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Funded by the Education of Native Hawaiians Program
of the US Dept. of Education (October 2003-2006)
Although this project has ended, you can still email us!
Does your school have these “SciHI” Binders & Films? At least one set was delivered to all public charter, middle and
high schools in Hawaii in 2007. Ask your principal and/or Science department head where it’s hiding! Unfortunately, we have no binder sets left and no funds remain
to order more. But all materials, including updates, can be found here on this Web site. These include:
We hope these resources are beneficial to you, and welcome your input any time (contact info is below)! Māhalo for your interest. :)
Nā Hana Ma Ka Ahupua‘a, Science in Hawai‘i, is a 3 year Native Hawaiian Education project funded by a US DOE grant. The curriculum offers middle and
high school teachers over one year of General Science Lessons centered on the Interdependence of Natural Resources in our watersheds, the Ahupua‘a of Hawai‘i.
Evidence-based components infused into the curriculum to help all students succeed include:
More about our curriculum
Hawaiian punctuation continues to baffle computers when online, so you’ll find kahako and okina are missing on parts of our Web
pages. However, all student handouts should print with correct punctuation—if they don’t, please let us know by e-mailing us at
the address below. Māhalo nui loa!
Please contact Lisa Galloway for more information.
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