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ʻOhana ʻIke: Celebrating Native Hawaiian Perspectives and Empowering Families on their Journey towards Higher Education

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Transcript of ʻOhana ʻIke: Celebrating Native Hawaiian Perspectives and Empowering Families on their Journey towards Higher Education


'Ohana 'Ike: Celebrating Native Hawaiian Perspectives and Empowering Families on their Journey towards Higher Education
July 2013
Presenters: Andrea Dias and Jenny Crawford
Presentation Overview
Culture-Based Education
I ka ' ōlelo no ke ola,
I ka ' ōlelo no ka make
Mo'olelo
'Oli 'Ike Pono
Jenny
'Ōlelo Hawai'i
Goals of 'Ohana 'Ike
Pilina 'Ohana: Philosophy of 'Ohana 'Ike
Pilina Kaiaulu:
One Heart, One Mind
Increase family expectations for their children to continue their education after high school
Increase families' knowledge
and skills in
completing the college
planning process
Increase the number of students who
are accepted to an educational program
after high school

Ke koho pono
Ka ho'ohina 'ana i ka wa'a
Ke kālai ana i ka wa'a
Kauō i ka wa'a
E ho'olako i ka wa'a
Ho'olana i ka wa'a
What is Culture-Based Education?
How does 'Ohana 'Ike bring Culture-Based Education to life?
How does Culture-Based Education empower families to prepare for their Journey towards Higher Education
Adults: 'E komo mai i loko o nei au 'ike ē
Enter into this time of knowledge and learning

Youth: He 'ike pono ia, 'ae e komo nō
It is righteous learning, yes I will engage

Adults: No kou pono a i ko'o no nā kama ē
(It is) for your benefit and to provide support for all people

Youth: He mau kama aloha a mahalo nō,
People who are gracious and appreciative,

ALL: He aloha a mahalo ē. (3x)
Sharing love and gratitude.

'Ohana Promise
Ke Ali'i Bernice Pauahi Paki Bishop
(1831-1884)
"Three Great Things"
'Ekolu Mea Nui
Mana'olana
Aloha
Mana'o'i'o
Pī'āpā-The Hawaiian Alphabet
A Pau.
HO'OLAUNA
Andrea
Ni'ihau a Kahelelani
Ka Moku o Ni´ihau
Kaua'i a Manokalanipo
Ka Moku o Kaua'i
E 'ike ana 'oe i ke li'i nui o O'ahu, 'o Kakuhihewa
Ka Moku o O'ahu
Na hono a Pi'ilani
Na Moku o Moloka'i a me Lana'i
Maui a Kama
Ka Moku o Maui
Hawai'i nui a Keawe
Ka Moku o Keawe

'Ekolu mea nui ma ka honua
'O ka mana'o'i'o, ka mana'olana
A me ke aloha, ke aloha kai 'oi a'e
Pōmaika'i nā mea a pau
Pōmaika'i nā mea a pau.
Ka Na'i Aupuni
E Hawai'i nui kuauli
E nā hono a'o Pi'ilani
O'ahu o Kākuhihewa
Kaua'i o Manokalanipō
Kaua'i o Manokalanipō

Hui:
E na'i wale nō 'oukou
I ku'u pono a'ole pau
I ke kumu pono o Hawai'i
E mau ke ea o ka 'āina i ka pono
E mau ke ea o ka 'āina i ka pono

I ho'okahi kahi ka mana'o
I ho'okahi kahi pu'uwai
I ho'okahi kahi ke aloha
E mau ke ea o ka 'āina i ka pono
E mau ke ea o ka 'āina i ka pono
O Hawai'i, of the verdant land
O Bays of Pi'ilani,
O'ahu of Chief Kākuhihewa
Kaua'i of Chief Manokalanipō

Chorus:
Conquer you all must
For my deeds have not yet been fulfilled
In obtaining a common good for Hawai'i
To preserve the life of the land of righteousness

Together as one, one in mind
Together as one, one in heart
Together as one, one in love
We can preserve the life of the land of righteousness
Song of Hawaiian Unity




Will and Codicils
The Thirteenth Article specified:
I give, devise and bequeath all of the rest, residue and remainder of my estate real and personal, wherever situated unto the trustees… to erect and maintain in the Hawaiian Islands two schools, each for boarding and day scholars, one for boys and one for girls, to be known as, and called the Kamehameha Schools.

I direct my trustees to invest the remainder of my estate…and to devote a portion of each year’s income to the support and education of orphans, and others in indigent circumstances, giving the preference to Hawaiians of pure or part aboriginal blood;


How does 'Ohana 'Ike empower families to prepare for their journey towards higher education?
MAHALO NUI
Essential Question: How can you utilize Culture-Based Education strategies to achieve family engagement within your communities?
"Culture-based education refers to the grounding of instruction and student learning in the values, norms, knowledge, beliefs, practices, experiences, places, and language that are the foundation of a cultural group"
EMERGING FINDINGS...
Community Connections
School Engagement
Increased Student Outcomes
Grade 7: "Selecting the tree"
Grade 8: "Felling the tree"
Grade 9: "Hewing the canoe"
Grade 11: "Provisioning the canoe"
Grade 12: "Launching the canoe"
Grade 10: "Hauling the
canoe"
Goal-setting
Learning Styles
Study Skills
HS Course Planning
Support Network
Community Engagement Activities
Career Exploration
Personal Statement
Test Taking Strategies
Entrance Exams
Support Network
Career Exploration
College Application Process
Personal Statement

Senior Year Timeline
Work Sessions
College Application
Personal Statement
Financial Aid
Average Student Population: 900
71% Native Hawaiians
72% Free or Reduced-Cost Lunch
'E komo mai i loko o nei au 'ike ē
He 'ike pono ia, 'ae e komo nō
No kou pono a i ko'o no nā kama ē
He mau kama aloha a mahalo nō,
He aloha a mahalo ē. (3x)
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