Educational Perspectives 2019

ed perspectives 2019 cover

Issue Contents and Highlights

A letter from ‘Āinahou
Hoa ʻĀinahou

Nā Pou Kihi: Reestablishing the Corner Post of Our
Educational Hale

Joseph Keaweʻaimoku Kaholokula

Hawaiʻi Pono‘ī
Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio

Ka Lei o ka Lanakila: A Letter to the Potential
of Our Lāhui

Erin Kahunawaikaʻala Wright, Nicole Alia Salis Reyes,
Noelani Goodyear-Kaʻōpua, and Katrina-Ann R.
Kapāʻanaokalāokeola Nākoa Oliveira

Ke ‘A‘ali‘i Kū Makani: Kinolau of a Feminist Mo‘olelo
Eōmailani Keonaonalikookalehua Kukahiko

Teaching Qualitative Analysis as Ho‘oku‘iku‘i
or Bricolage

Julie Kaomea

Supporting Hawai‘i’s Preservice Science Teachers in
Designing Culture and Place-Based Instruction

Kirsten Kamaile Noelani Mawyer

Realizing Mauli Ola through Workforce Development:
Educational Resources for Advancing Social Justice
through Indigenous Collaboration

Robin E. S. Miyamoto, Katherine Burke, and Kealoha Fox

I Ola Kohala, Kohala Lives
Tiffnie Kakalia, Dee-Ann Carpenter, Winona K. Lee

New, Old Wisdom – Spirituality, Creativity, and
Science Reimagined: Ancestral Wisdom for
these Times

Meleanna Aluli Meyer and Martina Leialoha Kamaka

“Where are the Brothers?” Native Hawaiian Males
and Higher Education

Loea Akiona

Note: We are committed to being compliant with the WCAG 2.0 Level AA guidelines for web accessibility, however, some older publications may not meet this standard. COE will work with our community members to provide alternative formats when required. Please contact Xu Di at xudi@hawaii.edu directly, or contact coeacc@hawaii.edu.