Episode 658: Online Learning and IT at the DOE – April 7, 2021

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Brook Conner

During this special fund drive edition, we have Brook Conner CIO at the Dept of Education, here to tell us about blend learning, tech in education and lessons learned during the pandemic.

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Episode 658: Online Learning and IT at the DOE – April 7, 2021

Episode 620: Kipuka Innovation Competition + Kauaʻi Education Technology Pilot – July 15, 2020

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Alec Wagner, Ron Kouchi, Paul Zina

First up we have Alec Wagner, here to tell us about Purple Prize and the Kipuka Innovation Competition. Then we’re joined by Senate President Ron Kouchi and DOE Complex Area Superintendent Paul Zina to talk about the Kauaʻi Education Technology Pilot.

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Episode 492: AI in Education – January 31, 2018

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Brian Dote, Tarik Sultan, Ryan Ozawa

First up we have Tarik Sultan from Sultan Ventures to tell us about their upcoming Spring XLR8HI workshops. Then we’ll talk with Ted Dintersmith, creator of Most Likely to Succeed and Brian Dote from Mid Pacific Institute about School Retool and how schools need to keep up with fast changing technology.

Note: For discounts on XLR8HI Workshops use discount code: Bytemarks

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Episode 162: STEM in Hawaii – Sept 21, 2011

First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Karl Fooks from the Hawaii Strategic Development Corp. to tell us about the upcoming Hawaii Venture Capital Summit. Finally, we’ll talk to DOE representatives Keith Hayashi, Principal at Waipahu High School and Derek Minakami Vice Principal at Kahalu’u Elementary about STEM, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math in the schools and what the State plans to do to coordinate the effort.

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Episode 143: Clean Energy STEM – May 11, 2011

First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we’ll have Doug Matsuoka here to tell us about the recent NASA Tweetup. Finally, we’ll talk with Diana Warren from Women in Technology and Diane Tom-Ogata from STEMworks about STEM education, the environment and the iPad.

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