Archive | March 2013

#HipHopEdTO

Due to the enormous energy from part 1, we proudly present part 2: What is Hip Hop Ed.

Feature Speaker:
Simon Black, York University
@_SimonBlackhttp://simonblack.org/

We will be asking participants to come up with 6 topics for small group discussion / working groups, so come prepared to discuss!

Location: West Side Arts Hub
1785 Finch Ave West
(Located within York Woods Library (Jane/Finch). Enter through Library and go down one floor.

for more info see http://hiphopedto.wordpress.com/

www.facebook.com/events/148348495333732

#HipHopEdTO

hip hop poster part 2 update

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T-Dot Pioneers 3.0: The Future Must Be Replenished

T-Dot Pioneers 3.0: The Future Must Be Replenished

Event looks awesome!  Going to check it out this weekend!!! 

T-Dot Pioneers 3.0: The Future Must Be Replenished 
SOHO LOBBY GALLERY

Thursday March 7, 2013 to Friday April 26, 2013

The opening reception for T-Dot Pioneers 3.0: The Future Must Be Replenished takes place on Thursday, March 7 from 7 – 9 pm at the SOHO LOBBY GALLERY (36 Blue Jays Way, at Wellington Street West)

An Exhibit Exploring Toronto’s Hip Hop History

5 Steps to Overhaul Teaching – Chris Emdin #HipHopEd #HipHopEdTO

Amazing video by my ‘online’ mentor: Chris Emdin.  I have been following his work from his book, TED Talks, Twitter, piece on Harlem Fake and work with Wu Tang to integrate Hip Hop and Science together!

I recommend the links above to see the great work he is doing.  We need dedicated individuals to find alternative ways to increase student engagement and success.

#HipHopEd AfterChat Live From #SXSWedu #HarlemFake #HarlemShake

Follow these great Hip Hop Ed People on twitter!!!

@amilcook @chrisemdin @tdj6899 @raptjr @doc_scottb @husslington and me @brandonzoras

Thank you all for the great #HipHopEd chat discussing Harlem Fake / Shake and the co-opting knowledge.

For my part in the talk skip to 17 min mark! 🙂

Video recorded by Amil Cook