MOLOKAI — Ka Hale Hoaka, a web based Hawaiian studying college, is happy to announce its Keiki Program.
The 16-module program is focused to college students ages 5-11 and teaches Hawaiian language, music, chant, hula, arts and crafts.
This system is designed to be carried out into the present distance studying curriculum of elementary colleges statewide.
The Keiki Program is taught by co-founder Maile Naehu (“Kumu Maile”), a kumu, Native Hawaiian educator, performer, artist and group organizer from Molokai.
“We based Ka Hale Hoaka as a inventive strategy to join keiki to the wealthy, timeless teachings of Hawaii, particularly as colleges transitioned to on-line curriculum,” stated Naehu.
“We hope these interactive classes profit our kids in a deep and lasting method and create a brand new era of storytellers.”
The Keiki Program prices $97 and consists of:
• One 12 months of entry to video classes with Kumu Maile;
• Studying about Hawaiian tales, language and traditions;
• Studying management values to be a optimistic affect on this planet;
• Having fun with Hawaiian music, tune, dance, tales and chants;
This system can also be obtainable for a subscription fee of $12 monthly.
To pattern the Keiki Program curriculum, Ka Hale Hoaka gives a complimentary 30-minute session with Kumu Maile.
To register, or for extra info, go to www.kahalehoaka.com/trial.
Folks of all ages, ethnic backgrounds and geographical areas are invited to be taught with Ka Hale Hoaka, which is meant to be an attractive and approachable strategy to embrace Hawaiian tradition.
Further Ka Hale Hoaka applications embrace Ke Ao Nei, a science course, and an grownup studying program is predicted to roll out in early 2021.
Ka Hale Hoaka is a brand new Hawaii-inspired studying surroundings that explores cultural beliefs, traditions and practices rooted in a Hawaiian perspective.
Ka Hale Hoaka was based upon the idea that historical knowledge holds the solutions to trendy issues. The curriculum is predicated upon the Hawaiian proverb “I ka wā ma mua, i ka wā ma hope,” which means the long run is in our previous.