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  • HGCI Spring 2015 Session for Students
    for Students Hawai i Green Collar Institute Spring 2015 Session on Ocean Conservation and Careers for Leeward High School Students March 16 20 Monday Friday 2015 8 00 am 3 00 pm Mahalo to all who participated in this HGCI program be they students speakers site hosts scientists and resource managers We had a great week with 18 bright and inspiring students from Wai anae to Waipahu They had a

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  • HGCI Teacher Workshop on Art & Aquaponics
    list Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Hawai i Green Collar Institute HGCI Teacher Workshop on Art Aquaponics In November 2014 the Art Aquaponics professional development course concluded with the Art Aquaponics Symposium Here are two videos that give a glimpse of what the teachers and public learned motivating them to pursue aquaponics enhanced by art Art Aquaponics Education in Hawai i part 1 from Malama Learning Center on Vimeo Art Aquaponics Education in Hawai i part 2 from Malama Learning Center on Vimeo Leeward Oʻahu teachers here is another opportunity for training in aquaponics this time infused with art to support STEAM science technology engineering art and math education Pending DOE approval you can also earn 3 PD credits Sign up for our Hawaiʻi Green Collar Institute workshop for teachers that will include site visits to aquaponics operations large and small and build your own table top aquaponics system A final and exciting part of the workshop is to participate in an Art Aquaponics symposium open to other teachers students and the public to share what you have learned about incorporating aquaponics and art in your classroom The dates are September 6

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  • HGCI Teacher Workshop on Marine Education and Careers
    teacher workshop addressing marine conservation education and careers One of the eye opening site visits was to the new NOAA Inouye Regional Center on Ford Island Mahalo to Patty Miller of NOAA for coordinating our visit We also had a great time learning about limu seaweed and how to make beautiful pressed specimens under the guidance of Uncle Henry Chang Wo and Wally Ito We also learned about fishes spawning and the art of gyotaku fish printing by Matt Ramsey and Eva Schemmel Teachers learned that these activities can be the foundation upon which to develop lessons in STEAM science technology engineering art and math In August we will reconnect with these teachers to share lesson plans that they have developed on marine conservation and careers Leeward Oʻahu teachers interested in marine education this is your chance to get some hands on and hands fun experience in a professional development workshop this summer and you can earn 3 PD credits as well Sign up for our Hawaiʻi Green Collar Institute workshop for teachers that will include site visits to learn how agencies and organizations address marine conservation and other issues as well as learn skills in limu seaweed pressing and

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  • PROGRAMS
    have an exciting and new professional development opportunity for you This course will explore the techniques and strategies behind the Mālama ʻĀina Field School Field School at Nānākuli a program we have been coordinating for the past two years The curriculum spanning mauka to makai engages students in team based hands on activities that inspire investigation and learning as well as self and community pride It also integrates real world learning as students visit sites both in their communities and outside guided by environmental and cultural professionals Thanks to our partnership with the Hawai i State Teachers Association you can earn 3 PD credits by completing the full requirements of the course for only 40 The dates are March 28 and July 17 plus two dates in June and July of your choice during the Field School The program fee is 40 which includes some meals and supplies To apply please download the application or contact us at info at malamalearningcenter org Spaces are limited and the deadline to apply is March 6 so don t wait Mahalo to the Kamehameha Schools Ka Pua Initiative and Hawai i State Teachers Association for supporting this course Application Word Syllabus Program Plan HGCI Spring 2015 Session for Students Hawai i Green Collar Institute Spring 2015 Session on Ocean Conservation and Careers for Leeward High School Students March 16 20 Monday Friday 2015 8 00 am 3 00 pm Mahalo to all who participated in this HGCI program be they students speakers site hosts scientists and resource managers We had a great week with 18 bright and inspiring students from Wai anae to Waipahu They had a full week of activities including hiking the Palikea trail to better understand the ahupua a and watershed hiking to Ka ena Point to see a healthy

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    and build your own table top aquaponics system A final and exciting part of the workshop is to participate in an Art Aquaponics symposium open to other teachers students and the public to share what you have learned about incorporating aquaponics and art in your classroom The dates are September 6 20 and November 15 2014 The program fee is 75 which includes supplies lunch and the aquaponics system To apply please download the application or contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Spaces are limited and the deadline to apply is August 22 so don t wait Mahalo to the Nā Lei Aloha Foundation and other program partners for supporting this workshop Syllabus HGCI Teacher Workshop on Marine Education and Careers We had a great time getting immersed in things marine with a fun group of teachers during our recent Hawaiʻi Green Collar Institute teacher workshop addressing marine conservation education and careers One of the eye opening site visits was to the new NOAA Inouye Regional Center on Ford Island Mahalo to Patty Miller of NOAA for coordinating our visit We also had a great time learning about limu seaweed and how to make beautiful pressed specimens under the guidance of Uncle Henry Chang Wo and Wally Ito We also learned about fishes spawning and the art of gyotaku fish printing by Matt Ramsey and Eva Schemmel Teachers learned that these activities can be the foundation upon which to develop lessons in STEAM science technology engineering art and math In August we will reconnect with these teachers to share lesson plans that they have developed on marine conservation and careers Leeward Oʻahu teachers interested in marine education this is your chance to get some hands on and hands

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  • PROGRAMS
    am 2 30 pm times may start later and end later on some days We are now recruiting high school students grades 10 12 from Leeward and West O ahu to learn about environmental issues in your community and future jobs in green collar careers during Fall Intersession break The focus of this session is on protecting our oceans and coastlines There will be field trips hands on activities and good fun All applicants must submit an application form Preference will be given to students who have not attended a previous HGCI session Please download the application materials below or contact us at 692 8200 x2267 or This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information Application deadline is February 7 2014 A 20 program fee is required after acceptance into the program This session of HGCI is conducted by Mālama Learning Center in partnership with Leeward Community College Hālau Ike O Pu uloa Funding is provided generously by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration under the Marine Education and Training Mini Grant Program HGCI Teacher Workshop 2013 Environmental Education Workshop on Aquaponics Saturdays March 2 April 27 August 24 2013 3 part workshop attendance on all days required 8 am 5 pm The workshop has concluded Please let us know if you would like to be informed of future aquaponics workshops Aquaponics aquaculture combined with hydroponics is a great vehicle to achieve learning targets for students of all ages In this workshop series you will be immersed in learning about various types of aquaponic systems and building a small unit for your school valued at 200 Training to operate it is included along with time to develop and share lesson plans that support environmental and STEM education Here s a

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  • PROGRAMS
    ocean conservation and careers We had such a great time with them and felt energized by their enthusiasm for learning and for serving their communities Mahalo to NOAA for supporting this session through a Marine Education and Training Mini Grant We also wish to thank all the groups and individuals who helped as speakers and site hosts Pacific Rim Conservation Lindsay Young Camp Mokulēʻia David Turner and Jenta Russell Hoakalei Cultural Foundation Kim Kalama Mālama Maunalua Kimo Franklin NOAA Navigating Change Matt Limtiaco Leeward Community College Aulii Silva Felicia Favero and others State Dept of Land and Natural Resources Betsy Gagne and Hawaiian Astronomical Society It was a fun action packed week learning to appreciate the ocean environment and how to care for it through volunteer actions and careers Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information Mahalo nui loa to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA for sponsoring this session HGCI Fall 2012 Session Mahalo All for a GREAT week during Fall Break 2012 We really enjoyed working with our students from Wai anae Nanakuli Anuenue and Kapolei High Schools to study about our streams oceans and watersheds We are now recruiting high school students grades 10 12 from Leeward and West O ahu to learn about environmental issues in your community and future jobs in green collar careers during Fall Intersession break October 1 5 Monday Friday 2012 9 am 2 pm times may start earlier and end later on some days The focus of this session is on protecting our streams oceans and watersheds There will be field trips hands on activities and good fun All applicants must submit an application form and at least 1 reference form Preference will be given to

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  • PROGRAMS
    sludge recycling plant Mahalo to Instructor Darwin Bohnet for partnering with us to expose these students to new insights and ideas that could help their community Thanks to a grant from the State Departments of Health and Business Economic Development and Tourism students focusing on STEM Science Technology Engineering and Math received two free credits Contact This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 692 8220 ext 2267 to find out more Download the flyer here HGCI Summer 2012 Session for Teachers and High School Students Our first joint educator student Hawaiʻi Green Collar Institute seminar on June 5 8 was a great success according to the evaluations we received from our participants We heard Great workshop Makes me excited to get back into the classroom and Have more workshops like this I would definitely go to the ones in the future What a life changing experience We wish to thank the 14 teachers and 14 students who attended our 5 field trip hosts and 13 speakers for making such an impact on all of us There were many highlights including the visit to Happyponics in Lualualei Valley where we learned how to build our own aquaponic systems for use as classroom resources Mahalo also to the HSTA and DOE for assisting with the offering of professional development credits This was our schedule June 5 Theme on Sustainable models Visited Kipuka Kalani Iki project an agricultural and natural resources program at Kalani High School and participated in hands on activity led by educators Stephen Kow and Ken Kajihara June 6 Theme on Native Plant Conservation and Wastewater Management and Recycling Visited LCC s native plant nursery and worked on seed propagation heard from guest speaker Lilian Stoddard of the State Department

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