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Kelvin Y.S. Chun

1070 Ala Napunani St. #402

Honolulu, Hawaii 96818

(808)839-1480

 kyschun@hawaii.edu  http://www.kelvinchun.com

 

Offering exceptional experience in business, instructional design, mathematics, technology, magic, balloon artistry, kite-making and communication skills.

 

Education: University of Hawaii (UH)

May, 1995: College of Education, Master of Education (M. Ed.), Major: Educational Technology.

May, 1993: College of Arts and Science, Graduate Certificate, Major: Telecommunication Information Resource Management (TIRM).

May, 1986: Leeward Community College, Major: Accounting, Associate in Science (AS).

May, 1985: Leeward Community College, Major: Information and Computer Science (AS).

December, 1983: College of Education, Professional Diploma (PD), Major: Secondary Education - Mathematics.

May, 1982: College of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Major: Business Economics & Quantitative Methods.


Credit Union National Association

September, 2015, August, 2017: CUNA Volunteer Certification Program

Areas of Study


September, 2015: CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program: 

Basic Certificate and Pin

Board of Directors courses

Credit Committee/Lending courses

Credit Union Services

Supervisory Committee

Regulatory Compliance

Board Financial Literacy Certificate

Credit Union Leadership Certificate and Pin

Edward Filene Certificate and Pin
Awarded when any 12 VAP courses are completed including the prerequisites V01, V02 and V03

Friedrich Raiffeisen Certificate and Pin

Awarded when any 18 VAP courses are completed including the prerequisites V01, V02 and V03

Roy F. Bergengren Certificate and Pin

Awarded when any 24 VAP courses are completed including the prerequisites V01, V02 and V03

Alphonse Desjardins Certificate and Pin

Awarded when any 30 VAP courses are completed including the prerequisites V01, V02 and V03

Louise Herring Certificate and Pin

Awarded when any 36 VAP courses are completed including the prerequisites V01, V02 and V03

Dora Maxwell Certificate and Pin

Awarded when any 42 VAP courses are completed including the prerequisites V01, V02 and V03
Thomas Doig Certificate and Pin
Awarded when any 48 VAP courses are completed including the prerequisites V01, V02 and V03

National Association of Federal Credit Union 
Certified Volunteer Expert Course

06/2015, 07/2017:Certified Volunteer

Certification: Governance 
Certification: CEO Oversight 
Certification: Strategic Planning 

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY: Hawaii Department of Education

1998 - 2014: Nu`uanu Elementary School: Technology Resource Teacher & Librarian / Media Specialist.

1996 - 1998: Waialae Elementary School: Multimedia Learning Center Facilitator

1995 - 1996: Pohakea Elementary: Technology Resource Teacher. (High-need children)

1992 - 1995: Campbell Complex/Leeward District Office (11 Schools): Technology Resource Teacher.  (High-need children)

Assisted Campbell Complex and Leeward District schools with: general assessment of present and future technological needs.

1990 - 1991: General Education Branch, OIS: Computer Education Specialist II.

Planned, designed, and developed the state computer education program for all students, grades K-12. Identified pre-service and inservice training needs of teachers and coordinates with districts in designing training programs.

1991 - 1992: Waialua Intermediate & High School: Math Teacher.

1990 - 1992: Moanalua High School: Adult Education Computer Literacy Teacher.

1987 - 1990: Pearl City High: Computer Science and Math Teacher.

1984 - 1987: Waianae High School: Math Teacher - (High-need children).

1984 and Summers from 1984 - 1986: Moanalua High School: Math Teacher.

1983: McKinley High School: Math Teacher (Student Teacher).

1983:  Kaiser High School: Observation / Participation

1983: Maryknoll Elementary School: Observation / Participation

Summer, 1982: Department of Health, Research & Statistics: Health Surveillance: Volunteer Statistical Research Assistant

Fall, 1980: University of Hawaii, Central Accounting: Accounting Assistant

1975-1984: Dole Pineapple Cannery, Processing Department: Temperature Regulator & Inspector, Palletizer / Seamer Operator

 

University of Hawaii, Outreach College: Technology and Math Instructor:

Professional Development Teacher Trainer

1993 - Present: University of Hawaii, Outreach College: Technology and Math Instructor State/District Summer Institute. Taught 10 summers TECS, ETEC and EDCI courses through College of Continuing Education and the Department of Education. The courses covered topics in technology and mathematics.

Summers, 2000-2001: Nuuanu Elementary School, Technology Classes

Summers, 1998-99: Nuuanu Elementary School, Technology Classes

Summers, 1996-1997: Waialae Elementary School,Technology and Math Classes

Summer, 1996: Aliamanu Intermediate School, Math Classes

Summers, 1993-1995: Ewa Beach Elementary School, Technology Classes

Department of Education, "B" Credit Classes: Technology Instructor at:

Summer, 1999: Nuuanu Elementary School, TLCF: Hyperstudio Basics

Spring, 1997: Waialae Elementary School,Technology Classes

Summer, 1993: Ewa Beach Elementary School, Technology Classes

 

Professional Entertainer

1992 – Present: Magician & Balloon Entertainer

International Awards & Conference Presenter: International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM),  Society of American Magicians,(SAM), Texas Association of Magician's (TAOM), Pacific Coast Association of Magician (PCAM), Fellowship of Christian Magician's Convention, New Zealand International Magicians Convention, Hong Kong Convention, Japan Convention, and Canadian Association of Magicians

 

VOLUNTEER / COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS

2016-2017: Vice Chair, Board of Director

2014 - Present: HIUSA FCU Board of Director Volunteer

2014 - Present: See Dai Doo Director Volunteer

2001 - Present: HIUSA FCU Volunteer: Technology, Entertainment, & Golf Committee

August, 1998: Balloon Sculpturing Donation- "Back to School" Project for needy children in Waianae

Sponsored by the Young Lawyers Division, and the Waianae District Office of the Honolulu Community Action Program

April, 1998: Magic Show Donation - National Library Week (Informing library education)

July, 1997: Balloon Sculpturing Donation - Ciaomania!

A Birthday Celebration to Benefit Ronald McDonald House, Hawaii

(Mission: To provide a home-away-from home for parents and families of children with catastrophic illness)

Summer, 1982: Department of Health, Research & Statistics: Health Surveillance: Volunteer Statistical Research Assistant

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

2008-Present: Certificate of NCLB Highly Qualified Teacher: Elementary: K-6; Economics: 5-12; Mathematics: 5-12

2004-2016: Hawaii Teachers Standards Board License: Computer Education:K-12; Mathematics: 7-12

2004: Department of Education teacher license: Computer Technology & Secondary Mathematics Certificate

2004: Department of Education: Initial Educational Administrator Certificate

 

AWARDS & HONORS


August, 2017 UH  Department of Learning Design & Technology's Distinguished Alumni

2016: Hawaii Credit Union League and the Credit Union National Association, Inc., 

Pakela Award for Educational Achievement

February 28, 2016: Moanalua High School's PTSA 12th Annual Kina‘ole Honoree

August, 2013: HSTA Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation's Good Idea Grant Recipient

July, 2012: Hawaii Schools FCU’s HELP Grant Recipient

January, 2012: HSTA Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation's Good Idea Grant Recipient

April, 2011: 3M Ingenuity Grant Recipient

2011-2012: SPARK II, Rekindled (Solving Problems and Reaching for Knowledge) Grant

Outside-of-school science and math academy program

October, 2010: Hawaii State FCU Helping Hands Grant Recipient

July, 2010:- 2012 First Lego League / Junior First Lego League Coach & ROC/Friends Grant Recipient

July, 2009-2012: First Lego League / Junior First Lego League Coach & Grant Recipient

March, 2009: World Math Day Video Challenge Winner / VMath Live Grant Recipient

June, 2006: Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Participant / Completion Certificate

May, 2005: Education World Feature Teacher

February, 2004: George Lucas Educational Foundation Program Recognition

January, 2003: Classroom Connect: Top 12 Finalist for the Internet Educator of the Year 2003

December, 2002: National Ed Tech Leaders of the Year 2002

December, 2001: Ed Tech Leaders of the Year 2001 Semi-finalist

October, 2000: All USA Today 2000 First Teacher Team

August, 1999: 1999 Disney American Teacher Award Honoree: Elementary Specialist: Technology

May, 1999: Honolulu District Teacher of the Year

1994: Recipient of the Constance Dorothea Weinman Scholarship in Instructional Systems Technology

1989: Featured on High Voltage and KITV News on kite-making; Project BEST (Business Encouraging Superior Teachers) Internship at Chevron, USA; Recipient of the State Cultural Arts & Foundations Apprenticeship Grant on kite- making and flying Staff Development Leadership Activity:

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

2002 - Current: Hawaii USA Federal Credit Union: Technology Committee (volunteer)

AECT - Association for Educational Communications and Technology

NCTM - National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

ISTE - International Society for Technology in Education

ICCE - International Council for Computers in Education

HCTM - Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics

EDTECH - Educators for Technology and Computing in Hawaii

HSTE – Hawaii Society for Technology in Education

AKA - American Kite fliers Association

HKA - Hawaii Kite fliers Association

HTTA - Hawaii Table Tennis Association

CAP - Civil Air Patrol

IBM - International Brotherhood of Magicians

SAM - Society of American Magicians

See Dai Doo - Chinese Organization

 

Conference / Presentations:




2018, January 27: 

Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference

Poster Session - Mathematics Ikigai

STEM- Mathemagic, Balloons & Kites

2016, June 8: Kukulu Kaiaulu 2016: Kamehameha Schools Ed Tech Conference, "I-Ikigai Portfolio for life
2016, March 8: Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary School Career Day

2016, February 9: Kalakaua Middle School Career Day

2015, June 10: Kamehameha Schools Education Technology Conference 2015, "i-Portfolio for life"

Traditional portfolios have been stored in binders. This format was used for print-based materials. Electronic portfolios became an effective way to organizing, summarizing, and sharing artifacts, information, and ideas learning, along with personal and professional growth through text, visuals, audio, and video formats. Storage devices varied from floppy disks, hard drives, CD-ROM in digital formats such as text documents, picture files, web pages, digital video, and presentation files. With the development of social media and cloud storage, the electronic portfolio is a sampling of the breadth and depth of a person's work conveying the range of abilities, attitudes, experiences, and achievements. i-Portfolio is a redefinition of the electronic portfolio development process in a way that supports 21st century learning in which the individual learner will COLLECT, REFINE, DESIGN, and REFLECT on past and future experiences for life. By incorporating various resources, the learner will have the opportunity to technologically integrate their personal education, career, and life-long hobbies into their i-portfolio. Integration will reduce resistance to portfolio development as an activity and allow portfolios to become more personal, providing a richer connection between learning and their paths to knowledge.

2015, February 28:Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference

STEM- Mathemagic, Balloons & Kites

2015, February 9: HSTA-Retired - Life-long Activities after Retirement

2014-2017 Hawaii Credit Union League Convention, Directors and CEOS Leadership Convention, CUNA Conference, NAFCU Conference, CU Conference, and International Summit of the Cooperatives

06/2014: Accounting & Risk Seminar, Waialae Country Club/ Kwock & Company CPAs. 06/2014: Watchdog Mini Series #18: Strategic Planning,Waialae Country Club/ Kwock & Company CPAs 04/2008: Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3), Certiport.

2011: February 19: Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference

2008: Japan American National Museum in Los Angeles – Asian Kites

2007: E-School Conference - Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Experience

2002 - 2004: HSTA Conference: Mathemagic & Balloons

2002: NCTM - Las Vegas: Mathemagic & Balloons

2001: HSTA Conference: Mathemagic & Balloons

2000: E-School Conference - Technology Club of the 21st Century

2000: HCTM (Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics) - Math in Magic

1999: E-School Conference: Technology Club at Nuuanu School

1997: HCTM (Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics) - Technology

1996: HERN Conference, Leeward District Conference – Technology

1995: Math Conference: Mathemagic; HSTA Conference - Technology

1994: EDTECH and Middle School Conference - Technology

1993: Leeward/Windward District Math Conference - Balloons & Kite

1991: Academy of Arts: Kite


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