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Indigenous Well-Being Through Education

Location: Lumi Pahiahia at Hale╩╗┼Źlelo

At the center of our life spirit is our mauli. Much like a flame, the vitality of our mauli can be seen as an illuminating light or a flicker of a struggling flame. Education can transform lives and serves as a critical context for cultivating our sense of well-being (mauli ola). This presentation will provide a framework for indigenous well-being and some applied examples, strategies and insights to consider as it applies to education in Hawai╩╗i, teacher education and accreditation. Presented by Dr. Keiki K. C. Kawai╩╗ae╩╗a, Director, Ka Haka ╩╗Ula O Ke╩╗elik┼Źlani College of Hawaiian Language. Part of the International Speaker Series sponsored by the International Student Services & Intercultural Education program and the United Nations Association-Hawaii Island Chapter. Free.

For more information, contact: rrobison@hawaii.edu (808) 935-7991

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