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About Noah Karvelis

Noah Karvelis studied music education at the University of Illinois and is currently a music teacher in Phoenix, Arizona. He is also a musician, community organizer working with the Arizona #RedForEd movement, and will begin his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this Fall. Noah’s research focuses upon the intersections of education, power, and democracy. 

Show Highlights

  • Why Hip Hop in the classroom
  • The power of music videos in the classroom
  • Hip Hop Pedagogy to connect with students
  • Getting started with Hip Hop Pedagogy
  • Resources for Hip Hop Pedagogy
  • Creating a sustainable Hip Hop class environment

Connect with Noah

Twitter: @Noah_Karvelis

Email: [email protected]

Additional Resources

Race, Class, Gender, and Rhymes: Hip Hop as Critical Pedagogy

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

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