Mr. Lewer teaches social studies to 9-12 graders: AP US History, US History, World History, Participation in Democracy, and Modern History of Hawai’i. He believes in creating a true sense of wonder in the classroom, and loves to make his students “struggle” in ways that encourage them to think more fully about complex historical issues that have left indelible tangible marks on the ways we understand the present.
See resources from our past teacher workshops below!
Nakem! Filipino & Filipino American History, Culture, & Food In Hawaiʻi Student and Teacher Workshop
Visit our Nakem! Filipino & Filipino-American History, Culture, and Food in Hawaiʻi workshop Padlet to access resources and video recordings of our speaker sessions!
Click here to visit our Nakem! Speaker Series Padlet Page!
Debate and Diplomacy that Changed the World Workshop Series
See our Debate and Diplomacy Workshop Padlet to access resources and video recordings of our speaker sessions!
Click here to visit our Debate and Diplomacy Speaker Series Padlet Page!
Mālama Our History Community Speaker Workshop Series
Our Padlet provides all resources provided by organizations who shared in our Community Speaker series. Featuring presentations by: Bishop Museum, Filipino-American Historical Center of Hawaiʻi, Hawaiian Mission Houses, Historic Hawaiʻi Foundation, Hula Preservation Society, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and East West Center, King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, ʻUluʻulu: The Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni Moving Archive of Hawaiʻi, Kona Historical Society, Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, and University of Hawaiʻi Congressional Papers.
Click here to visit our 2020 Mālama Our History Community Speaker Padlet
Why is Protest a Bad Word? Teacher Workshop
This collaborative Padlet provides resources and materials from the 2020 teacher workshop on Protest, Racism, and Social Change Resources.
Click here to visit our Teacher Workshop – Protest, Racism, and Social Change Resources Padlet