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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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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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Petchauer, Emery – Urban Education, 2015
One fundamental breakthrough in the field of hip-hop education in recent years is the shift from understanding hip-hop solely as content to understanding hip-hop also as aesthetic form. In this article, I chart the roots of this shift across disciplines and focus on what it might mean for the future of hip-hop education, pedagogy, and research in…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Urban Education, Teaching Methods, Aesthetics
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Young, Jamaal; Young, Jemimah; Cason, Marti; Ortiz, Nickolaus; Foster, Marquita; Hamilton, Christina – Education Sciences, 2018
This article argues that the development of rap song lyrics or lyrical concept mapping can be a viable pedagogical alternative to the development of concept maps as a means to reinforce STEM vocabulary. Hip-hop pedagogy is a culturally responsive pedagogy that leverages the funds of knowledge acquired from hip-hop culture. Unfortunately, many…
Descriptors: Concept Mapping, Culturally Relevant Education, STEM Education, Vocabulary Development
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Kelly, Lauren Leigh – Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 2016
This article explores the ways in which females who identify with hip-hop often develop and construct their identities in relation to media representations of blackness and femininity in hip-hop music and culture. In order for educators to support female students in constructing identities of empowerment and agency, they should be willing and able…
Descriptors: African American Students, Females, Femininity, African American Culture
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Shelby-Caffey, Crystal; Byfield, Lavern; Solbrig, Stephanie – Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, 2018
If an educator is to take a critical stance, teach students to do the same, and design lessons that engage students in thoughtful discussions and actions surrounding issues of social justice, then discussions of politics, race, culture, economics and systems of power are crucial to this work, and the use of hip-hop is a worthwhile endeavour. In…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Critical Literacy, Critical Thinking, Popular Culture
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Kruse, Adam J. – General Music Today, 2016
In this article, I offer four principles relevant to hip-hop cultures (keep it real, flip the script, make some noise, and stay fresh) and explore how these principles might affect music classrooms. I argue that a music classroom that works to keep it real, flip the script, make some noise, and stay fresh might go beyond teaching hip-hop skills…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Educational Principles, Educational Practices, Classroom Techniques
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Belle, Crystal – Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 2016
Current scholarship suggests that many youths identify with hip-hop, especially youths of color. Study of this artistic form has been suggested as a means of helping youths acquire and become fluent in literacy practices. This article explores how the use of a hip-hop literacies curriculum addressed the literacy skills of urban ninth-grade English…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Music, Culturally Relevant Education, Minority Groups
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Broughton, Anthony – Early Child Development and Care, 2017
Cultural continuity between home and school has been emphasized in a range of research concerning diversity and multicultural education [Colombo, M. (2005). "Reflections from teachers of culturally diverse children." "Young Children, Beyond the Journal," 60(6). Retrieved from…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Music, Cultural Context, Play
Gangloff-Bailey, Felicia – ProQuest LLC, 2017
The influence of hip hop culture and music on African-American youth is profound and can be used as a tool to shape positive outcomes in education. Hip hop has been used effectively in the classroom to engage students and enhance their critical thinking (Gangloff-Bailey & Freeman, 2014). In addition, hip hop has been described as a socializer…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Music, African Americans, African American Culture
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Kim, Jung; Pulido, Isaura – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2015
Culturally relevant pedagogy is a framework that conceptualizes the process of student learning as contingent upon educators' deep understanding of students' cultural backgrounds to co-construct knowledge and develop academic skills. Concurrently, there are a growing number of studies that explore hip-hop as a culturally relevant curriculum for…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Culturally Relevant Education, Music, Urban Areas
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Khalifa, Muhammad – Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 2013
Ladson-Billings, Gay and among others have demonstrated the strong need for educational curriculum and practice to respond to the specific academic, cultural, and social needs of culturally unique, minoritized students. This article focuses on culturally responsive leadership practices for students with Hip-Hop identity performatives. This…
Descriptors: Urban Youth, Culturally Relevant Education, Popular Culture, Music
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Broughton, Anthony – International Journal of Early Years Education, 2017
Adults gain a wealth of knowledge from listening to the voices of children through intentional observations and interactions [Owocki, G., and Y. M. Goodman. 2002. "Kidwatching: Documenting Children's Literacy Development." Portsmouth: Heinemann]. Hip Hop play may provide optimal opportunities for teachers to tap into the young minds of…
Descriptors: Music, Popular Culture, Play, Qualitative Research
Adjapong, Edmund S. – ProQuest LLC, 2017
This dissertation explores the context of urban science education as it relates to the achievement and engagement of urban youth. This study provides a framework for Hip-Hop Pedagogy, an approach to teaching and learning anchored in the creative elements of Hip-Hop culture, in STEM as an innovative approach to teaching and learning demonstrates…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, African American Culture, Music, Popular Culture
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Love, Bettina L. – Urban Education, 2015
Hip-Hop-Based Education (HHBE) has resulted in many positive educational outcomes, ranging from teaching academic skills to teaching critical reflection at secondary levels. Given what HHBE initiatives have accomplished, it is troubling that there is an absence of attention to these methods in education programs for elementary and early childhood…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Urban Education
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