Prof. Ruiz is using the online transition to strengthen mathematics education at UH Hilo, not only for the remainder of the pandemic but for the future return to face-to-face instruction as well.
Even when the university goes back to face-to-face classes, Professor Hirokawa is going to give his students the option of attending class via online platforms because he believes it’s much more convenient for them.
“He Ukana Aloha Kā Kīlauea” is a free bi-monthly, yearlong series hosted by sources from across UH’s 10 campuses.
In adapting her teaching methods to an online format, drama and performing arts professor Justina Mattos has persevered by choosing to seize new learning opportunities over trying to change the new limitations.
By all indications, Assistant Professor of Horticulture Sharad Marahatta’s hybrid teaching strategies are extremely successful at keeping students engaged and learning despite all the challenges caused by the pandemic.
Starting Oct. 12, offices on the UH Hilo campus will be open for in-person service only from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Colby Miyose is approaching the transition to online teaching using the “Three C’s” or three types of communication: consistent, constant, and compassionate.
Most courses at UH Hilo are remote, but an exception was made for the laboratory component of biology, chemistry, geology, marine science and nursing classes. The strictest of health and safety protocols are practiced at all times.