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Course
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AN INTRO TO THE ʻŌIWI EDGE
INNOVATION PROCESS

 

Course
Overview

xx - xx hours

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Responsive coaching

Submit when youʻre ready

Born from the need to actualize the E Ola! learner outcomes and remove false dichotomies of culture and academic rigor, the ʻŌiwi Edge Innovation Process (ʻŌEIP) was created by Hālau Kupukupu, Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi with the intent to support KS Hawaiʻi educators in designing, delivering and assessing ‘Ōiwi Edge learning experiences that achieve E Ola!

 

In this course you will

  • explore how the ʻŌiwi Edge Innovation Process was developed, iterated, and applied to elevate ʻōiwi learning experiences.

  • engage in and with this indigenous methodology to define, deconstruct, apply and reconstruct meanings and applications of ʻŌiwi Edge terms and phrases that advance rigorous ʻōiwi scholarship.

Kumu
Competency & Submissions

Kumu will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the ʻŌiwi Edge Innovation Process and how to apply the practice terms (kilo, hoʻopaʻa, kā, and paka) in their own teaching and philosophy via three submissions:

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Course Preview

MOCK EXAMPLE: Two-time James Beard award–winning author Michael W. Twitty introduces his book The Cooking Gene, the importance of preserving and promoting family food history, and why everyone should tell their food story.