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Pauahi

June 2 - 27:

‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i - Pili ‘Ohana

“Pili ‘Ohana” – Family Relationships
In ka papa Pili ‘Ohana (the Pili ‘Ohana course) we will revisit some of the concepts taught in E Ola Ka ‘Ohana and build on them by taking a closer look at family relationships and interactions amongst family members.  Sentence patterns will focus on introducing and describing family members as well what they enjoy doing. Course activities will include practice exercises and the creation of a digital photo journal about your ‘Ohana.

 

Cost of course is $25.

 

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Pauahi

June 2 - 27:

H4 ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i: Kuleana

“E kuahui like i ka hana” – Let everybody pitch in and work together
Through various ‘ōlelo no‘eau or Hawaiian Proverbs, the importance of working together and completing your share of the kuleana can be seen. This Papa ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i course will focus on kuleana or responsibility. The vocabulary and grammar selected will enable the learner to give and receive commands, follow instructions, and communicate desires for help around the house. Course activities will help you to practice, develop, and share your skills with your ‘ohana.

Cost of course is $25.

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June 9 - 27:

M1 Ola Nā Iwi

“Ola Nā Iwi” – The bones live - said of a respected oldster who is well cared for by his family. (Pūku'i, 2488) Let us honor and care for our kūpuna (ancestors) by learning about their mo‘olelo (story) and perpetuating their values and beliefs.  This course introduces the mo‘olelo of creation by focusing on the Kumulipo (Hawaiian creation belief) and the Story of Hāloa. You and your ‘ohana will be able to make personal connections to these mo‘olelo by researching and documenting your own mo‘okū‘auhau (genealogy).

Cost of course is $25.

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General Program and Course Information
Would you like to reconnect with your roots and share the Hawaiian culture with your ‘ohana?  Join us in an online enrichment program for adults interested in the Hawaiian culture and language. Discover Hawaiian values, beliefs and traditions in the comfort of your own home and at your own pace.

Courses are only $25.00 (except for FREE coures, for which there is no charge) and include a facilitator for 3-4 weeks, access to materials for a full year. If you complete the course, you'll also be mailed an incentive.

Target Audience
Parents, caregivers, alumni, educators and all other interested adults who want to learn more about Hawaiian history, language and cultural practices via distance education.

Program Goals
To provide:

  • culturally-based learning opportunities worldwide via a self-paced online environment;
  • access to culturally-relevant resources to share with their families;
  • a virtual community where they can share ideas, resources and experiences related to ‘Ike Hawai‘i
Current Collaborators

The following organizations and internal Kamehameha Schools (KS) groups are currently offering A‘o Makua courses to their constituents:

Leeward Community College Associate in Arts in Teaching
Partners In Development Foundation, Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana
Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation
KS Financial Aid and Scholarship Services
  • Post-High (Nā Ho‘okama a Pauahi & ‘Imi Naāuao)
  • Preschool (Pauahi Keiki Scholars & Kipona Scholarship Program)
For more information, visit our A'o Makua Collaborations page.
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