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ʻĀina-Based Learning Assessment Framework

Moʻomeheu Videos

The Shaper of Stone - Culture Keepers: Hōaka Delos Reyes

Maui Artist Keeps Stone Carving Traditions Alive

Aloha Authentic Ep. 37: Manulani Aluli Meyer - Hawaiian Epistemology


Moʻomeheu (Values) are Native Hawaiian cultural values, practices, and skills. Moʻomeheu give meaning to all other core contexts -- Mālama ʻĀina, ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, and Moʻolelo; they in turn inform Moʻomeheu. The core contexts are not meant to be standalone pieces for if just one is taken out, the others are not as meaningful. Through education and application of the core contexts, we practice and grow in our understanding of Mālama ʻĀina.

Nānā i ke Kumu, Look to the Source (vol.2).
Nā Kuaʻāina: Living Hawaiian Culture.


This project was supported by a U.S. D.O.E. Title III Native Hawaiian Serving Grant.