Community Partner & Exhibitor Tables (Day 1)
Partner / Exhibitor Tables
Meet with exhibitors and STEMS² community partners as they share resources and information about their programs and/or projects. Participants will be able to move between community partner tables and poster sessions freely during the hour.
June 30th, 2021, 10:15am–11:15am HST
Location: Posters & Partners (Gather.Town)
ʻUlu Education ToolkitThe ʻUlu Education Toolkit is an interactive online database where educators and families can search and organize materials as needed by grade, subject matter, resource type, and/or academic standard, designed to support educators in incorporating lessons about ʻulu into the classroom, school garden, and formal or informal learning environments. This project is the result of a multi-year collaboration among the Hawai‘i ‘Ulu Cooperative, Hawai‘i Farm to School Hui/Hawai‘i Public Health Institute, the STEMS² Program at the UH Mānoa College of Education, and other community partners – including dozens of individual resource contributors drawing on the mana‘o, experience, and hard work of many organizations and individuals. The supplementary resources, videos, recipes, lessons, and unit plans share not only valuable knowledge about ‘ulu and other indigenous crops, but also the values of mālama ‘āina, ‘ike from both traditional and contemporary sources, and ola for Hawai‘i, especially for our keiki. STEMS² Pillars: Makawalu, Moʻolelo, Sense of Place, Advocacy
E Ala E Hawaiian Cultural CenterE Ala E Hawaiian Cultural Center (EHCC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Hawaiian cultural organization formed in Virginia in December 2017 to preserve and perpetuate the vibrancy of the Native Hawaiian people and culture. The organization was founded with a shared vision and common values to help create an inclusive community for people from all backgrounds to come together in the spirit of aloha. STEMS² Pillars: Aʻo, Makawalu, Moʻolelo, Sense of Place, Advocacy
Hawai‘i Scholars for Education and Social JusticeHawai’i Scholars for Education and Social Justice (HSESJ) is a volunteer group of researchers in Hawai‘i who conducts, reviews, and disseminates research related to education and social justice in Hawai‘i. Our goal is to use research to promote dialogue and create an informed consciousness about public education in our State. We partner with educators, educational groups, and non-profit organizations. STEMS² Pillars: Makawalu, Advocacy