Hokule'a Math Field Study, Fall 2008.
Hokule'a Math Field Study, Sand Island, Spring 2010.
Navigators welcoming students to the Hokule'a, Spring 2010.
UHWO students climbing on board the Hokule'a, Spring 2010.
Tropical Hawaiian day in Sand Island (perfect day to learn about math!!!), Spring 2010.
Navigator Ka'iulani Murphy shares with students about voyaging throughout the Pacific and the upcoming worldwide journey, Spring 2010.
Learning about "math" through celestial navigation by wind, stars, moon, sun, bird patterns, tides, and more, Spring 2010.
Each person on board has kuleana, Spring 2010.
It's important to focus on the wisdom of the past and use the present as a bridge to the future to preserve historical and cultural knowledge, Spring 2010.
The crew sleeps in the hull, Spring 2010.
Lots of space down here!, Spring 2010.
Exploring different parts of the canoe, Spring 2010.
Strapping on the harness, safety first!, Spring 2010.
Hanging over the edge, Spring 2010.
UHWO students finding real world applications of math on board the Hokule'a, Spring 2010.
Lucky we live in paradise, Spring 2010.
A group of UHWO Math 103 - College Algebra students, Spring 2010.
A group of UHWO Math 112 - Math for Elementary Teachers students, Spring 2010.
Beautiful UHWO students from Math 103 - College Algebra, Math 140 - Precalculus, and Math 112 - Math for Elementary Teachers II, Spring 2010.
A hui hou, Spring 2010.
Marine Education Training Center, Fall 2010.
Learning about the historical significance, cultural renaissance, and background of the Hokule'a, Fall 2010.
Students inside the METC classroom with photos of Hokule'a's voyages around the world on the walls, Fall 2010.
The Hokule'a has touched the lives of thousands of people around the world (and even astronauts in space), Fall 2010.
Taking a tour of the voyaging canoes at the METC, Fall 2010.
Two generations of math students, Fall 2010.
Hokule'a is currently in dry dock as we prepare to sail around the world, Fall 2010.
Dry dock is an important period to care for the canoe, Fall 2010.
We each have an important role as global citizens, and the canoe is symbolic of how we work together to accomplish a mission, Fall 2010.
UHWO Math 103 College Algebra, Math 135 Precalculus I, and Math 112 Math for Elementary Teachers II students with the Hokule'a, Fall 2010.
This is another voyaging canoe filled with mathematical applications, Fall 2010.
Learning about linear and quadratic functions, trigonometric properties, geometric angles, and other exciting mathematics, Fall 2010.
The METC houses canoes, escort vessels, and lots of learning, Fall 2010.
Next, students climb aboard the Hokualaka'i, a voyaging canoe from the Big Island, Fall 2010.
The Hokualaka'i arrived at the METC at the end of the Papa Mau Piailug memorial sail this past summer, Fall 2010.
Dr. Linda Furuto and Navigator Ka'iulani Murphy, Fall 2010.
Director Bob Perkins welcoming UHWO students to the Marine Education Training Center. After 1 1/2 years of drydock, including 26,000+ hours and hundreds of volunteers, Hokule'a was put back into the water one week before our math field study, Spring 2012.
UHWO College Algebra, Precalculus II, and Calculus II students aboard Hokule'a, Spring 2012.
Hokule'a is preparing for statewide sails in 2012, and the worldwide voyage beginning in 2013.
UHWO students hard at work helping to get Hokule'a ready for the worldwide voyage, Spring 2012.
Awesome job carrying the steering paddle guys!, Spring 2012.
UHWO students engaged in service learning and helped carry the pieces of Hokule'a, Spring 2012.
Another project UHWO students helped with was putting up the palekai (splash guard) at the front of Hokule'a, Spring 2012.
Behind Hokule'a is the Noa Noa catamaran and escort vessel, Spring 2012.
UHWO students assisted with sanding Noa Noa, a very important job because Hokule'a always travels with an escort vessel, Spring 2012.
Fantastic work and beautiful smiles, Spring 2012.
UHWO students getting a feel for what it's like to live on board Hokule'a, Spring 2012.
Next up, classroom learning with navigators about the applications of mathematics, Spring 2012.
College algebra students learn about slopes, distance, and functions involved in sailing; Precalculus students explore conics in the traditional star compass, and Calculus students discover infinite sequences and series in celestial navigation, Spring 2012.
There are a multitude of math applications in the traditional star compass, including star houses, winds, currents, waves, and more!, Spring 2012.