Monday, April 24, 2017

2016-2017 TLA Cohort Celebration 2017

Na Kumu Alaka’i Celebrates
the 2016-2017 Cohort of Teacher Leaders
April 20, 2017 • Oahu Veterans Center

On April 20, 2017, forty-four exceptional teacher leaders from across the State of Hawaii showcased their action research projects and professional learning goals through a culminating event ~ Na Kumu Alaka’i Learning Fair - 2017. Over 100 guests representing schools, complex areas, state level offices, universities and non-profit organizations celebrated the outstanding work accomplished by these master educators.

It is with bittersweet emotion I bid farewell to the 2016-2017 Cohort, and wish them well on their journeys as assets to the field of education in Hawaii’s public schools!

Sandy Cameli, EdD
Educational Specialist/Program Coordinator

Na Kumu Alaka'i Cohort 2016-2017

Kevin Argueta, Kahakai Elementary
Collaborative Environment for Literacy Success

Hidi Boteilho, Keonepoko Elementary
Enhancing Professional Practice by being a Reflective Practitioner

Shannon Burkman, Waimea Canyon Middle
Data Team Storming to Norming (and hopefully Performing!)

Noelani Castro, Wailuku Elementary
Getting to the Core: Comprehensive Core Meeting Process

Julia Chen, Kailua Elementary
Small Group Differentiated Instruction

Samantha Cook, Holualoa Elementary
Data Mining for Math Mastery

Yolanda Dana, Keonepoko Elementary
Building Effective Learning Communities in Grades 1, 4 & 6

Becky Diego, Kalihi Waena Elementary
Improving Parental Communication through REMIND

Jill Fletcher, Kapolei Middle
A Sense of Place

Marites Galamgam, Campbell High
Making Sense of Schoolwide Initiatives:
Differentiating Continuous Professional Development

Randall Galeon, Pearl Harbor Elementary
A’o Honua - Learning Walks

Dana Goya, Waikoloa Elementary & Middle
Professional Development for RTI (Really Tired Instructors)

Daralyn Hadden, Aliamanu Middle
Creating a New Culture - WASC Preparation

Shelby Hamamoto, Nimitz Elementary
Developing through Data:
How Analyzing Assessment Results Can Improve Student Success

Keith Hamana, Hickam Elementary
A Triple-Dose: An RTI Story

Shawna Helems, Kahaluu Elementary
Improving 21st Century After School Tutoring to Close Achievement Gap

Robyn Herbig, Waimea High
Moving from Minihunes to Menehunes

Jaime Hernandez, Honowai Elementary
Implementing an Individualized Coaching Process

Gary Kanamori, Pearl City Highlands Elementary
i-Ready Tutoring

Crystal Kawai, Kealakehe Elementary
English Language Development Pilot Program
for Non-English Proficient Kindergarteners

Sarah Kim, Jefferson Elementary

Melvin Lau, Aliamanu Elementary
Science Garden: Growing Inquiry and Understanding

Carli Masik, Kapolei Middle
A Sense of Place

Cherie Mineshima, Aliamanu Middle
Creating a New Culture - WASC Preparation

Darlene Muraoka, Waimea High
Waimea High RTI

Melanie Nakashima, King Kekaulike High
Strengthening Tier 1: Improving Co-Teaching at Kekaulike

Monica Nonaka, Konawaena Elementary
Using Thinking Maps to Support Critical Thinking and Writing

Mary Peters, Kahuku High & Intermediate
Identifying trends and patterns, or behaviors
that contribute to 9th grade failures

Angelica Pikula, Windward District Office
Understanding Barriers to Data Use

Bryan Rankie, Mauka Lani Elementary
Improving Fifth Grade Achievement in Mathematics

Randy Shinn, Ewa Makai Middle
Enjoy the Journey of Using Data

Jason Smith, Nu’uanu Elementary
Providing PD Through Math Committee
Based on SMART Goals Identified by the School

Dayne Snell-Quirit, Ho’okena Elementary
Lenses of Literacy

Rachelle Sparkman, Pu’u Kukui Elementary
Students and Teachers GROWING through RTI

Mariann Tabuchi, Kauai District Office
G Suite for Collaboration

Kimberly Tanaka, Pu’u Kukui Elementary
Students and Teachers GROWING through RTI

Dani Tokuda, Waialua Elementary
Launching Kindergarten iPad 1:1 - Go or No Go?

Malia Toyama, Honowai Elementary
Implementing an Individualized Coaching Process

Geraldine Valencia, Campbell High
Creating SBA/ACT and Math Awareness

Eric White, Highlands Intermediate
Highlands Leadership Conference 2017

Pua White, Ewa Beach Elementary
Empowering Passionate Community Members

Je Ann Williams, Hickam Elementary
A Triple-Dose: An RTI Story

Sara Wong, Ka’elepulu Elementary
Choose Love - Social Emotional Learning

Cherisse Yamada, Kaewai Elementary
Empowering Students and Teachers with Small Group Instruction
in English Language Arts

Paparazzi Photos (April 20, 2017)

Aiea-Moanalua-Radford Team Campbell-Kapolei Team

Castle-Kahuku Team Farrington-Kalani-Kaiser Team

Kailua-Kalaheo Team Kaimuki-McKinley-Roosevelt Team

     Kauai Team Kau-Keaau-Pahoa Team

 Baldwin-Kekaulike-Maui Team           Pearl City-Waipahu Team


Leilehua-Mililani-Waialua Team West Hawaii (HKKK) Team

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