80 years of Lawn Bowls in Ala Moana Park (The State of the State of Hawaii)

Historic Lawn Bowling Green Hosts Safe Play. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guests for this episode are Shannon Fagan, Barry Wyatt and Judy Rasmussen. President Shannan Fagan, membership director Barry Wyatt and special events director Judy Rasmussen discuss the main features of Honolulu Lawn Bowling played since 1935 on its beautiful […]

Federal Relief: Too Big or Not Enough? (The State of the State of Hawaii)

Is Relief In Hawaii’s Goldilocks Zone? The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Colin Moore. Dr. Colin Moore discusses the Federal Relief Bill’s affect on Hawaii’s economy after the devastation resulting from Covid-19 for small business, unemployment insurance, rent and mortgage relief, HART woes, Airport operations and expenses, […]

Virus Risks Rise With Variants’ Arrival (The State of the State of Hawaii)

Are Official HI Covid Reports Inclusive? The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Brooks Baehr. Guest Brooks Baehr, Department of Health (DOH) Spokesperson, serves on the COVID-19 & Pandemic Response Team can inform viewers about the status, progress and threats to Hawaii’s Covid-19 vaccination distribution operations for completing […]

Can Hawaii Flatten Its Epidemic Curve? (The State Of The State Of Hawaii)

How the State Battles Covid-19. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Brooks Baehr. Brooks Baehr is an official on the Department of Health (DOH) COVID-19 & Pandemic Response Team and serves DOH communications as a Spokesperson. We discuss the progress of Hawaii’s Covid-19 vaccination distribution. He comments […]

Of What Value Is Education Research? (The State Of The State Of Hawaii)

How We Know Teaching Produces Learning. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Hector Rivera, PhD. Dr. Hector Rivera who has studied diverse students’ learning across the nation and internationally will discuss findings of foundational research studies of Hawaiian family life, culture and community. Findings showed students could […]

Hawaiian Thinking About Climate Change (The State Of The State Of Hawaii)

Culture, Psychology and Belief Formation. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Tom White, PhD. Dr. White discusses some of the psychological processes that may explain why most Hawaiians believe in climate change. There are moral foundations based in part on Hawaiian culture, and perceptions of scientific consensus […]

CM Tommy Waters Talks About District IV (The State Of The State Of Hawaii)

District IV has Keys to State’s Recovery. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Tommy Waters. Honolulu’s District IV has residential, high and low income, recreational and internationally coveted beachfront covering Hawaii Kai, Kuliouou, Niu Valley, Aina Haina, Wailupe, Waialae-Iki, Kalani Valley, Kahala, Wilhelmina Rise, Kaimuki, Kapahulu, Diamond […]

‘Talk Story’ Enlivens Hawaii Teaching (The State Of The State Of Hawaii)

Teaching Thru Instructional Conversation. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Ronald Gallimore, PhD. Dr. Gallimore returns to discuss a key development in teaching. Kamehameha School’s laboratory school pioneered the use of student talk practices to teach content and discuss ideas over several decades of operation. Concern about […]
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