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Native Hawaiian Education Association, 2004 Conference
Audience Reaction Survey

Session 2
Held at Windward Community College, Honolulu
Total respondents = 7

Workshop Sponsor:
Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities


 

In your opinion, which of the following humanities areas were involved in this program?

Philosophy

5

History

7

Literary Studies

5

Languages

7

Ethics

5

Comparative Religion

5

Cultural Anthropology

6

Archaeology

4

Linguistics

4

Social Sciences

4

Jurisprudence

2

History, theory & criticism of Arts

4

 

What approaches to the humanities content did the program presenters use?

6

Provided info from the perspectives of humanities fields of study

2

Raised questions about ethical values or human rights etc.

4

Compared or contrasted alternative ways of thinking

5

Encouraged critical thinking and questioning

3

Interpreted, analyzed or clarified the issues involved

3

Explained historical patterns for background

3

Discussed cultural differences

3

Encouraged audience discussion and participation

 

Please check all the words and phrases you think apply to the program:

7

Stimulating

0

Superficial

4

Well Paced

7

Informative

0

Too scholarly

0

Boring

0

Biased

6

Well Balanced

6

Enriching

5

Clearly Focused

0

Confusing

0

Wordy

 

Overall, how would you rate this program?

Poor

0

Fair

0

Good

1

Excellent

6

 

Participant reaction surveys to workshops:

February 2001
O‘ahu

June 2001
(data not available)

November 2001
Kaua‘i

March 2002
NHEA Conference:

1st Session
2nd Session

August 2002
Guam:
1: Elementary
2: Middle & High

March 2004
NHEA Conference:

1st Session
2nd Session

March 2004
"Focus Micronesia"

PATE 2004
Samoa

 


1.  Other Comments

• Looking forward to more data and sites.

• Nicely done.

 


2. How did you learn about this program (newspaper, organizational newsletter, radio, TV, from a friend, flyer, poster, etc.)?

[all respondents learned of it through the NHEA program schedule]

 


3.  For you, what were the most worthwhile parts or aspects of the program?

• Looking at the website and exploring different aspects of island culture, history, and geography.

• High appeal to students; “think out side of the box”; allows critical thinking.

• The overall ability to view webpage.

• Knowing that there is information on native cultures made by native peoples online and available for access at all times.

• Program content was enriching.

• All resources.

 


4.  What were the least worthwhile parts?

• Just wanted more time :(

• The program is greatly done, just keep it up!

• None.

 


5. Please feel free to comment below on any aspect of the program. Thank you for your assistance.

• Awesome program.

• Great!!!!!

 


Ethnic Background (of Participants):

• Euro-Caucasian (Slavic & Anglo)

• Mixed Asian

• No solid identity with any

• Hawaiian

• Chinese American

• Part Hawaiian

• Mescalero-Apache & Mexican

 


 

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