What is Service Learning?
Students brainstormed different thoughts and ideas about service learning. The picture above was the foundation to their service learning project.
Throughout the school year students have identified different issues that affect life in Hawaii. They researched their topics, brainstormed ideas to make a difference in these issues, and have started to TAKE ACTION!
In their teams, students are becoming advocates who will educate others through their digital presentations and hands-on approach. A few groups will invite guest speakers to share more about their issues.
Here’s a review of project groups, but stay tuned because more information and pictures from their presentation are coming.
Presentations are May 9 and 10, so come back and checkout this blog on May 10.Issue: Pollution in Hawaii, including air, water, and land Plan of Action: Power point presentation to teach the audience Members: Cailey, Kanekoa, Jake, Jenny Issue: Domestic Violence Plan of Action: Flipbook and brochure to teach the audience Members: Salesi, Anela Issue: Graffiti Plan of Action: Video, brochure, newspaper article, and educational bookmarks to teach the audience Memebers: Cuinn, Blake, Joshua, Gia, Aleiya, Mckenna Issue: Mālama kou kino (Taking Care of our body-Healthy habits) Plan of Action: Healthy recipe book and make a recipe with the audience Members: Kayla, Kahuwai Issue: Mālama ‘āina (Take care of the land) Plan of Action: Activity booklet and planting with Uncle Kawika Members: Makana, Hunter, Xian, Kamakana, Chris, Kyra, Kaohinani, Emma, Leiloa Issue: Mālama Kanaka (Taking Caring of people) Plan of Action: Lā Aloha- A time to use art as a way of showing aloha to individuals in need Members: Ethan, Nalu, Tabbitha, Naeole, Aulii, Kaai, Maka’ala, Naniloa Issue: Drugs & Alcohol Plan of Action: Power point presentation and brochure to teach the auidence Members: Aysha, Kay Leigh, Keegan, Jake, Keawe, Davin, Rydge, Shaneil, Izayah, DJ