Healing Practices by Kekuni Blaisdell, M.D. Kekuni Blaisdell, M.D.
Honolulu, Hawai'i Richard Kekuni Akana Blaisdell is a professor of medicine at the University of Hawai'i, in Honolulu and is a co-founder of E Ola Mau, an organization of Hawaiian health professionals. Ikekumu. (Basic/Fundamental Knowledge) It is a given…every living thing is in a relationship with each other.
Be they human, animal, fauna, and/or elemental. All that is earth bound and the space surrounding the earth reveals the interrelationship of all things. Mauna a Wakea. Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa to us are kupuna [ancestors].
They're the beginning and the mole, or the taproot, for our island. Mauna Kea is the first-born to us, like the taro was for food, like coral polyps were for food in the ocean. We have many first-borns. Mauna Kea is the first-born. And so, because Mauna Kea is the first-born, we need to malama [care for] Mauna Kea. ʻĀINA: That Which Feeds Us. Lesson Idea - Oʻahu. Lesson Idea - ʻAlae. Lesson Idea - Kumu.
Historic Tropical Cyclone Tracks. Like streamers of splattered paint, the tracks of nearly 150 years of tropical cyclones weave across the globe in this map.
The map is based on all storm tracks available from the National Hurricane Center and the Joint Typhoon Warning Center through September 2006. The accumulation of tracks reveals several details of hurricane climatology, such as where the most severe storms form and the large-scale atmospheric patterns that influence the track of hurricanes. Over time, the repeated passage of strong storms through the same regions creates solid swashes of color: bright red in the Western Pacific near the Philippines, where numerous Category 5 storms have traveled; orange and gold in the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico, where Category 3 and 4 storms often pass.
The blues and light yellows reveal storms in a weaker state: near the equator, in their first stages of development; over land, as they run out of steam; in the mid-latitudes, where they encounter cooler waters. Educreations. Free Clip Art & Images - Millions of Royalty Free Images. Birds that can be found on Maui (2013)
Hawaiian Hoary Bat. PRISM Curricula. You may download individual lessons or even entire units by visiting each curriculum page.
View students in action and samples of student work. See the standards addressed with each unit and concept maps of each unit. Some of the units address specific ecosystems while others focus on key concepts. Native Animals in an Ahupuaa. Why Is The Forest An Important Place? Sailors turn scientists to create the world’s biggest marine plankton survey. Caption: These microscopic phytoplankton begin the marine food chain.
Credit: Richard Kirby A unique, citizen science study uses a Secchi disk and a free mobile phone app called Secchi to conduct a vital global study of the sea’s phytoplankton. Within the sunlit surface of the sea begins the marine food chain. Here, microscopic, free-floating, plant-like cells called phytoplankton live and use the energy in sunlight to combine carbon dioxide and water to create sugar and oxygen in the process we call photosynthesis. Science360 - Video Library. Native Hawaiian Education Council. HITEC. NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Center on Disability Studies. He ‘Upena o ke A‘o: Native Hawaiian Curriculum Project. Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. For Educators. Search Educational Resources Search hundreds of resources by subject, grade level, type and keyword.
These lesson plans and teaching materials support your STEM curriculum. NASA Wavelength A digital collection of earth and space science resources for educators of all levels – from elementary to college, to out-of-school programs. NASA Education YouTube Channel. Solutions are in our nature. Nature challenge teachers guide. About AVA - AVAKonohiki.org. Next Generation Science Standards. Waikalualokofishpond.org. The Hawaii Nature Center. Preview of “lokokuapa pbworks com w ctivities?mode embedded” DifferentTypesofLoko pictures. DifferentTypesofLoko. Moku and Ahupua’a Maps. KMS Learning Center E komo mai Skip to content.
AlohaAina Ahupuaa. HawaiianCycles. KaheaLoko full. KaheaLoko intro.
Nā Mokupuni ʻEwalu (The 8 Hawaiian Islands) Europe - map for Pauahi's travels. Giving and Thankfulness Writing Prompts for Kids. November Writing Prompts: 30 Ideas About Gift-Giving and Gratitude— The focus on gift-giving during the holiday season can be a little overwhelming for adults sometimes—but for kids, it’s one of the most exciting parts of the year.
This year, invite students to think about gift-giving from a new perspective. Instead of focusing solely on what they want, students should also spend some time thinking about the reasons we give gifts and what it means to give. Being Grateful and Thankful for the Year.
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Kaiona (from the Hawaiian Dictionary) Resource Units in Hawaiian Culture ʻAoʻao 76 (Kaiona) Kaiona and Mount. Ka`ala.
Pictures of Pauahi & her ʻohana. Ruth Keelikolani bio. Alexander Iolani Liholiho book. Geneology kalo.