Engaging students in science and math education through real world companies and technologies
Through the STEM Hawaii website, Educators and Industry members can collaborate to create relevant projects that demonstrate real-world applications of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. These projects can effectively inform and inspire students to pursue further learning and careers in STEM-related pathways. This creates opportunities to ensure economic sustainability for communities in Hawaii.
2012 Walk Story (IPU/KULA)
May 26, 2012 - "Walk Story" is an evaluative activity designed for isisHawaii Ipu Waiwai projects being conducted at Nanakuli/Wai‘anae public elementary schools on the west coast of O‘ahu, Hawai‘i. Dr. VerlieAnn Malina-Wright (EdD) interviewed participating teachers to learn more about their project experiences.
"Walk Story" also includes an interview with one of the "Ipu Waiwai Kula - ‘AE (Aquaponics in Education)" project teachers (JewelynnK). Implementation for KULA is scheduled in SY2012-13, pending construction of aquaponic enclosures.read more