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E Ulu is a generated space for imprinting the moʻolelo of our kauhale. Through kumu and haumāna-centered research, E Ulu provides transparent access to our ʻŌiwi Edge experiences and records our growth as genuine examples of promising practice, focused and centered on the well-being of our haumāna, our kauhale, and our lāhui.


SY 2022-23

Building a Learning Ecosystem at the Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi Campus

E Ulu 3 continues to serve as a repository of moʻolelo by Kumu that reflect the school redesign activities of our kauhale. In this web-based edition, independent innovation projects are presented as personalized excerpts, abridged action research findings, or condensed exploratory inquiries.

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Journey of Self, Curriculum, Instruction, & Pedagogy for School Redesign

E Ulu 2 is an anthology of moʻolelo  by Kumu that reflect the journey of school redesign of our kauhale. Each contribution demonstrates our campus' commitment to the core elements of the redesign process: personalized learning, critical consciousness through social justice and issues-based learning, and social-emotional learning.

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Pursuing Pilina for ʻŌiwi Edge Learning & Teaching

E Ulu 1 is our inaugural campus publication of Kumu scholarship. This collection of action research, inquiries, and explorations produced a corpus of ʻŌiwi Edge Kumu scholarship that highlights their creativity, rigor, and risk-taking that took place during the 2020-2021 school year.

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