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Online Course Descriptions

Courses are presented by native Hawaiian practitioner, Researcher and former Professor at the Hawaii Community College Leialoha Ilae-Kaleimamahu, MEd.

Hū ka Pele

Hū ka Pele - The movement of the Pele. This course focuses on traditional stories and chant of the lava flow to gain a perspective of the creative force of Hawaii. Through this informative seminar we will learn protocols associated with the lava flow through chant and story.  This course has two parts.  

Ka Wai a Kāne

Ka wai a Kāne- The Waters of Kāne.  This Course focuses on the Wai or water source in Hawaii through story and chant to create another layer in understanding water relationship in Hawaii.

Hiʻiakaikapoliopele

Hiʻiakaikapoliopele - The Hiʻiaka is the forest.  In this course we will look at the details of the Hawaii forrest and how it relates to other forests using a Hawaii scope.

Kaneloa

Kāneloa - The Kāne and The Kanaloa, water systems in Hawaii. Learn about the basic systems that give life through water.

Pulling it Together

CRM- Cultural Resource Mangement.  Using simple techniques to manage the  natural resources of the earth.  The definition of CRM stems from a basic Hawaiian cultural perspective and is not a western science based perspective.