The COE faculty and staff are engaged in many projects that impact education and the community at large. We invite you to explore the following featured projects.
Affect (opens in a new window)
Activating Educators Focus on Family Engagement as Central to Teaching (AFFECT) recognizes that family, school, and community partnerships are essential for the educational success of students of all backgrounds.
Hanahau'oli School Partnership (opens in a new window)
Hanahau‘oli School and the COE entered into a partnership based on a mutual desire to build a Professional Development School that emphasizes progressive, interdisciplinary, and inquiry approaches to learning.
Hawaii Geographic Alliance (HGA) (opens in a new window)
The HGA promotes innovation and integration in education, actively fosters interdisciplinary geographic teaching and learning in K-12 classrooms, and cultivates productive, responsible, and geo-literate global citizens.
Hawaii Concussion Awareness and Management Program (HCAMP) (opens in a new window)
HCAMP is an organization intended to provide Hawaii’s physically active community and medical community with evidence based research education, support and resources to manage concussions.
Hawaii Educational Research Network (HERN) (opens in a new window)
HERN is a Research Practice Partnership that supports innovation in public education to inform effective policy and practice through intentional research design that leverages the overlap among researchers, practitioners and resources.
OPIHI: Our Project In Hawaii's Intertidal (opens in a new window)
OPIHI is a citizen science program where teachers and students survey the limu (algae) and invertebrate communities of rocky intertidal areas in Hawai‘i.
STEMS² (opens in a new window)
STEMS² integrates science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with the social sciences and sense of place (S²).
Tinalak (opens in a new window)
Symbolizing “dream weavers”, the charge of Tinalak is to envision, inspire, and weave together Hawaii’s new generation of educators through the recruitment and support of Filipinos in the education field.
Transforming Scientific Practices through Teacher Leadership (opens in a new window)
A model for place-based professional development that sustains indigenous languages and knowledge.