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Perspectives for a Diverse America HIDOE PDe3 Course

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Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau and Dr. Patricia Halagao are currently leading a 3 credit PDe3 Course for HIDOE teachers statewide. This course provides a general overview of Perspectives for a Diverse America (PDA), which is a literacy-based curriculum that marries anti-bias social justice content with the rigor of the common core state standards.

The course is running in the following sequence:

1. Perspectives for a Diverse Hawaii Session I – April 30, 2016 8:30am – 4:30pm (face-to- face meeting)

2. Webinars & Online Office Hours: The Anti-Bias Framework in Perspectives, Complex and Diverse Texts for the Common Core and More, and How to Build a Learning Plan

3.Perspectives for a Diverse Hawaii Session II – June 3, 2016 8:30am – 4:30 (face-to- face meeting)

4. Participants Implement PDA ILPs during the Fall 2016 semester; 5. Professional PDA. Portfolios Due on November 1, 2016.

 

Agendas:  April 30, 2016  |  June 3, 2016

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Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) Spring Meeting (2016)

In February of 2016 Amber Strong Makaiau was invited to give a presentation at the CCSSO Social Studies Assessment, Curriculum, and Instruction (SSACI) State Collaborative on Assessment and Student Standards (SCASS) Spring Meeting in California. The title of her presentation was Teaching the C3 Framework P-20: Guidance for Successful Partnerships Between State Agency Representatives and Higher Education.

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2 nd Annual p4c Hawai‘i Art Spring Break Camp

Twenty-two Elementary and Intermediate School students gathered at the Honolulu Museum

of Art on March 28 for the 2nd Annual Art p4c Hawai‘i Spring Break Day Camp. Co-sponsored by the Uehiro Academy, the Honolulu Museum of Art, and Waikiki Elementary School, this intensive class provided students with the opportunity to practice p4c, create art, and make new friends.

This year’s camp was taught by Abbey Day (art) and Dr. Toby Yos (p4c). The students ranged in age from 1 st Grade to 6th Grade. Two-thirds of the students were members of this year’s p4c Mentoring Art Group (p4cM Art) at Waikiki Elementary School. They were joined by past p4cM Art students from 3 other schools. Inspired by this meeting of students from varying schools, Day and Yos entitled this year’s camp “Coming Together: Artistic and Philosophical Expressions of ‘Ohana.”

Through art projects and p4c inquiries, students explored the concept of ‘Ohana (family), reflected upon their own lives & families, and joyfully crafted new friends
hips as they forged their own “Art ‘Ohana.”

This year’s camp was coordinated by the Uehiro Academy’s Dr. Toby Yos and the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Emma Hussey and Abbey Day.

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p4cHI University of Hawai‘i at Manoa College of Education Endorsed Certificate Officially Approved!

 

On February 17 the philosophy for children Hawai‘i (p4cHI) University of Hawai‘i at Manoa College of Education Endorsed Certificate was officially approved! The purpose of the p4cHI College of Education Endorsed Undergraduate Certificate is to meet the growing demand for local, national, and international p4cHI practitioners by creating an institutional pathway for developing, verifying, and officially recognizing the quality of those practitioners. As soon as the Fall semester of the 2016-17 school year the p4cHI College of Education Endorsed Undergraduate Certificate will be administered collaboratively by faculty in the UHM COE Institute for Teacher Education (ITE) and UHM Uehiro Academy. Please email Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau for more information about how to apply for this certificate program. Click here for the application.

 

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The Uehiro Academy Congratulates the 29th Uehiro Essay Contest Winner!

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The 29th Uehiro Essay Contest Winner has been announced! Second grade student, Saki Kataoka, from the Saitama City Daito Elementary School has deeply moved readers with her writing. She will be officially awarded the honor in a ceremony by the Minister of Education and Science on February 6, 2016. Read her essay, “Grandma, Let’s Watch Fireflies Together Again,” clicking here.

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Dr. Jackson’s Taiwan Visit

Thanks to the funding from Taiwan’s Ministry of Technology and Science, Dr. Jackson was able to visit Taiwan for 9 days, from January 2-11, 2016, to promote p4cHI in schools and in teacher education. During the trip, Dr. Jessica Ching-Sze Wang, associate professor at the Department of Education from the National Chiayi University, took Dr. Jackson to our elementary schools to do p4c with children. Dr. Jackson was also invited to give talks to undergraduate education majors and in-service teachers at the department. On January 9, Dr. Jackson and Dr. Wang organized a p4cHI teacher’s workshop where 40 people participated and experienced what it means to create an intellectually safe environment for classroom inquiry and dialogue. With his great sense of humor, his friendliness, and his words of wisdom, Dr. Jackson has touched many lives, young and old, with his gently Socratic message to awaken the inner child within us and to always keep our wonder alive.

Dr. Jackson and Dr. Wang at An-dong Elementary School

Dr. Jackson and Dr. Wang at An-dong Elementary School

Doing p4cHI at An-dong Elementary School, with 37 NCYU undergraduate education students and 80 elementary school students

Doing p4cHI at An-dong Elementary School, with 37 NCYU undergraduate education students and 80 elementary school students

Dr. Jackson with the An-dong school principal

Dr. Jackson with the An-dong school principal

Dr. Jackson with Xing-zhong Elementary School

Dr. Jackson with Xing-zhong Elementary School

Dr. Jackson with Dr. Wang and her graduate students' p4c research team

Dr. Jackson with Dr. Wang and her graduate students’ p4c research team

Dr. Jackson with Dr. Wang and Dr. Hung, Chair of NCYU education department

Dr. Jackson with Dr. Wang and Dr. Hung, Chair of NCYU education department

Dr. Jackson at National Chiayi University with undergraduate education students

Dr. Jackson at National Chiayi University with undergraduate education students

Dr. Jackson at National Chiayi University with undergraduate education students

Dr. Jackson at National Chiayi University with undergraduate education students

Dr. Jackson gave a talk to in-service teachers at education department

Dr. Jackson gave a talk to in-service teachers at education department

Dr. Jackson at the National Chiayi Affiliated Experimental School

Dr. Jackson at the National Chiayi Affiliated Experimental School

Teachers and school administrators observing p4c (along with a group of exchange visitors from Japan)

Teachers and school administrators observing p4c (along with a group of exchange visitors from Japan)

Dr. Jackson celebrating his 72nd birthday with school children

Dr. Jackson celebrating his 72nd birthday with school children

Dr. Jackson with Dr. Wang,  the school principal and teachers from the National Chiayi Affiliated Experimental School

Dr. Jackson with Dr. Wang, the school principal and teachers from the National Chiayi Affiliated Experimental School

Dr. Jackson with teachers' professional group from Xing-zhong Elementary School

Dr. Jackson with teachers’ professional group from Xing-zhong Elementary School

Dr. Jackson at Tai-ping Elementary School

Dr. Jackson at Tai-ping Elementary School

Tai-ping school children writing up p4c inquiry questions

Tai-ping school children writing up p4c inquiry questions

Dr. JAckson with the Tai-ping school principal, Dr. Ching, Dr. Chen, Dr. Wang and Tai-ping teachers, debriefing the p4c session together

Dr. JAckson with the Tai-ping school principal, Dr. Ching, Dr. Chen, Dr. Wang and Tai-ping teachers, debriefing the p4c session together

Dr. Jackson with the Tai-ping school principal, Dr. Ding, former dean of the teachers college, Dr. Chen, former chair of the education department, and Dr. Wang of the National Chiayi University.

Dr. Jackson with the Tai-ping school principal, Dr. Ding, former dean of the teachers college, Dr. Chen, former chair of the education department, and Dr. Wang of the National Chiayi University.

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p4cHI Teachers' Workshop

p4cHI Teachers’ Workshop

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