Register today for Kupu Hou Academy 2018! Your registration includes resources, continental breakfasts, delicious lunches, on-going support throughout the school year, and a meaningful learning experience.
Kupu Hou Academy is a practitioner's workshop. The true value of this four day professional development is in the time attendees are given to develop their own curriculum and receive one on one feedback from the deeper learning experts. You will graduate from Kupu Hou Academy having turned a creative idea into an impactful, structured lesson plan, ready to be implemented in your classroom!
Administrators are welcome to drop in on the workshop to take part in a roundtable discussion as well as observe curriculum development, on Wednesday, June 6th. Public school educators are welcome to earn PDE3 credit for attending Kupu Hou Academy. (Also, public school educators who are members at HawaiiUSA FCU can apply for a full reimbursement for 2018 professional development)
Click here to register and let us help you to grow your curriculum!
"This was one of the most beneficial professional development experiences I have ever had. I feel much more comfortable teaching a project-based class, and I am excited to teach the materials I created."
"The workshop leaders struck an appropriate balance of instructional time and guided project development time. They were a lively and helpful team."
"Just to let you know, though, that your PD was the best PD ever. I purchased, and am using, The Power of Protocols; am still actively pursuing implementation of the plan that was refined during my time with you, your team, and fellow PD colleagues, and find myself reflecting on the many little things that I learned and impressed me about the concepts and the lovely individuals I met during my stay with you all. I hope to take a PBL PD with you again. Nevertheless, it was a most worthwhile experience. Thank you."
"Thank you for everything. I am working on ways to integrate all the fabulous ideas into my library program and share with other teachers."