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Thursday, January 5 (16:30-17:30)

66204 | The Nature, the Coincidences in “Hanalei Bay” by Murakami Haruki
67016 | Development of Multifaceted Character Culture Through Collaboration in Japan: The Sanrio Case
66790 | Integrated Early STEM through PBL in Makerspaces: Lessons from Professional Development with K-3 Educators
66235 | Public Elementary School Teachers’ Learning in the Professional Development of Culturally Responsive Teaching in Physical Education for Japanese Language Learners
66092 | Reforming Course Outcomes: A Distributed Leadership Approach
66774 | Enhancing Students’ English Speaking Proficiency and Financial Knowledge with Digital Storytelling
65848 | Exploring Social-Emotional Augmentation through Human-Machine Hybridity: Outcomes of the Design Workshop
66852 | Visual Representation-based Creative Problem-solving
67333 | Appraising Asset-based Community Development as ESD: Global Village 2019 Case Study
65230 | Early Childhood Education (ECE) Challenges in Pakistan 2022
66574 | Private Tutoring and Students’ Attitudes in High and Low Socio-Economic Schools
65947 | Substitute Teachers: Building Teaching Capacity
67323 | Development of Artificial Intelligence Chatbot to Protect Students From School Violence and Verification of Effectiveness
65916 | Developing Animated Video Material to Enhance Learning of Conversational Formulaic Sequences in English and Motivation Toward Studying Abroad
66042 | Students’ Experience and Perspectives on Translanguaging in a CLIL Language Course in a Japanese University
65142 | The Importance of Wait Time in Teaching EFL to Children
66720 | Examining the Type of Relationship that Exist Between Higher Education and Economic Growth in USA
67350 | Getting Into and Navigating College Life: Exploring Experiences and Perspectives of Micronesian Students: A Qualitative Study
66282 | How Can Nonbinary Singular “They” be Introduced to English Learners?
66709 | Identifying the Level of Physical Activity (PA) in College Students
67399 | Research on Higher Education Fostering a Sense of Social Responsibility
66244 | What is Mathematics and Mathematics Teaching?: A Study Exploring Prospective Teachers’ Perceptions
65580 | Developing Recreation Therapy Service Quality Using Quality of Service Instruments
66326 | Leveraging Digital Innovation for Teaching in any Discipline: Importing Ideas and Exporting New Knowledge
67018 | An Alternative Grief Model for Third Culture Kids During Transition
65163 | STEM Picture Books- Identity and Representation: Whose Story Is Being Told Anyway?
67213 | A Landscape of the Community of Practice for an International Volunteer Project on Zoom
66789 | How Informal STEM Learning Shapes Student Professional Skills
67193 | Age and Gender Comparisons of the Effect of the Global Pandemic on Anxiety, Depression, and Resilience in Adolescents
65412 | Embodied Cognition: A Strength for Adolescents’ Academic Achievement and Well-being in the Classroom?
67278 | Examining the Effects of Discrimination on Academic and Socioemotional Outcomes in Mexican-origin Adolescents: A Parallel Mediation Model
67127 | Longitudinal Relation Between Parents’ Familism Values and Latinx American Youth’s School Disengagement: Identifying Potential Neural Moderators
65849 | Perceptual Restoration in Seek of Educational Implications
66915 | Educational Tasks and Practices as Antecedents of Students Creativity
66082 | Efficient Endodontic Treatment Training Using Three-dimensional Printed Tooth Replicas
66168 | Japanese Elementary School Teacher’s Learning Experiences of Online Physical Education Professional Development Regarding Parental Involvement of Immigrants
62084 | Modeling Secondary Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK)
67216 | New Graduate Nurses’ Work-life Balance Prediction Due to Patient Safety Incidents During Transition
65945 | College Educators’ Use of Culture in Teaching Practice and Students’ Creativity
65232 | Content Analysis of Feedback Journals for New Nurses from Preceptor Nurses using Text Network Analysis
66708 | Developing Resilient Practitioners for Turbulent Health Care Systems: A Radical Curriculum Redesign
66562 | Effect of Team-based Professional Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation on Nursing Education Using a High-fidelity Patient Simulator
65714 | Exploring Early Childhood Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy
62177 | Online and Face-to-Face Yoga Instruction: How Do These Compare in the Areas of Anxiety and Flexibility?

The draft version of the Conference Programme will be available online on November 29, 2022. All registered delegates will be notified of this publication by email.

*Please be aware that the above schedule may be subject to change.


Featured Presentations

  • Hindsight, Foresight, and Our Post-COVID Future
    Hindsight, Foresight, and Our Post-COVID Future
    Keynote Presentation: Paul McKimmy
  • Internationalisation and Cooperation in East Asian Higher Education
    Internationalisation and Cooperation in East Asian Higher Education
    Keynote Presentation: Brendan Howe
  • Hidden Hawaiʻi: A Huakaʻi through the Native Realities of Our Island Home
    Hidden Hawaiʻi: A Huakaʻi through the Native Realities of Our Island Home
    Keynote Presentation: Julie Kaomea
  • Weaving Knowledge Systems and Nurturing the Next Generation to Care for Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument
    Weaving Knowledge Systems and Nurturing the Next Generation to Care for Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument
    Panel Presentation: Pelika Andrade, Kai Hoshijo, Haunani Kāne, Randall Kosaki, Kanoe Morishige
  • Voyaging: From the Canoe to the Classroom
    Voyaging: From the Canoe to the Classroom
    Panel Presentation: Chris Blake, Mark K. Ellis, Catherine Fuller, Linda Furuto
  • Hawaiian Cultural Presentation: Poi Pounding
    Hawaiian Cultural Presentation: Poi Pounding
    Cultural Presentation: Darwin Kaneaiakala

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Attendee Guide

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Hindsight, Foresight, and Our Post-COVID Future
Keynote Presentation: Paul McKimmy

The COVID pandemic challenged higher education to adapt to new parameters on a timeline no one saw coming. Typically slow to change, educational institutions made difficult changes on an accelerated timeline and under stressful conditions. Components of online education shifted from secondary to primary importance for nearly all institutions. As a result, some colleges closed under the strain. Now in the post-pandemic phase, we can reflect on which pre-pandemic institutional efforts paid dividends during the crisis. As a lead on the planning and support of online programs at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, and as chair of the Mānoa Distance Learning Committee, the presenter was positioned to support and observe efforts in multiple programs. This presentation will discuss observations and predictions relating to promising institutional strategies that have and will continue to benefit our programs in the post-pandemic reality.

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Internationalisation and Cooperation in East Asian Higher Education
Keynote Presentation: Brendan Howe

East Asia (including both Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia) is a region that has contributed greatly to the concept of an “Asia-Pacific Century.” This focus has been justified by the East Asian economic development “miracle,” the absence of interstate war in the “long peace of East Asia,” and an “Eastphalian peace.” Reference has also been made to East Asia’s other miracle, the decline of mass atrocities, while Freedom House notes it is the only region of the world to have made significant gains in political freedoms in recent years. Educational institutions in the region have made steady progress up international league tables. There is growing participation by East Asian scholars in international conferences such as those organised by ISA, WISC, DSA, and AAS, and a growing number of conferences organised by such associations in Asia. Yet, many obstacles stand in the way of a true internationalisation of higher education. These include a paucity of resources, a shortage of publishing outlets, language barriers, an emphasis on hard sciences and disciplines which promote economic growth (econophoria), and relatedly, the pull of policy relevant work that offers greater prestige and financial rewards. In some cases, nationalism, and in other cases a subaltern relationship to the West (sometimes both together), restrict regional educational cooperation and development. This presentation will discuss some of these issues and shortcomings, but also propose opportunities for overcoming the challenges.

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Hidden Hawaiʻi: A Huakaʻi through the Native Realities of Our Island Home
Keynote Presentation: Julie Kaomea

A huakaʻi is a journey taken with purpose and intention. In contrast to a pleasure-seeking tour of “must-see” attractions, our kūpuna set off on huakaʻi with humility, respect, and an open mind, allowing themselves to be moved and transformed by the people and places they meet along the way. In a similar spirit, I invite you to join in this virtual huakaʻi to the “Hidden Hawaiʻi” experienced by a group of classroom teachers and graduate students in my semester-long course in Contemporary Native Hawaiian Education. We’ll journey back in time to uncover the suppressed histories of a once flourishing and internationally recognised Hawaiian nation. We’ll lay bare the stark, contemporary realities behind the touristic sheen of glossy postcard images and expose the US military’s thinly veiled threats to our Native existence. Finally, we’ll venture to hidden kipuka or tucked away oases of aloha ʻāina that have thus far resisted the ravages of rampant capitalism and development – small sovereign spaces where Kānaka can put our hands to the soil once more to unearth, cultivate, and reimagine visions of more sovereign and sustainable, Indigenous Hawaiian futures.

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Weaving Knowledge Systems and Nurturing the Next Generation to Care for Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument
Panel Presentation: Pelika Andrade, Kai Hoshijo, Haunani Kāne, Randall Kosaki, Kanoe Morishige

We will highlight the diverse ways in which Kānaka ʻŌiwi (Native Hawaiian) are active in weaving ancestral knowledge systems, values, practices into multi-disciplinary research and indigenous science. These collective efforts will highlight how these ʻŌiwi and the Papahānaumokuākea Native Hawaiian Cultural Working Group are integral to protecting Papahānaumokuākea where there is no division between natural and cultural resources. These efforts are part of more than two decades of ʻŌiwi leaders and communities building pilina and kuleana to care for Papahānaumokuākea as an extension of the communities we call home.

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Voyaging: From the Canoe to the Classroom
Panel Presentation: Chris Blake, Mark K. Ellis, Catherine Fuller, Linda Furuto

This panel is composed of seasoned Poynesian Voyaging Society crew members who are also educators at levels ranging from elementary to university to the larger community. The panel will discuss transmitting the lessons of the canoe to students of all ages as well as the educational platform being launched for the Moananoiākea voyage planned to start in 2023.

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Hawaiian Cultural Presentation: Poi Pounding
Cultural Presentation: Darwin Kaneaiakala

Poi is a traditional staple of Hawaiian cuisine, and is made from taro, breadfruit or plantain that is pounded into a smooth paste and eaten by hand. This Hawaiian cultural presentation demonstrates the Hawaiian traditional protocols of poi pounding using traditional tools and the kalo (taro). A tasting of the fresh poi will culminate the presentation.

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