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Miller, Angie L.; Rocconi, Louis M.; Dumford, Amber D. – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2018
High-impact practices (HIPs) are important co-curricular educational experiences in post-secondary education, as they promote learning, development, and persistence among students. The goal of this study was to extend the research on HIPs to explore potential connections with HIP participation and career outcomes. Using data from the National…
Descriptors: College Seniors, Educational Practices, Education Work Relationship, Career Planning
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Provencher, Ashley; Kassel, Ruth – Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 2019
Institutions of higher education increasingly have adopted high-impact practices (HIPs) as a means to increase student retention and engagement. Yet, the growth and assessment of these practices have primarily focused on a student's first and final years, which can contribute to a second-year slump. Administrative data from a small, 4-year liberal…
Descriptors: College Students, School Holding Power, Learner Engagement, Student Participation
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Meacham, Shuaib James; Meacham, Sohyun; Thompson, Misty; Graves, Hattie – Reading Teacher, 2019
The authors employ hip-hop music as a literacy heuristic aimed at supporting the literacy development of kindergarten and first-grade students. How do young students learn to write hip-hop lyrics? How do young students engage in hip-hop reading and writing processes? The classroom examples show that students engaged in individual and interactive…
Descriptors: Music, Literacy Education, Kindergarten, Grade 1
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Sachs, Aaron Dickinson; Schönfeldt-Aultman, Scott M. – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2018
The authors utilise the format of a dialogue in this essay to explore the place of hip-hop in the United States College classroom. Dialogue fosters a spirit of collaboration that generates more reflective responses and can spark new ideas that would be difficult to think of individually. Previous scholarship has also argued that hip-hop is itself…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Popular Culture, Literary Devices, Classroom Communication
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Kruse, Adam J. – Music Education Research, 2018
With the aim of diversifying popular music education scholarship, this article explores the phenomenon of hip-hop musical learning as experienced by eight American hip-hop musicians who describe how as well as with whom they learned to create and perform. The study explores issues related to learning processes, social relationships, and the role…
Descriptors: Music Education, Popular Culture, Musicians, Learning Processes
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Söderman, Johan; Sernhede, Ove – Music Education Research, 2016
Since hip-hop first appeared in New York over 35 years ago, it has been associated with social activism and education. Accordingly, it is not surprising that academic institutions in universities and K-12 schools are interested in hip-hop. In this article, we will highlight the "hip-hop academisation" and map out a new direction in a…
Descriptors: Dance, Popular Culture, Music, Foreign Countries
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Zilvinskis, John; McCormick, Alexander C. – Journal of College Student Development, 2019
High-impact practices (HIPs), a set of distinctive educational experiences associated with a range of educational benefits, have garnered the attention of educators, policy makers, and researchers alike. Concerns exist regarding who has access to HIPs, and one possible impediment is paid employment. We investigated the relationship between student…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Student Employment, Service Learning, Student Research
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Kruse, Adam J. – International Journal of Music Education, 2016
Music education scholarship in the areas of popular, vernacular, and participatory musicianship has grown in the past decades; however, music education research concerned specifically with hip-hop has been relatively scarce. Because hip-hop music can differ tremendously from the traditional western genres with which many music educators are most…
Descriptors: Music Education, Popular Culture, Teaching Methods, Classification
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Hudson, Audrey – Art Education, 2020
Although all things about hip-hop culture are not positive, indigenous hip-hop offers narratives of nationhood, pride, resurgence, and calls for Indigenous sovereignty. Through this art form, one gets to see traditional dance steps merged with b-boy/girl styles and graffiti that interrupts the urban landscape with images of history and hope.…
Descriptors: Music, Musicians, Indigenous Populations, Urban Areas
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Craig, Todd – Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, 2015
Prompted by a moment in the classroom in which the DJ becomes integral for the writing instructor, this article looks at how the hip-hop DJ and hip-hop DJ/Producer become the intrinsic examples for first-year college writing students to think about how they conduct revision in their writing. After a review of two seminal hip-hop books and other…
Descriptors: Revision (Written Composition), Popular Culture, College English, Teaching Methods
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Love, Bettina L. – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2016
Hip hop music and culture have a complex identity in that hip hop is based in self-determination, resistance, and the long enduring fight for Black freedom, but was also created alongside the seductiveness of the material and psychological conditions of capitalism, sexism, and patriarchy. Hip hop pedagogy (HHP) as a pedagogical framework is…
Descriptors: Music, Self Determination, Teaching Methods, Intervention
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Brewington, Quincy L.; Hall, Jori N. – American Journal of Evaluation, 2018
Social justice--oriented evaluation approaches are described as participatory, culturally and contextually responsive, and self-empowering. These evaluation approaches call for the genuine participation of stakeholders for sound evaluations, particularly those outside of decision-making and service providing. Similarly, hip-hop is commonly…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Music, Cultural Context, Cultural Relevance
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Zilvinskis, John – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2019
High-impact practices (HIPs), such as undergraduate research, internships, and senior-capstone projects, are prominent within the academy. Scholars surmise aspects of HIP quality (e.g., student effort, peer collaboration, and faculty interaction) are related to desired outcomes for students (e.g., engagement, GPA, and satisfaction). Using data…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Quality, Undergraduate Students, Student Research
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Tobias, Evan S. – Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 2014
Excluding Hip Hop culture and rap music from music education misses opportunities for addressing key aspects of popular culture, society, and students' lives. This article addresses intersections of Hip Hop, gender, and music education to forward potential Hip Hop praxis. After tracing related scholarship, I discuss and problematize…
Descriptors: Music Education, Popular Culture, Cultural Influences, Gender Issues
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Kuh, George; O'Donnell, Ken; Schneider, Carol Geary – Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 2017
2017 is the anniversary of the introduction of what are now commonly known as high-impact practices (HIPs). Many of the specific activities pursued under the HIPs acronym have been around in some form for decades, such as study abroad, internships, and student-faculty research. It was about ten years ago that, after conferring HIPs at Ten with…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Higher Education, Equal Education, Disproportionate Representation
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