Educator - Math/Technology/Resource Teacher, Librarian & Computer Educational Specialist
Kelvin Y.S. Chun
ETEC - Educational Technology at the University of Hawaii'i at Manoa
"Kelvin Chun (1995) is perhaps the most "decorated" graduate of the program, having received a Disney Teacher Award in 1999, and the Honolulu District Teacher of the Year award that same year. Kelvin has combined his math, science, and computer skills to create innovative designs in technology program for K-6 students, and has been recognized for his efforts locally as well as nationally. "
Recognition of Teaching:
August, 2013: HSTA Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation's Good Idea Grant
July, 2013: First Lego League / Junior First Lego League Coach & ROC/Friends Grant Recepient
April, 2011: 3M - 3M Ingenuity Grant
July, 2010: First Lego League / Junior First Lego League Coach & ROC/Friends Grant Recepient
July, 2009: First Lego League / Junior First Lego League Coach & Grant Recepient
January, 2003: Classroom Connect: Top 12 Finalist for the Internet Educator of the Year 2003
December, 2002: National Ed Tech Leaders of the Year 2002
December, 2001: Ed Tech Leaders of the Year 2001 Semi-finalist
May, 1999: Honolulu District Y2K Teacher of the Year (TOY Youtube Video)
Kelvin was an educator in the Hawaii Department of Education for 30 years.
He has studied and taught emerging educational software and hardware technologies since 1977. As a technology coordinator and mathematics teacher, Kelvin integrated the academic disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) with the K-12 curriculum standards.
1995 - 2014: Technology Coordinator / Librarian / Multimedia Facilitator: Pohakea, Waialae, and Nuuanu Elementary School
Served as computer consultant for entire school - Trained students, administrators, teachers, and staff in use of educational and administrative software. Established technology clubs and administrator for Macintosh and Windows file servers. Establish video studios with interactive network communication. (GLEF Youtube Video) (Video Conference)
Promotes and models research technology use for curriculum, instruction and training
Fosters collaboration in developing links between curriculum and use of technology
Assists teachers with unit plans/curriculum integration of technology
Assists students in the uses of technology
1995 - Completed Master's of Education (MEd) in Educational Technology
1993 - Present: Professional Development Teacher Trainer
University of Hawaii, Outreach College: Technology and Math Instructor State/District Summer Institute. Taught 10 summers TECS, ETEC and EDCI courses through College of Continuing Education and the Department of Education. The courses covered topics in multimedia technology (video, Hyperstudio, and internet) and mathematics.
1993: Completed TIRM (Telecommunications and Information Resource Management) - A graduate-level certificate program designed for public and private sector professionals seeking advanced study in telecommunications and information resource management.
1992 - 1995: Leeward District Technology Coordinator
Campbell Complex/Leeward District Office (11 Schools): Technology Resource Teacher. Assisted the district staff, principals and faculties of the Campbell Complex and Leeward District schools with: general assessment of present and future technological needs; maximum utilization of existing technological resources; teacher inservice training on technology and instructional design.
1990 - 1991: Hawaii State Computer Educational Specialist - Office of Instructional Services
General Education Branch, OIS: Computer Education Specialist II. Planned, designed, and developed the state computer education program for all students, grades K-12. Identified pre-service and inservice training needs of teachers and coordinates with districts in designing training programs.
1988 - 1990: Advising and teaching AP Computer Science - Data Structures and PASCAL, BASIC, and LOGO on Apple IIe, IBM PC, and Macintosh to Pearl City High School's computer club, and administering the Leeward District's first Local Area Network - IBM baseband
1988: Programming Karel and Pascal languages Advanced Placement Computer Science Workshops at Carnegie Mellon University
1986: Programming FORTRAN, Assembly language on Leeward Community College's mini computer
1984-1987: Advising and teaching BASIC on IBM PC to Waianae High School's computer club
1983:Teaching BASIC on Radio Shack's TRS-80 Model III and Commodore 64 at Mckinley High School's Computer Math Class
1983 - 1992: Secondary School Technology/Computer Science Teacher and Mathematics Teacher
McKinley High, Moanalua High, Waianae High, Pearl City High, and Waialua Intermediate and High School
Spring, 1983: Kaiser High School - Observation / Participation - Mathematics Teacher
Spring, 1982: Maryknoll Grade School - Observation / Participation
1977-1983: Programing PL/1, COBOL, SAS, and SPSS on punched cards and terminals at the University of Hawaii at Manoa
1977: Programing BASIC on Moanalua High School's teletype terminals - telecommunicating through modem into the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
HTSB License 2011-2016
Highly Qualified 2012-2013
May, 1995: College of Education, Master of Education (M. Ed.), Major: Educational Technology.
May, 1993: College of Arts and Science, Graduate Certificate.
Major: Telecommunication Information Resource Management (TIRM).
May, 1986: Leeward Community College, Associate in Science degree, Major: Accounting.
December, 1983: College of Education, Professional Diploma (PD), Major: Secondary Education - Mathematics.
May, 1982: College of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Administration, Major: Business Economics & Quantitative Methods.