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  • Kimo Cashman

    Specialist Faculty

    Department(s)

    • Curriculum Studies

    Area(s) of Interest

    • How to be a good father and husband?, Aloha ʻĀina, Teacher Support, Institutional Racism - Higher Education

    Brief Biography

    ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

    Doctor of Philosophy in Education - Curriculum Studies (2012). University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, College of Education. Dissertation Title: Aloha kumu: The intergenerational agency of kuleana through moʻolelo.

    Master of Education in Educational Foundations (1997). University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, College of Education. Thesis Title: Contemporary Hawaiian art: Ho`okūʻē: Resistance.

    Professional Diploma in Education - Secondary Art (1995). University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, College of Education.

    Bachelor of Fine Arts, Studio Art (1992). University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, Department of Art & Art History.

    Diploma (1985). DAMIEN MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL!


    PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

    Tenure (2012), Promotion (2017). Full Specialist Faculty. Curriculum Studies Department.
    University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, College of Education.

    Teaching License – Special Education 7-12 (2006-2016). Hawai`i Teacher Standards Board.

    Teaching License – Art K-12 (1995-2016). Hawai`i Teacher Standards Board.


    NĀNĀKULI GOLDEN HAWKS

    Teacher (1995 - 2006). Nānākuli High and Intermediate School. Hawai`i Department of Education.
    • Subject Areas: Art, Social Studies, English, Special Education, and Mathematics.

    SELECT SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES

    Cashman, K. A. & Ng L. S. W. M. (2017). Teacher leader exemplars in Lāhui Hawai`i (nation of Hawai`i): Engaging with the teacher leader model standards. Poster presented at the 15th Annual Hawai`i International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawai`i.

    Ng L. S. W. M. & Cashman, K. A. (2017). Why history teachers should be familiar with the legal status of Hawai`i. Poster presented at the 15th Annual Hawai`i International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawai`i.

    Cashman, K. A. & Serna, A. K. (2016). `Āina Hou: Mobilizing Native Hawaiian self-determination in education. Paper presented at the 2016 Pacific Circle Consortium: Navigating Global Trends of Education Within the Pacific Region. Northern Marianas, Saipan.

    Ng L. S. W. M. & Cashman, K. A. (2015). The dark side of Indigenous leadership: A cautionary tale for emerging and transformative leaders. 13th Annual Hawai`i International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawai`i. 50% Authorship.

    Whitinui, P., McIvor, O., Robertson, B., Morcom, L., Cashman, K., &, Arbon, A. (2015). The World Indigenous Research Alliance (WIRA): Mediating and mobilizing Indigenous peoples’ educational knowledge and aspirations. Education Policy Analysis Archives, (23)10, 1-25.

    Cashman, K. A (2012). Aloha Pē: The intergenerational agency of kuleana through mo`olelo (Doctoral Dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations. (3516680)

    RESEARCH INTERESTS

    How to be a good father and husband?
    Aloha ʻĀina,
    Teacher Support
    Institutional Racism - Higher Education

    ALOHA KUMU COHORTS

    Waiʻanae/Nānākuli Cohort (2010-2012). Aloha Kumu Program. MEd-Curriculum Studies. National Board Certification & Community-Based Education.

    Waiʻanae/Nānākuli Cohort (2012-2014). Aloha Kumu Program. MEd-Curriculum Studies. National Board Certification & Community-Based Education.

    Waiʻanae/Nānākuli/Kapolei/Waipahu/ʻAnuenue (2014-2016). Aloha Kumu Program. MEd-Curriculum Studies. National Board Certification & Community-Based Education.

    Kamehameha Schools - Kapālama (2015-2016). Aloha Kumu Program. MEd-Curriculum Studies. Aloha ʻĀina Education and Leadership – Elementary.

    Kamehameha Schools - Kapālama (2016-2018). Aloha Kumu Program. MEd-Curriculum Studies. Aloha ʻĀina Education and Leadership – Secondary/community.

    Waiʻanae/Nānākuli/ʻEwa (2016-2018). Aloha Kumu Program. MEd-Curriculum Studies. National Board Certification & Teacher Leader Graduate Certificate.

    Contact Information

    Office Phone

    (808) 956-3370

    Office

    Everly 221D

    Email

    kcashman@hawaii.edu

    Homepage

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    Curriculum Vitae

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    Scholarly Works

      Presentations

    • Ng, L. S. W. M., & Cashman, K. A. (2017, January). Why History Teachers Should be Familiar with the Legal Status of Hawai‘i. Presented at 2017 Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.