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Doors open at 6pm, you will be greeted with your name tag, music, and beverages.
At 6:30pm we start!
Wo International Center
1601 Punahou Street Honolulu
• Enter through Punahou's main gate off of Punahou Street.
• Drive all the way till the end of Chamberlain Drive and guest parking is on the right.
• Wo International Center is right across the street, you can't miss us!
You will be handed your name tag and then walk in, that's it! Registration is closed and full, so no addition guests at the door. See you there!
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“Mobile Technologies & Personalized Learning:
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–Mark Hines, Mid-Pacific Institute
“What’s New in Online Education”
–Jason Axelson, HI Capacity
–Nina Lee, Design Mindful Impact
“Masculinity in Education”
–Ka‘eo Vasconcellos, Roosevelt High Schoool
“PARODY-SO: The Unexpected Lessons
of a History Teacher Turned Edulebrity”
–Amy Burvall, Historyteachers
“How to Ignite”
–Yancey Unequivocally, Empowered Presentations
“Death to the Rhombus: A Project-Based Approach
to Math & Science”
–Kris Schwengel, Punahou School
“An Interactive: Stealing the Social Media Spotlight”
–Gwen Woltz, Wahine Media
“Epic Tech” or “Three Technologies That Fundamentally Altered
the Way I Looked at Things I Took for Granted”
–Douglas Kiang, Punahou School
“15 Things Data Visualization has in common
with my favorite movies (and 5 other slides)”
–Ben Trevino, UHERO