Kaho`iwai would like to welcome Noe Kirby as the new Teacher Program Manager. Noe brings significant experience and expertise to the position. Supporting the program is Ikaika Jenks-Pua`a. Ikaika, a Moloka`i native, has recently returned from a stint in the US. We would like to welcome Noe and Ikaika to their new roles within the program.
Kaho‘iwai is a nationally accredited post-secondary teacher education program aimed at developing individuals into qualified educators of Hawaiian children. Focused on cultural values and an integrated approach to learning that includes rich clinical experiences, residential place-based learning opportunities and online coursework, graduates are prepared for teaching opportunities in various settings and are qualified to apply for licensure in the State of Hawai’i.
Aloha Everyone, the application process for the 2018 cohort has closed. The next cohort will start in April 2019 and applications will open in August next year. You may post an expression of interest by going to the Admissions Tab/ How to Apply, and completing the online form (Teacher Education). Questions can be directed to Noe at firstname.lastname@example.org
The next Masters cohort will begin in January 2018. The student body has been selected and the courses scheduled. A fourth cohort is planned for 2019. Interested applicant can watch this space for further in formation as it comes available.
The Hawai`i Teacher Standards Board has approved Kaho`iwai to deliver their Elementary Education program (K-6) from June 2, 2017. This means an opportunity for certification in either elementary or secondary programs as we move forward. For further information on this 2-year post-baccalaureate program please contact Joe Fraser at email@example.com.
Accepting application for cohort V to begin in April 2018