1. Dipkin 1994


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    • Major versus Minor ODR


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      BOQ Critical Element 3: Effective Procedures for Dealing with Discipline

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      • PBS Hawaii - HIKI NŌ: Episode 512 | Mitchell Kouchi - Iolani School


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        Students from Iolani School in Honolulu introduce us to 17-year-old filmmaker Mitchell Kouchi. Mitchell came into the world with Hemifacial Microsomia, and as a result was born without a left mandible, a narrow wind pipe, a shortened tongue, and an extra ear hole on his right side. This condition has led to eight surgeries, one of which was to insert a screw into his jaw that his father had to tighten on a daily basis. Despite these physical challenges, Mitchell has a positive outlook and wants to become a professional filmmaker. In describing why he is so passionate about filmmaking, he quotes one of his heroes, Steven Spielberg, who said, "Film is a way for the director to see what he wants to see." "So the way I want to see life, I can make it in a video. I can make it anything I want. I have full control of that life; that universe is mine," says Mitchell.

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        • PBS Hawaii - HIKI NŌ: Episode 512 | Butterflies For Compassion - Ewa Makai Middle School


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          From the Ewa district of Oahu, an instructor at Ewa Makai Middle School teaches students compassion through the first-hand study of butterflies.

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          • PBS Hawaii - HIKI NŌ: Episode 512 | Dyslexia - Kalaheo High


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            a student at Kalaheo High School in Windward Oahu deals with dyslexia

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            • PBS Hawaii - HIKI NŌ: Episode 512 | Grandma Epsy - Waipahu Intermediate,


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              From Waipahu Intermediate School in Central Oahu, a former sugar plantation worker imbues the tours she gives of Waipahu’s Plantation Villages with her life experiences.

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              • PBS Hawaii - HIKI NŌ: Episode 512 | U.S.S. Missouri - Kapolei High School


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                Students from Kapolei High School in Central Oahu re-design, transfer and install a World War II photo exhibit from the U.S.S. Missouri at their school library.

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                • PBS Hawaii - HIKI NŌ: Episode 512 | Drawing Indigenous Plants - Ke Kula Niihau O Kekaha Public Charter School


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                  At Ke Kula Niihau O Kekaha Public Charter School on Kauai, students learn how to "see" by drawing indigenous Hawaiian plants.

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                  • Ken Burns' True American History - Ep. 1


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                    In the first episode of Ken Burns new series we take a look at the incredible Apollo 11 space launch, which delivered the first men to the moon. Charlie Duke, CAPCOM commander, revisits those tense and exciting final moments before lift-off. Also featured on Entertaining Video (http://www.entertainingvideo.com/ken-burns-true-american-history-ep-1/) Craporama Films on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/craporamafilms Craporama Films on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCySNnv84gcAsvRqqgDCBw0A Craporama Films on Funny or Die: http://www.funnyordie.com/craporama

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                    • Lon Safko On His PBS Televison Special "Mobile Marketing"


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                      Show: http://22s.com/lonsafko This is Lon Safko speaking about social media in a brief segment from his public television special "Social Media & You... Communicating In A Digital World".

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