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2016 H-PEA Conference


September 9, 2016
Koʻolau Ballrooms, Kāneʻohe


Time Grand Ballroom - A (larger) Grand Ballroom - B (smaller) Mauka Room - A (larger) Mauka Room - B (smaller)
8:30– 9:00  Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00– 10:00 Keynote: Stephanie Evergreen
10:10– 11:10 Lessons for Evaluators from the Kauai Pesticide Joint Fact Finding Study Group [symposium]
Kem Lowry
Mobile Data Collection Tools for Evaluation Projects [demonstration]
Ruth Pitt
Programmatic Actions Upon Assessment Results: A Case Study of Breadth and Depth in Higher Education [paper]
Yao Hill

Evaluation of Pono Choices-Randomized Controlled Trial of a Culturally Responsive Sexual Health Curriculum for Middle School Youth in Hawai'i [paper]
Linda Toms Barker
 
11:20– 12:20 Evaluating the Nā Hopena Aʻo (HĀ) Program: How Can HĀ be Evaluated Using a Culturally Responsive Framework? [roundatble]
Daisy Carreon, Phillip Herman, Spencer Scanlan, Kau'ilani Sang, Cheryl Lupenui & Jessica Worchel

Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke: An Approach to Evaluation Capacity Building [roundatble]
Leialoha Benson, Sunnie Makua, Katherine Tibbetts & Shelly Tokunaga-May

Foreign Language Writing Skill Evaluation: Best Approach to Rubric Design [roundatble]
Haidan Wang

Challenges and Solutions for Evaluator's working for the House of Slytherin: Conducting Ethical Evaluation in Profit Driven Settings [roundatble]
Dawne Bost
Using Photovoice in Program Evaluation [demonstration]
Anna Smith & Stevy Scarbrough
Indigenous Evaluation Frameworks: A Systematic Literature Review [paper]
Maya Heipo'ala Tsark Uemoto

A Culturally-Responsive and Stakeholder-Based Approach to Evaluating a Hawaiian Culture-Based Educational Resource for Early Childhood [paper]
Landry Leimalani Fukunaga
 
12:30– 1:15 Lunch (Grand Ballroom)
1:15– 1:30 Business Meeting
1:40– 2:40 Mo‘olelo Mana: Appropriate Post-Evaluation Using Digital Storytelling to Capture Indigenous Student Experience [roundtable]
B.F. Kaleionaia K-aloha

Toward a Hawaiian-Culture-Based Evaluation Metaphor [roundtable]
Katherine A. Tibbetts, Puanani Burgess, Palama Lee & Dawn Mahi

Evaluation of anti-stigma psychoeducational program in Kenya [roundtable]
Mallory Klaunig & David C. Cicero

Using Photovoice in Participatory Evaluation
[roundtable]
Jackie Ng-Osorio & Susana Helm
Dataproofer: Spellcheck for Quantitative Data [demonstration]
Jonathan Page
When it works for some: How to use statistical methodologies to help identify moderators of program effects [demonstration]
John P. Barile
 
2:50– 3:50     The Importance of Culture in Assessment: Developing Culturally Responsive Assessments in Hawaiian Focused Charter Schools [symposium]
Chelsea Keehne, Dr. Meahilahila Kelling, Samuel M. Kamakau, Leinani Makekau Whittaker, Charlene Hoe, Denise Espania & Allyson Tamura
Networking Session

 

4:00- 5:00

In the Glass Ballroom

Poster Session, 10th Anniversary Cake, and Ice Cream Social


Culturally Responsive Evaluation: Localizing and Owning the Evaluation Process
Ben Cronkright


Native Hawaiian Revolving Loan Fund Outcome Evaluation: Business and Debt Consolidation Loan Products
Carla Hostetter


Collaborative Curricular Improvement Guided by Assessment
Stephanie Kraft-Terry


Using Nationally-Recognized Criteria to Evaluate and Revive Foreign Language Curriculum
Haidan Wang

"Yeah, WRITE!": New Disciplinary Writing Curriculum As Outcome of Assessment Cycle
Julianne Walsh


Communication Masters Degree Curriculum Assessment
Jenifer Sunrise Winter


 

updated 12/13/2016

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