About Us

Our 21st century cooperative is committed to providing next generation education solutions designed for educators by educators.

Our programs are standards-based, research-driven and battle-tested in real classrooms with real students.

Our Services

Google Apps for Education

Google Apps for Education

1:1 Deployment & Change Management

1:1 Deployment & Change Management

Future Ready Learning

Future Ready Learning

Apple OSX & iOS

Apple OSX & iOS

Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality

School Turnaround Services

School Turnaround Services

Next Gen Curriculum Development

Next Gen Curriculum Development

Common Core & Technology

Common Core & Technology

Leadership Development

Leadership Development

Our Projects

  • Future Ready Learning

    Built on the amazing success of the Access Learning project, Future Ready Learning is changing the way students learn. FRL is a student-centered, research-based and battle-tested approach to infusing robust technology, hyper-collaboration and entrepreneurship into Hawai‘i's classrooms.

    Want to learn more?
  • Hawaii Charter Schools 1:1 Pilot

    This is the project that started it all. With a generous grant from Google, Inc, HPCSN was able to give more than 500 charter school students Chromebooks and their teachers training on how to use them. This pilot was a proof of concept for the Access Learning project and ultimately Future Ready Learning.

  • Hawaii Google Educator Group

    The Hawaii Google Educator Group was one of the first in to be created. It is currently the third largest GEG in the world and the most active. The community shares best practices, answers each others questions and host synchronous and asynchronous virtual professional development. We welcome you to join!

    Join the Hawaii GEG!
  • Puna Lava Relief Mapping Project

    In 2014 an active volcano threatened the town of Pahoa on the island of Hawai‘i. The lava flow was flowing straight towards the middle of town. The flow was going to cut the town in half and make it impossible for many of the kids to attend their home schools. Not to worry, the Moonshot Kids and Kea‘au High School students came to the rescue.

    Read more here!
  • Project Open Glassroom

    Project Open Glassroom started out as an experiment with how to use Google Glass in the classroom. Teachers from around the world were able to remotely observe student learning through the student's eyes. The project is now shifting towards researching ways live streaming 360 video can be used to create a more immersive & interactive remote professional development experience.

    See how it works!
  • The Moonshot Academy

    The Moonshot Academy is a school concept puts students rightfully at the center of imagining, designing, and building the future they want to live in. The Moonshot Academy empowers students as active agents of innovation, growth, and sustainability, transforming the greater American education system through a focus on the development of Moonshot solutions to local and global challenges.

    Learn more here!

What Educators Are Saying

Elementary School Teacher

I was able to create, manipulate, and collaborate with other teachers. It was a great time for me to see what other teachers are doing and I'm inspired to create more in my classroom.

Technology Coordinator

“Well, this is one of the BEST workshops that I’ve attended. I found myself alert for the entirety of the class. The recommendation I can give is that these classes are offered in frequency on the outer islands as well as Oahu.”

High School Teacher

“The presenter was super well organized, easy to follow, allowed time for us to practice he is super knowledgeable and tied the information to the classroom setting.”

Middle School Principal

“This was a very thorough course that focused on the problems that we actually worried about at our school. I entered the session fairly stressed about the amount of work I still needed t do to create documentation and planning documents for our 1:1 rollout and eve more worried about the problems I didn’t know about yet. During the course I received useful, real-world tested answers that I can take back and implement immediately.”

Middle School Teacher

"There was a lot of great resources to take back to the classroom. They didn't just give us information but they let us explore and work with the tools. It was a little overwhelming with how much awesome things there were but I felt supported by the instructors."

High School Teacher

I liked that we were given time in some classes to practice and then create curriculum for our own classroom. I also liked that we were able to choose from a menu of classes to best fit our needs.

Elementary School Teacher

"I would suggest this because it does empower you as a teacher. It emphasized that it's not about the technology, it's about WHY we use it and WHAT we're using it for."

High School Principal

"My mind was blown several times--thanks 🙂 Loved it."

Elementary School Principal

"I loved the presenters - they were amazing, The presentation was well -designed and provided plenty of work time and time for island wide collaboration as well. We appreciated the open flow of the workshop and the attention to both individual and group needs. The tools provided were amazing and so well done. Excellent quality. "

High School Curriculum Coordinator

"The information, the inspiration, and the hope that a dream can actually become a possibility."

Middle School Technology Integrator

"It inspired me to see what is possible with integrating technology into the learning process; I felt confident that this gives us a chance to catch up to the students in a way that is meaningful and will greatly build their technology skills to become problem solvers."

Elementary School Teacher

"Information provided was awesome. The work session was valuable and helpful. "

Our Architects

Brendan Brennan

Brendan Brennan

Lead Education Architect

Marybeth Baldwin

Marybeth Baldwin

Lead Education Architect

Miki Tomita

Miki Tomita

Lead Education Architect

Melanie Ishihara

Melanie Ishihara

Lead Education Architect

Michael Fricano

Michael Fricano

Lead Education Architect


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