KED 662 :: Wellbeing Through Education
Fall 2018 @UH Hilo

Credit Hours:
Keiki Kawaiʻaeʻa
808-932-7414 (Ph)
808-932-7214 (Fax)
Instructional Mode:
Instructional Mode:
08/21/2018 - 12/11/2018
4:00pm- 6:45pm
Origination Site: UH Hilo- Haleʻōlelo
Receive Sites: UHM, WCC, UHWO, UHWH Palamanui, UH Maui, UH Maui-Hana Ed, University of Alaska at Fairbanks, University of Arizona, Te Wananga o Awanuirangi Aotearoa, University of Alaska Anchorage, University of Montana, University of British Columbia.
Course Restrictions:
Restricted to students admitted in the MA Indigenous Language and Culture Education, MA Hawaiian Language and Literature programs, and PhD Indigenous Language and Culture Revitalization.
Course Requirements:
See syllabus
Course Description:
This International Seminar explores the psychological and cultural perspectives of human development and well-being of indigenous peoples. The Seminar is designed to promote, nurture, explore and understand the influence of culture on the indigenous person. Of special interest to educators in schools serving indigenous students and individuals working with indigenous communities regarding cultural understandings and change in a historical and contemporary context.
See syllabus
Technical Requirements:
This interactive video (ITV) course is delivered using a videoconferencing system. It allows students to attend the course on a SPECIFIC DAY/TIME and CAMPUS other than the campus where the instructor originates the course. Therefore, distance learners must attend each class session at the SPECIFIC DAY/TIME and SPECIFIC LOCATION.
Additional Notes:
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 07:54:21