Category Archives: Papa ‘Ekolu

Explain Everything – Papa ‘Ekolu

Explain Everything! Papa ‘Ekolu from KSH Kula Ha’aha’a on Vimeo.

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Ke Ao ‘Imi Na’auao – Knowledge & Wisdom

Ua lehulehu a manomano ka ‘ikena a ka Hawai’i – Engage in critical thinking to apply traditonal knowledge to my contemporary.  The roll out of the iPads is in full swing here at our kula and the haumāna just know … Continue reading

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Becoming Independent Users of the Library

One of our goals for our haumāna (student) is for them to become independent users of the library.  In doing so, our students need to know how to navigate through the library catalog, how to conduct a simple search, how … Continue reading

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How To Books

A How To Book is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. These books are meant to help, assist or inspire life-changing methods and attitudes.  One of the earliest how-to books was published in 1569 … Continue reading

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