Speakers: Karen Knudsen, Director of East-West Center External Affairs Jeremiah Brown, ESL Coordinator, Waipahu High School Sean Hamamura, Special Education Teacher/Language Arts, Mililani High School Gerry Kolbeck, Technology Coordinator, Lunalilo Elementary School
This week’s bookshelf spotlights new releases on Education in Southeast Asia.
The University of Hawaiʻi, Mānoa will host the 8th Engaging with Viet Nam Conference with a focus on an interdisciplinary dialogue between academics and the arts.
Join the UH Mānoa College of Education on 10/4 for the 2016 Daeufer Lecture Series “Pedagogic Possibilities of Cosmopolitanism” by Dr. Fazal Abbas Rizvi.
Join the UH Mānoa College of Ed. on Oct. 4 for the 2016 Daeufer Education Lecture by Dr. Fazal Rizvi on “Pedagogic Possibilities of Cosmopolitanism”.
Want to explore more about teaching? Check out the new Curriculum Implications of Multicultural Education next semester.
Dr. Minh-Anh Nguyen’s talks on embedding art psychotherapy into a kindergarten curriculum to promote positive relationships between kindergarteners and their parents.
Join CSEAS and the Education Dept. for a talk on embedding art psychotherapy into a kindergarten curriculum in Viet Nam.
Join CSEAS for a heroic tale that transforms into an examination of the Aetas’ ethnic group’s psyche and their sad but accepted place in national politics. A series of short films on education in Southeast Asia will accompany the film after the feature presentation.
Our bookshelf spotlights new releases on Timor-Leste in honor of its Independence Day on May 20.