Spring Blog Post 3:
How is your personal STEMS research going?
Research has been going ok. I’m almost ready to submit my project to get it approved by the IRB. Hopefully I’ll submit that by Friday. I’ll probably have to wait another week before I can start collecting/analyzing data, which is my favorite part to do!!! Thank God I’m not doing research on kids, that IRB online training class would’ve taken forever.
As I mentioned in my last blog post, I’ve been having a challenging time finding the right articles for community-school partnerships. Any suggestions?
I’m also starting to get worried about the workshop I’m planning that will be kind of like my culminating project:
I feel like everyone in our group has similar feelings; we all want to do our projects well, there’s so much to do and little time. No one said grad school was going to be easy.
Motto for STEMS^2: #getitdone
Motto of my life: Stop overcomplicating everything and just #getitdone
Kumu Kaʻai previously taught at Kānehūnāmoku Voyaging Academy and Hawaiian Studies at Wilson Elementary School to K-5 students.