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  1. Hip-hop genius 2.0 : remixing high school education

    Seidel, Samuel Steinberg, 1978-
    Ten-year anniversary edition - Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2022]

    "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"--Many educators already know that hip-hop can be a powerful tool for engaging students. But can hip-hop save our schools-and our society? Hip Hop Genius introduces an iteration of hip-hop education that goes far beyond studying rap music as classroom content. Through stories about the professional rapper who founded the first hip-hop high school and the aspiring artists currently enrolled there, sam seidel lays out a vision for how hip-hop's genius-the resourceful creativity and swagger that took it from a local phenomenon to a global force-can lead to a fundamental remix of the way we think of teaching, school design, and leadership. This 10-year anniversary edition welcomes two new contributing authors, Tony Simmons and Michael Lipset, who bring direct experience running the High School for Recording Arts. The new edition includes new forewords from some of the most prominent names in education and hip-hop, reflections on ten more years of running a hip-hop high school, updates to every chapter from the first edition, details of how the school navigated the unprecedented complexities brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and uprising in response to the murder of George Floyd, and an inspiring new concluding chapter that is a call to action for the field.

  2. Hip hop genius : remixing high school education

    Seidel, Samuel Steinberg, 1978-
    Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Education, ©2011.

    An account of the High School for Recording Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota that demonstrates how hip-hop-based education can be a powerful medium for cultivating creativity and engaging students..cs95E872D0{text-align:left; text-indent:0pt; margin:0pt 0pt 0pt 0pt} .cs5EFED22F{color:#000000; background-color:transparent; font-family:Times New Roman; font-size:12pt; font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; } .csA62DFD6A{color:#000000; background-color:transparent; font-family:Times New Roman; font-size:12pt; font-weight:normal; font-style:italic; } .csB86C8CFE{color:#000000; background-color:transparent; font-family:Times New Roman; font-size:12pt; font-weight:bold; font-style:normal; } .cs61A9F7DB{color:#0000FF; background-color:transparent; font-family:Times New Roman; font-size:12pt; font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration: underline; } Many educators already know that hip-hop can be a powerful tool for engaging students. But can hip-hop save our schools? In Hip Hop Genius, Sam Seidel introduces an iteration of hip-hop education that goes far beyond the usual approach of studying rap music as classroom content and looks instead at deeply honoring the knowledge of urban students. Seidel lays out a vision for how hip-hop' s genius--the resourceful creativity and swagger that took it from a local phenomenon to a global force--can lead to a fundamental remix of the way we think of teaching, school design, and leadership. Through stories about the professional rapper who founded the first hip-hop high school and the aspiring artists currently enrolled there, Hip Hop Genius invites readers to think outside the (boom)box about what hip-hop education can mean and to consider the implications that a broader definition of hip-hop education could have on their teaching and learning experiences. This book is for all of the educators in need of new solutions and all the hip-hop heads who know hip-hop is far more than music. It is for everyone who refuses to watch brilliant young people slip through the cracks and is down to take action. View Sam' s YouTube trailer for the book here.Many educators already know that hip-hop can be a powerful tool for engaging students. But can hip-hop save our schools? In Hip Hop Genius, Sam Seidel introduces an iteration of hip-hop education that goes far beyond the usual approach of studying rap music as classroom content and looks instead at deeply honoring the knowledge of urban students. Seidel lays out a vision for how hip-hop's genius-the resourceful creativity and swagger that took it from a local phenomenon to a global force-can lead to a fundamental remix of the way we think of teaching, school design, and leadership. Through stories about the professional rapper who founded the first hip-hop high school and the aspiring artists currently enrolled there, Hip Hop Genius invites readers to think outside the (boom)box about what hip-hop education can mean and to consider the implications that a broader definition of hip-hop education could have on their teaching and learning experiences. This book is for all of the educators in need of new solutions and all the hip-hop heads who know hip-hop is far more than music. It is for everyone who refuses to watch brilliant young people slip through the cracks and is down to take action.

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