Archive for October, 2015

  • Two Maui intermediate schools received iPads to promote and create “innovative learning environments.” Lokelani and Kalama Intermediate School students received these iPads as a $2.5 million donation by Verizon in ...

    iPads, Roll out!

    Two Maui intermediate schools received iPads to promote and create “innovative learning environments.” Lokelani and Kalama Intermediate School students received these iPads as a $2.5 million donation by Verizon in ...

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  • Join us in celebrating GIS Day! K-12 Hawaii teachers can sign up to have your students watch GIS Professionals present live via WebEx. Participants who take part of the GIS ...

    GIS Day 2015 Live Webcast

    Join us in celebrating GIS Day! K-12 Hawaii teachers can sign up to have your students watch GIS Professionals present live via WebEx. Participants who take part of the GIS ...

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  • Women in Technology’s Island Energy Inquiry™ Program, in partnership with Ka Hei, completed three workshops within the last several months, reaching 71 teachers across the state. Elementary teachers around Maui ...

    Island Energy Inquiry Statewide Training

    Women in Technology’s Island Energy Inquiry™ Program, in partnership with Ka Hei, completed three workshops within the last several months, reaching 71 teachers across the state. Elementary teachers around Maui ...

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  • The Women in Tech Project is excited to partner with UH STEM Pre-Academy and Maui High’s Digital Media Lab in offering – Using iPads in the K12 Classroom. The workshop ...

    Using iPads in the K12 Classroom

    The Women in Tech Project is excited to partner with UH STEM Pre-Academy and Maui High’s Digital Media Lab in offering – Using iPads in the K12 Classroom. The workshop ...

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  • Students grades 8 – 12 used their Fall break to learn how to code in Java taught by King Kekaulike High School’s senior Michael Reeves. As part of his senior ...

    Codename: Java

    Students grades 8 – 12 used their Fall break to learn how to code in Java taught by King Kekaulike High School’s senior Michael Reeves. As part of his senior ...

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  • The STEMworks AFTERschool program kicks off at Lana’i High and Elementary School with a fun night of STEM and science activities for students and families to explore! Students learned about coding, cybersecurity, ...

    Kickoff Night on Lanai

    The STEMworks AFTERschool program kicks off at Lana’i High and Elementary School with a fun night of STEM and science activities for students and families to explore! Students learned about coding, cybersecurity, ...

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