MALA'IKE LEARNING GARDEN Where Knowledge Grows

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MALA'IKE LEARNING GARDEN   Where Knowledge Grows
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"Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth. Thus one learns." Hawaiian Proverb
 
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Do you need an iconic costume accessory for a Christmas pageant, a musical review, or dramatic presentation? Then these glittered versions of the classic Reindeer Hat might be just the thing to push your holiday celebration over-the-top. Ten pages
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This is a 10-page document that encourages students to have fun with color patterns. 6-page instruction book will guide you with photos and finishing tips, "How to Prepare & Sew a Paper Garland." Also Included: flower template, gift bag label
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Hawaiian Culture, History, Art, Crafts, Drama, Literature

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style strives to incorporate multi-faceted lessons. I start with a learning standard and then extend and enhance it with drama, dance, and hands-on crafts. I see a single lesson as a collection of learning desserts. My presentation is an invitation. If not all, then hopefully at least one of the "learning desserts" will delight and inspire.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Honorable Discharge--U.S. Navy 1970

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Kamehameha School; B.A.--St. John's College, Santa Fe, NM (History of Science)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am Native Hawaiian, raised in the sugar plantation town of Aiea, on the island of Oahu. I spent four years in the Navy and returned home in 1970. My entry into elementary education occurred in the year 2000, when I trained and was hired as a Kupuna--a Hawaiian culture "elder-in-the-classroom" teacher. Today, I am a long-term substitute teacher who has taught K-6 for twelve years.

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