Kamehameha Schools & Arizona State University

KS & ASU Kahaluʻu Ma Kai Virtual Huakaʻi Joint Published Articles (October 2017)

A joint article was published to share pilot highlights with West Hawaiʻi DOE schools: Ke Kula ʻO ʻEhunuikaimalino, Kealakehe Intermediate, and Konawaena Middle School.

KS-ASU West Hawaiʻi Visit (June 2017)

As part of the partnership between KS and ASU, Amy McGrath (Chief Operating Officer, ASU Prep Digital/Associate Vice President of ASU Education Outreach) and Deborah Gonzalez (Chief Academic & Innovation Officer) presented at the Kūkulu Kaialulu Kamehameha Schools Ed Tech Conference, followed with a physical site visit to Kahaluʻu Ma Kai for cultural immersion and continued building of pilina (relationships).

Below are selected photos from the West Hawaiʻi visit. If interested, view the compiled photo album.

ASU Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability (GIOS) Lobby Display (December 2016)

The Kahaluʻu Ma Kai virtual huakaʻi is displayed in the ASU GIOS lobby area with a encouraging visitors to explore the wahi pana (sacred place) and mālama ʻāina.

Kahaluʻu Ma Kai Virtual Huakaʻi Revealed (November 2016)

Kahaluʻu Ma Kai Video and Spherical Captures (May 2016)

The cross functional project core team spent two days capturing videos and photos to create the immersive virtual huakaʻi (field trip). Core team members (left to right): Geoffrey Bruce, Dorothy Hirata, Māhealani Pai, Kahala Wery, Malani DeAguiar. Alice Swift & Jessica Swann (not pictured). If interested, view the compiled photo album.

KS and ASU Announce Educational Partnership (April 2016)