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Department
Education
Course
EDUC 229
Professor
J A Q U E L I N E M O S S E L S O N
Semester
Fall

Description
International Educational Hip hop and International Education the song- “The Word” Paulo Friere- Pedagogy of the oppressed youth voices reciever-entric Challenges Traditional power structures Questions! How can Hip Hop be an educational tool? Who has the power to teach knowledge? What tools affect hidden cirriculum and norms within our educations system? Why don't we use hip hop as an educational tool, considering its popularity with youth? Compare and Contrast commercial hip hop and international hip hop? What is Hip Hop? Voice derogatory terms ( ex. Nigga, bitch) “main stream” interpretation of poor, inner city people What Is International Hip Hop/ What influences International Hip Hop? Political accent, and location. Content/Style differences Issues of the area. Local problems The Power of International Hip Hop Distinction between international hip hop and commercial hip hop Is the “voice” of urban, disenfranchised youth Political, powerful, angry- Challenged status quo! Addresses global issues in local setting Musical fusion Easy/Free dissemination ( use of technology) MaStreets Music Video What issues are they addressing in this video? How is Language used and navigated? How are they trying to reach the audience? Discussion Of Video: showing there anger, frustration and depression from there current situation. Zimbabwe and the problems with there economy, education syst
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