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Learning to Listen Episode 1 2024

March 27 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change returns with three new conversations featuring inspiring leaders working on the frontlines of current and emerging issues for children and families. The conversations are for everyone who cares for and about babies and children, and the families, professionals, and communities that protect, nurture, and enjoy them.

All Learning to Listen conversations are one-hour long and feature live Spanish translation, closed-captioning, and an interactive Q and A. Certificates of attendance are available.

 

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Episode 1: Reigniting Kānaka Hawaiʻi Identity Through Education: Experiences of a half-century of decolonizing and indigenous social justice work

with Walter Kahumoku, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor & Associate Professor at UH West O’ahu

Wednesday, March 27, 2024, 3 PM ET / 12 PM PT

Dr. Walter Kahumoku III

Executive Assistant to the Chancellor & Associate Professor at UH West O’ahu

Dr. Walter Kahumoku III is currently the Executive Assistant to the Chancellor at UH West Oʻahu and the former Director of the Kauhale Kīpaipai (Educator Professional Development) department of the Kamehameha Schools. A former school administrator, writing specialist, high school teacher, and director of forensics, Dr. Kahumoku has dedicated his life’s work to improving the educational well-being of Hawaiian learners. His publications and presentations advocate for cultural, linguistic, and indigenous educational approaches that advance meaningful, relevant, rigorous, relationship-based, and responsibility-focused leading, teaching, and learning. For over 30 years in education, he has experience in teacher and administrator education, curriculum development, instructional strategies, and assessment, professional development, and educational policy.

 

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At a Glance

March 27 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Cost: $FREE