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Ho ‘ opilina : The Call for Cultural Relevance in Education

@inproceedings{iaupuni2014HoO,
  title={Ho ‘ opilina : The Call for Cultural Relevance in Education},
  author={Shawn Malia Kana ‘ iaupuni and Brandon C. Ledward},
  year={2014}
}
  • Shawn Malia Kana ‘ iaupuni, Brandon C. Ledward
  • Published 2014
  • The research findings presented here are the results from a much larger project, the Hawaiian Cultural Influences in Education study. The exploratory analysis examines teaching practices used to achieve greater relevance. The data include teachers and schools representing the diverse social and cultural milieu found in the state of Hawai‘i. Regardless of school type, teachers from different cultural backgrounds recognize the advantages of cultural relevance, reporting a range of culturally… CONTINUE READING

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