Kōrero EAG - Start Local, Go Global

by Malia M. Hoffmann, Ed.D. & Alfred Y. Ramirez, Ph.D.

A vignette of educators, researchers, and student leaders around the world working to make a difference. Each episode will cover the innovative activities that are making a difference in the world. Music by Liam Kilby Cover art by Dave Cardona http://5toolmedia.com 

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • S02 E35 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E35 - Christianne Sainz

    S02 E35 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E35 - Christianne Sainz

    Christianne is a 4th-grade teacher at Westmont Elementary, a VAPA school in Ocean View School District in Huntington Beach, California. After receiving her bachelor's degree in Theatre, and years of touring the world and living ou...

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  • S02 E34 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E34 - Jane and John Hursh

    S02 E34 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E34 - Jane and John Hursh

    The mission of the 306 Foundation is to help build healthy communities. That goal is realized through a program created in 2013 called Toolbox4Life. Offered in three trimesters, these holistic construction and culinary training pr...

    59:55
  • S02 E33 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E33 - Matt Reynolds

    S02 E33 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E33 - Matt Reynolds

    Matt Reynolds is a high school visual art teacher in southwest Ohio. He earned his BS in Art Education with an ELL endorsement from Olivet Nazarene University in 2012 and his MFA in Visual Arts from Jacksonville University in 2019...

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  • S02 E32 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E32 - Samantha Pickering

    S02 E32 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E32 - Samantha Pickering

    Samantha is the Director of Education at Plastic Oceans. Her bachelor's is from the University of Michigan - Dearborn in environmental studies where she focused on environmental education and is currently pursuing her master's in ...

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  • S02 E31 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E31 - Dr. Lelemia Irvine

    S02 E31 - Kōrero EAG, S2, E31 - Dr. Lelemia Irvine

    Dr. Lelemia Irvine is kupukaaina, a lineal descendant from the aboriginal families that sprouted out of the land of Waiʻanae. Notably, Dr. Irvine is the first Native Hawaiian kāne to earn a PhD in any engineering discipline at UH ...

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