What is Learning with Aloha?
Learning with Aloha is a highly productive educational model that can and needs to be used throughout the United States and in other countries.
Learning with Aloha consists of three major elements:
1. Cross-Age Learning
Cross-Age Learning: When older students are enabled to regularly help younger students, both older and younger benefit greatly, academically and socially. Few educational methods have been as strongly supported by research.
Vocabulary Development: Vocabulary is commonly the single highest correlate with both intelligence and achievement. Learning with Aloha provides uniquely valuable cross-age picture vocabulary development in English, Hawaiian, Spanish, and other forthcoming languages.
Principal & Teacher Support: Cross-Age Learning provides important, on-going opportunities for teachers to exchange ideas and moral support with one another. When school Principals meet regularly to share ideas and moral support with one another, they and the teachers and students they serve benefit greatly, both academically and in morale.
Home - Principal Support - Teacher Support - Teacher
Teaming - Student Startup - Importance