These presentations introduce students to the fundamentals of understanding our island home: the physical environment, traditional culture, and historical transformations.
We recognize that A‘ole pau ka ‘ike i ka halau ho‘okahi, that all knowledge does not come from one school. What we present is just one aspect of the greater whole, and can supplement other learning materials.
- Mid-Oceanic Volcanism: the formation of the Islands
- Shaping the Islands: Erosion and Reef Growth
- Shaping the Land: Island by Island
- Climate, Water and Soils
- Ecosystems and Living Beings
- Natural Hazards and Safety
Traditional Hawaiian Culture:
- Oceanic Navigation and Land-Finding
- Canoe Building: Oceanic Science and Technology
- Ahupua‘a: Traditional Environmental and Resource Management
- ‘Āina Momona: Making the Land “Fat”
- Ho‘oponopono: Conflict Resolution
- The World Meets Hawai‘i: Voyagers and the Contact Era
- Changes in the Land and Peoples: Impact and Legacy of the Plantations
- Understanding Hawaiian Sovereignty
Cost: $125 per session.
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