Programme

The IAFOR International Conference on Education – Hawaii (IICEHawaii) is a multidisciplinary conference held concurrently with The IAFOR International Conference on Arts & Humanities in Hawaii (IICAH). Keynote, Featured and Spotlight Speakers will provide a variety of perspectives from different academic and professional backgrounds. Registration for either of these conferences permits attendance in both.

This page provides details of featured presentations, the conference schedule and other programming. For more information about presenters, please visit the Speakers page.


Conference Outline

All times are Hawaii Standard Time (UTC -10 hours). See the time converter tool

Thursday, January 05, 2023Friday, January 06, 2023Saturday, January 07, 2023Sunday, January 08, 2023

12:30-13:00: Conference Registration

13:00-13:05: Announcements & Welcome

13:05-13:20: Welcome Address, Recognition of IAFOR Scholarship Winners, and Featured Cultural Presentation

13:20-14:20: Keynote Presentation

14:20-14:45: Coffee Break

14:45-15:45: Featured Panel Presentation

15:45-16:00: Short Break

16:00-16:45: Featured Panel Presentation

16:45-17:00: Conference Photograph

17:00-18:00: Conference Poster Session

19:00-20:00: Conference Meet & Greet

10:00-11:40: On-site Parallel Presentation Session 1

11:40:13:00: Lunch Break

13:00-14:40: On-site Parallel Session 2

14:40-14:55: Coffee Break

14:55-16:35: On-site Parallel Session 3

16:35-16:50: Coffee Break

16:50-17:50: On-site Parallel Session 4

10:00-11:40: On-site Parallel Presentation Session 1

11:40:13:00: Lunch Break

13:00-14:40: On-site Parallel Session 2

14:40-14:55: Coffee Break

14:55-16:35: On-site Parallel Session 3

16:35-16:50: Onsite Conference Closing Session

09:30-11:10: Online Parallel Presentation Session 1

11:10-11:25: Short Break

11:25-12:40: Online Parallel Presentation Session 2

12:40-13:40: Extended Break

13:40-15:20: Online Parallel Presentation Session 3

15:20-15:35: Short Break

15:35-17:15: Online Parallel Presentation Session 4

17:15-17:30: Online Conference Closing Session

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

  • 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

Important Information Emails

All registered attendees will receive an Important Information email and updates in the run-up to the conference. Please check your email inbox for something from "iafor.org". If you can not find these emails in your normal inbox, it is worth checking in your spam or junk mail folders as many programs filter out emails this way. If these did end up in one of these folders, please add the address to your acceptable senders' folder by whatever method your email program can do this.


Attendee Guide

Please carefully read the Attendee Guide.


Previous Programming

View details of programming for past IICEHawaii conferences via the links below.

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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