GK-12: A bridge to teaching science as inquiry. Presented at the National Science Foundation annual meeting of Graduate K-12 program   Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2009). Connecting students with science and building literacy through Ocean Literacy. Presented at the Hawaii Educational Research Association Conference, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2009). Communicating Ocean Sciences Training DVD.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2009). UH Sea Grant Center for Marine Science Education Website.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2009). University of Hawaii Sea Grant Centers of Excellence: Center for Marine Science Education. Ka Pili Kai 31(2), 8-9.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2008). Building literacy through ocean literacy. Presented at the International Pacific Marine Educators Conference, Townsend, Australia.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Baumgartner, E. (2008). Fluid Earth revised: an updated, multidisciplinary approach to aquatic science education. Presented at the International Pacific Marine Educators Conference, Townsend, Australia.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2008). Pacific Ocean Literacy for Youth, Publics, Professionals and Scientists (POLYPPS).. Presented at the Oceania Chapter of the National Marine Educators Association Conference, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Seraphin, K., Baumgartner, E. (2008). Student-scientist partnerships: What NOT to do. And what to do!. Presented at the National Science Teachers’ Association Conference, Boston, MA.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2008). Case of the Sick Coral.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2008). Graduate K-12 Website.    Details
    • Seraphin, K. (2008). Journal writing to connect students’ personal lives with their learning about biology. Presented at the Hawaii Educational Research Association Conference, Honolulu, HI.    Details