* 1. First name?

* 2. Last name?

* 3. School?

* 5. How would you rate the activity "The Story of Maui"? (This activity provided exposure to Hawaiian culture through stories, chants, and music.)

* 6. How would you rate the activity "Maui Lassos the Sun"? (This activity built upon the Hawaiian mo'olelo to understand vast distances in space in an outdoor activity)

* 7. How would you rate the activity "Modeling the Sun"? (This activity used art to simulate features of the sun and discuss mathematical models and scales)

* 8. How would you rate the activity "Ultraviolet Radiation"? (This activity used beads to show the effects of UV radiation with and without various shielding material)

* 9. How would you rate the activity "Elodea"? (This activity used Elodea (algae) to investigate photosynthesis)

* 10. How would you rate the activity "Planetarium"? (This activity used a portable planetarium to highlight native Hawaiian navigation and the STAR compass)

* 11. Did you learn something new from any of the activities? If, so please elaborate.

* 12. Thinking outside the box how would you create an activity that incorporates Hawaiian culture into understanding the relationship between the Earth and Sun?

* 13. Which activity do you plan to implement in the classroom and why?

* 14. How are you going to adapt/modify this activity to your particular grade level and classroom? Please be specific (e.g. I am going to have the students create a hypothesis before exposing the beads to he sun)

* 15. How would you rate the overall course?

16. We were fortunate enough to be able to provide this workshop on a Saturday during Winter Break. If you would have preferred another date please provide us with some suggestions. We are also open to having the workshop during the Spring semester as well.

17. Please feel free to provide any additional comments, questions, or concerns.