CTE Summer Teaching Institute: â€œA Lens on Culture and Place"June 6, 9:00am - 1:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall Hall 106
This yearâ€™s Summer Teaching Institute for MaÌ„noa faculty will trace how this unique place, MaÌ„noa and Hawaiâ€˜i, shapes and inspires us personally and professionally, and how we can infuse this knowledge mindfully into our teaching. Exploring who and where we are can illuminate commonalities and disparities that coexist in our classrooms and communities.
During three half-days of workshops and activities offered by exemplar MÄnoa faculty across diverse disciplines, we will explore a suite of themes and experiences including:
- What is privilege?
- Historical Perspectives on MÄnoa
- Expressing Culture in Science
- Moâ€™olelo: Our Stories
- What is local?
- Island Culture in the Classroom
- Identity, Diversity, Justice, Action
- Genealogy of Place
Selected participants are expected to attend all three days of the Institute and will receive a certificate and digital badge upon completion.
All applications are welcome but priority will be given to MÄnoa faculty.
Schedule of each day:
Wednesday, June 6
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CTE Summer Teaching Institute: â€œA Lens on Culture and Place"Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall Hall 106
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