HipHopEd The Compilation on Hip hop Education

 HipHopEd  The Compilation on Hip hop Education
Author: Christopher Emdin,Edmund S. Adjapong
Publsiher: BRILL
Total Pages: 200
Release: 2018-03-29
ISBN: 9004371877
Category: Social Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

HipHopEd The Compilation on Hip hop Education Book Excerpt:

The first volume of #HipHopEd: The Compilation on Hip-hop Education serves as a collection of work from scholars, practitioners and students alike who share their research and experiences as it relates to the use of hip-hop in educational spaces.

HipHopEd the Compilation on Hip Hop Education

HipHopEd  the Compilation on Hip Hop Education
Author: Christopher Emdin,Ian Levy,Edmund Adjapong
Publsiher: Hip-Hop Education
Total Pages: 132
Release: 2021-08-30
ISBN: 9781433181610
Category: Electronic Book
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

HipHopEd the Compilation on Hip Hop Education Book Excerpt:

Hip-HopEd: The Compilation on Hip-Hop Education highlights the voices, stories, and narratives of educators and scholars who approach their practice and research using a framework anchored in hip-hop culture.

HipHopEd

 HipHopEd
Author: Christopher Emdin,Edmund Adjapong
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2018
ISBN: 1928374650XXX
Category: African Americans
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

HipHopEd Book Excerpt:

The first volume of #HipHopEd: The Compilation on Hip-hop Education brings together veteran and emerging scholars, practitioners and students from a variety of fields to share their research and experiences as it relates to the use of hip-hop in educational spaces. This text extends the current literature on hip-hop and education and focuses on the philosophy of hip-hop and education, the impact that hip-hop culture has on the identity of educators, and the use of hip-hop to inform mental health practices. Through their personal and practical experiences, authors of this text will spark new and creative uses of hip-hop culture in educational spaces.

HipHopEd the Compilation on Hip Hop Education

HipHopEd  the Compilation on Hip Hop Education
Author: Edmund Adjapong,Ian Levy
Publsiher: Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers
Total Pages: 278
Release: 2020-06-15
ISBN: 9781433172212
Category: African Americans
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

HipHopEd the Compilation on Hip Hop Education Book Excerpt:

Hip-Hop Ed: The Compilation of Hip-Hop Education, highlights the realities of hip-hop educators who grapple with cultivating and displaying themselves authentically in practice.

Hip HopEd The Compilation on Hip Hop Education

Hip HopEd  The Compilation on Hip Hop Education
Author: Edmund Adjapong,Ian Levy
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020
ISBN: 9781433172212
Category: Electronic Book
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Hip HopEd The Compilation on Hip Hop Education Book Excerpt:

Hip Hop Genius 2 0

Hip Hop Genius 2 0
Author: Samuel Steinberg Seidel,Tony Simmons,Michael Lipset
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 200
Release: 2022
ISBN: 1475864310
Category: Hip-hop
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Hip Hop Genius 2 0 Book Excerpt:

"Through stories about the professional rapper who founded the first hip-hop school and the aspiring artists currently enrolled there, Hip Hop Genius delivers a vision for how hip-hop's genius can lead to a fundamental remix of the way we think of teaching, school design, and leadership"--

Renegades

Renegades
Author: Trevor Boffone
Publsiher: Oxford University Press
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2021-06-18
ISBN: 0197577709
Category: Social Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Renegades Book Excerpt:

Renegades: Digital Dance Cultures from Dubsmash to TikTok explores how hip hop culture -- principally music and dance -- is used to construct and perform identity and maintain a growing urban youth subculture. This community finds its home on Dubsmash, a social media app that lets users record short dance challenge videos before cross-sharing them on different social media apps such as Instagram and Snapchat. Author Trevor Boffone interrogates the roles that Dubsmash, social media, and hip hop music and dance play in youth identity formation in the United States. These so-called Dubsmashers privilege their cultural and individual identities through the use of performance strategies that reinforce notions of community and social media interconnectedness in the digital age. These young people create a sense of identity and community that informs and is informed by hip hop culture. As such, the book argues that Dubsmash serves as a fundamental space to fashion contemporary youth identity. To do this, the book re-appropriates the term "Renegade" to explain the nuanced ways that Dubsmashers take up visual and sonic space on social media apps to self-fashion identity, form supportive digital communities, and exert agency to take up space that is often denied to them in other facets of their lives.

Hip Hop and Spoken Word Therapy in School Counseling

Hip Hop and Spoken Word Therapy in School Counseling
Author: Ian Levy
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 160
Release: 2021-05-27
ISBN: 1000388204
Category: Psychology
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Hip Hop and Spoken Word Therapy in School Counseling Book Excerpt:

This volume recognizes the need for culturally responsive forms of school counseling and draws on the author’s first-hand experiences of working with students in urban schools in the United States to illustrate how hip-hop culture can be effectively integrated into school counseling to benefit and support students. Detailing the theoretical development, practical implementation and empirical evaluation of a holistic approach to school counseling dubbed "Hip-Hop and Spoken Word Therapy" (HHSWT), this volume documents the experiences of the school counsellor and students throughout a HHSWT pilot program in an urban high school. Chapters detail the socio-cultural roots of hip-hop and explain how hip-hop inspired practices such as writing lyrics, producing mix tapes and using traditional hip-hop cyphers can offer an effective means of transcending White, western approaches to counseling. The volume foregrounds the needs of racially diverse, marginalized youth, whilst also addressing the role and positioning of the school counselor in using HHSWT. Offering deep insights into the practical and conceptual challenges and benefits of this inspiring approach, this book will be a useful resource for practitioners and scholars working at the intersections of culturally responsive and relevant forms of school counseling, spoken word therapy and hip-hop studies.

Engaging with Multicultural YA Literature in the Secondary Classroom

Engaging with Multicultural YA Literature in the Secondary Classroom
Author: Ricki Ginsberg,Wendy J. Glenn
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 210
Release: 2019-02-18
ISBN: 0429629559
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Engaging with Multicultural YA Literature in the Secondary Classroom Book Excerpt:

With a focus on fostering democratic, equitable education for young people, Ginsberg and Glenn’s engaging text showcases a wide variety of innovative, critical classroom approaches that extend beyond traditional literary theories commonly used in K-12 and higher education classrooms and provides opportunities to explore young adult (YA) texts in new and essential ways. The chapters pair YA texts with critical practices and perspectives for culturally affirming and sustaining teaching and include resources, suggested titles, and classroom strategies. Following a consistent structure, each chapter provides foundational background on a key critical approach, applies the approach to a focal YA text, and connects the approach to classroom strategies designed to encourage students to think deeply and critically about texts, themselves, and the world. Offering a wealth of innovative pedagogical tools, this comprehensive volume offers opportunities for students and their teachers to explore key and emerging topics, including culture, (dis)ability, ethnicity, gender, immigration, race, sexual orientation, and social class.

Critical Perspectives on Teaching in the Southern United States

Critical Perspectives on Teaching in the Southern United States
Author: Tori K. Flint,Natalie Keefer
Publsiher: Lexington Books
Total Pages: 258
Release: 2020-10-21
ISBN: 179361413X
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Critical Perspectives on Teaching in the Southern United States Book Excerpt:

Critical Perspectives on Teaching in the Southern United States presents new and provocative insights into education in the Southern United States, from the perspective of educators with a variety of experiences. This book foregrounds the Southern United States as having unique sociopolitical, sociohistorical, and sociocultural contexts which directly influence knowledge and classroom pedagogies. Contributors use a range of critical frameworks that coalesce around methods including: self-reflection through research, social justice advocacy, and culturally responsive, culturally relevant, culturally sustaining, and asset-based pedagogies. Through the lenses of these critical frameworks, several contributors also address challenges and strategies for teaching controversial topics in the classroom. Drawing upon unique experiences teaching in various regions of the Southern United States, chapters explore salient topics such as race, language, gender, discrimination, identity, immigration, poverty, social justice, and their influence(s) on pedagogy. This book raises questions considering the ways that history has shaped present-day Southern education and about the myriad complex dynamics that influence pedagogy in the Southern U.S. context. Ultimately, this book affirms the importance of utilizing critical perspectives in contemporary discussions about education in the Southern United States.

For the Culture

For the Culture
Author: Lakeyta Bonnette-Bailey,Adolphus Belk
Publsiher: University of Michigan Press
Total Pages: 346
Release: 2022-02-24
ISBN: 0472132865
Category: Rap (Music)
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

For the Culture Book Excerpt:

Examines the relationship between social justice, Hip-Hop culture, and resistance

Creative Research Methods in Education

Creative Research Methods in Education
Author: Kara, Helen,Lemon, Narelle
Publsiher: Policy Press
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2021-03-16
ISBN: 1447357086
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Creative Research Methods in Education Book Excerpt:

Co-authored by an international team of experts across disciplines, this important book is one of the first to demonstrate the enormous benefit creative methods offer for education research. You do not have to be an artist to be creative, and the book encourages students, researchers and practitioners to discover and consider new ways to explore the field of education. It illustrates how using creative methods, such as poetic inquiry, comics, theatre and animation, can support learning and illuminate participation and engagement. Bridging academia and practice, the book offers: • practical advice and tips on how to use creative methods in education research; • numerous case studies from around the world providing real-life examples of creative research methods in education practice; • reflective discussion questions to support learning.

Ideating Pedagogy in Troubled Times

Ideating Pedagogy in Troubled Times
Author: Shalin Lena Raye,Stephanie Masta,Sarah Taylor Cook,Jake Burdick
Publsiher: IAP
Total Pages: 273
Release: 2019-10-01
ISBN: 1641138661
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Ideating Pedagogy in Troubled Times Book Excerpt:

We began the call for this book by asking authors to ideate on activism -to take up and seek to extend- the interbraided values from the Curriculum and Pedagogy group’s espoused mission and vision, collocating activist ideologies, theoretical traditions, and practical orientations as a means of creatively, reflectively, and productively responding to the increasingly dire social moment. This moment is framed by a landscape denigrated beyond even Pinar’s (2004) original declaration of the present-as-nightmare. The current, catastrophic political climate provides challenges and (albeit scant) opportunities for curriculum scholars and workers as we reflect on past and future directions of our field, and grapple with our locations and roles as educators, researchers, practitioners, and beings in the world. These troubled times force us to think critically about our scholarship and pedagogy, our influence on educational practices in multiple registers, and the surrounding communities we claim to serve. This is where the call began: from a desire to think through modern conceptions regarding what counts as activism in the fields of education, curriculum, and pedagogy, and to consider how activist voices and enactments might emerge differently through curriculum and pedagogy writ large. A guiding source of inspiration for this book, weaving among the emerging themes between the collected manuscripts, reflections, and poems, was a passage in Sara Ahmed’s (2013) book, The Cultural Politics of Emotion. In this passage, Ahmed works through the complicated relationship between the testimonies of pain that injustice causes, the recognition of this pain, and the potential of these wounds to move us into a different relationship with healing (p. 200). The chapters, reflections, and poems within this volume, thus, effect a collective ideation on how specific cultural politics and deleterious ideological formations – racism, colonialism, homophobia, ableism, to name only a few – persist and mobilize. The authors seek to expose and name some of these injustices, asking readers not only see and hear these experiences, but to inhabit our complicities in their promulgation. It is important to acknowledge that these named social troubles do not exist in isolation, and will enmesh, weave, wind, and entangle with one another. The section headings parallel Ahmed’s (2013) own ideations: testimony, recognition, and wounds, not as a formula to follow as an activist call, or as a model for a means to a more just end, but as a way to engage in these issues as a trope of activist confrontation of readers who are, as many of our authors suggest, complicit in maintaining many of these social troubles. The chapters do not need to be read in any particular order, though the ordering of the chapters moves from the naming of social troubles, to showing how teaching, research, and theory ask us to take a more active role in recognizing and acknowledging the prevalence of these issues, and then theorizing ways to engage the wounds.

Techno Vernacular Creativity and Innovation

Techno Vernacular Creativity and Innovation
Author: Nettrice R. Gaskins
Publsiher: MIT Press
Total Pages: 206
Release: 2021-08-10
ISBN: 0262365944
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Techno Vernacular Creativity and Innovation Book Excerpt:

A novel approach to STEAM learning that engages students from historically marginalized communities in culturally relevant and inclusive maker education. The growing maker movement in education has become an integral part of both STEM and STEAM learning, tapping into the natural DIY inclinations of creative people as well as the educational power of inventing or making things. And yet African American, Latino/a American, and Indigenous people are underrepresented in maker culture and education. In this book, Nettrice Gaskins proposes a novel approach to STEAM learning that engages students from historically marginalized communities in culturally relevant and inclusive maker education. Techno-vernacular creativity (TVC) connects technical literacy, equity, and culture, encompassing creative innovations produced by ethnic groups that are often overlooked. TVC uses three main modes of activity: reappropriation, remixing, and improvisation. Gaskins looks at each of the three modes in turn, guiding readers from research into practice. Drawing on real-world examples, she shows how TVC creates dynamic learning environments where underrepresented ethnic students feel that they belong. Students who remix computationally, for instance, have larger toolkits of computational skills with which to connect cultural practices to STEAM subjects; reappropriation offers a way to navigate cultural repertoires; improvisation is firmly rooted in cultural and creative practices. Finally, Gaskins explores an equity-oriented approach that makes a distinction between conventional or dominant pedagogical approaches and culturally relevant or responsive making methods and practices. She describes TVC habits of mind and suggests methods of instructions and projects.

The Cultural Legacies of Chinese Schools in Singapore and Malaysia

The Cultural Legacies of Chinese Schools in Singapore and Malaysia
Author: Cheun Hoe Yow,Jingyi Qu
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 258
Release: 2021-03-01
ISBN: 1000340082
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Cultural Legacies of Chinese Schools in Singapore and Malaysia Book Excerpt:

This edited volume examines the historical development of Chinese-medium schools from the British colonial era to recent decades of divergent development after the 1965 separation of Singapore and Malaysia. Educational institutions have been a crucial state apparatus in shaping the cultural identity and ideology of ethnic Chinese in Singapore and Malaysia. This volume applies various perspectives from education theory to heritage studies in dealing with the cultural legacy and memory of such schools as situated in larger contexts of society. The book offers comprehensive practice-based analysis and reflection about the complex relationships between language acquisition, identity construction, and state formation from socio-political-cultural perspectives. It covers a broad range of aspects from identities of culture, gender, and religion, to the roles played by the state and the community in various aspects of education such as textbooks, cultural activities, and adult education, as well as the representation of culture in Chinese schools through cultural memory and literature. The readership includes academics, students and members of the public interested in the history and society of the Chinese diaspora, especially in South East Asia. This also appeals to scholars interested in a bilingual or multilingual outlook in education as well as diasporic studies.

The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies

The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies
Author: Shirley R. Steinberg,Barry Down
Publsiher: SAGE
Total Pages: 1752
Release: 2020-03-06
ISBN: 1526486482
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies Book Excerpt:

This extensive Handbook will bring together different aspects of critical pedagogy with the aim of opening up a clear international conversation on the subject, as well as pushing the boundaries of current understanding by extending the notion of a pedagogy to multiple pedagogies and perspectives. Bringing together a group of contributing authors from around the globe, the chapters will provide a unique approach and insight to the discipline by crossing a range of disciplines and articulating both philosophical and social common themes. The chapters will be organised across three volumes and twelve core thematic sections. The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies is planned to be an essential benchmark publication for advanced students, researchers and practitioners across a wide range of disciplines including education, health, sociology, anthropology and development studies

Afrosonic Life

Afrosonic Life
Author: Mark V. Campbell
Publsiher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Total Pages: 160
Release: 2022-02-24
ISBN: 1501379305
Category: Music
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Afrosonic Life Book Excerpt:

Afrosonic Life explores the role sonic innovations in the African diaspora play in articulating methodologies for living the afterlife of slavery. Developing and extending debates on Afrosonic cultures, the book attends to the ways in which the acts of technological subversion, experimentation and production complement and interrupt the intellectual project of modernity. Music making processes such as dub, turntablism, hip-hop dj techniques and the remix, innovate methods of expressing subjecthoods beyond the dominant language of Western “Man” and the market. These sonic innovations utilize sound as a methodology to institute a rehumanizing subjectivity in which sound dislodges the hierarchical ordering of racial schemas. Afrosonic Life is invested in excavating and elaborating the nuanced and novel ways of music making and sound creation found in the African diaspora.