The Teacher and Superintendent

Title: The Teacher and Superintendent:  Sheila Cyboron and Lea Albert with Herb Lee
Date of Interview: November 12, 2021
Location: Zoom conference recording
Format: Video  .mov
Duration: 0:51:01
Description: Sheila Cyboron’s Connection to the Pond; Lea Albert’s Support of the Pond’s Outdoor Classroom and the Castle Redesign Process; the Pond as a Place for Hands-on Learning; The Fish Pond was a Perfect Laboratory; Listen to Hawaiian Ways for Preserving the Environment, Culture, and Fishponds; Kamehameha Schools’ Kahua Training for New Teachers; Nā Hopena Aʻo; Integration of Cultural Knowledge with Science; Empowering Our Kids to Be Global Navigators.
Interviewee(s): Sheila Cyboron and Lea Albert with Herb Lee, Jr.
Interviewer: Herb Lee, Jr.
Transcriber: Kauilaokahekiliokalani Freitas-Pratt and Doug Knight
Languages: English
Subjects: Clyde Tamaru, Lt. Governor Mazie Hirono,  “Project Kāhea Loko, the Call of the Pond – A Teacher’s Guide to Hawaiian Fishponds”, culture-based education, Castle Redesign ProcessAloha ‘Āina Curriculum, Kahua Teacher Training – Kamehameha Schools, Elly Tepper, Cheryl Kaʻuhane Lupenui, Nā Hopena A‘o, experiential learning, Office of Hawaiian Education of HIDOE, global navigators, Nainoa
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Grant Recognition: This interview was made possible with grants from the Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities through support of federal funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities and private funds from The Hana Group.