Hip Hop Education: An Interview w/ Dr. Chris Emdin

As part of a forthcoming series of interviews on the intersections of hip hop, spoken word, and education – one of my students traveled with me to Teachers College, Columbia University, where we interviewed Dr. Chris Emdin.

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3 comments

  1. Students want to be taught in the tradition way. Please do not disrespect their families and introduce them to Hip Hop.

  2. It is wonderful that a truly Socratic dialectic is reemerging thanks to the use of Hip-Hop, helping students open to the rigors of science… or any subject matter, for that matter. If the integration of Hop-Hop Art makes make better science learners, what might it do for Literature or Math or…?

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