Teaching with Hip Hop in the 7-12 Grade Classroom: A Guide to Supporting Students' Critical Development Through Popular Texts
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About the Author
Lauren Leigh Kelly is Assistant Professor of Urban Teacher Education at Rutgers University, USA.
"Teachers should not enter into the Hip Hop education space without reading Teaching with Hip Hop in the 7-12 Grade Classroom, regardless of grade level. This book is more than a guide; it will be your bible. Kelly has masterfully, with much care and love, assembled assignments, assessments, and activities that are intended to engage students in the beautiful process of world-making. This book is written by a master teacher--let it transform you and your classroom."
--Dr. Bettina L. Love, Award-winning author and the William F. Russell Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, USA
"Lauren Kelly is one of the most significant scholars in the field of hip-hop education. Her ability to merge theory, practice, philosophy and pedagogy are on full display in this masterful work. This is a contribution that elevates the culture and the artform in powerful ways. I am thankful for it and her. You need this in your library."
-Dr. Christopher Emdin, New York Times bestselling author, Robert A. Naslund Endowed Chair and Professor of Education at the University of Southern California, USA