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Zusatztext Ratchetdemic is a timely and essential resource for teachers, parents, and whoever else needs this compelling and accessible and above all absolutely refreshing take on pedagogy. Here's to more and more classrooms being filled with learning, healing and joy. Jacqueline Woodson, MacArthur Fellow and National Book Award winner for Brown Girl Dreaming Christopher Emdin reminds us of the importance of nurturing and celebrating the identities of all young people. Ratchetdemic will inspire a new generation to be their authentic selves both within and beyond the classroom. It is the written form of what our music aims to do. GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan Ratchetdemic reminds us of the skills and power that our students and teachers walk into the classroom with, how we need to honor those skills and that power, and the responsibility we have to our community. This is a must-read, rooted in demands for justice that our classrooms deserve. DeRay Mckesson, activist and host of Pod Save the People Chris Emdin has done it again. Ratchetdemic , a modern answer to Carter G. Woodson's 1933 Mis-Education of the Negro , pushes the boundaries of what school should be. While the current schooling enterprise propels us into the role of Woodson's psychically deadened, self-loathing 'Negro' who seeks to exterminate Black students' authentic selves in the name of 'education,' Emdin instead asks that we free ourselves from the mechanistic, decontextualized lessons we've been trained to deliver and transform our education to embrace the real identities and experiences of Black (and, indeed, all) youth. While this book is politically and pedagogically revolutionary, it is really about igniting joyin our teaching and in our students' souls. Welcome to 'Ratchetdemia'! Lisa Delpit, author of Multiplication Is for White People and Other People's Children What Christopher Emdin offers in Ratchetdemic is not only a call for us to uplift the rigors of bringing our full selves to the epistemological foundations associated with the pursuit of educational justice; it is also an invitation to explore the ancient truth that being a little 'ratchet' can be healing for all of us. Monique W. Morris, author of Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools Informationen zum Autor Christopher Emdin is professor and program director of Science Education in the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University, where he also serves as associate director of the Institute for Urban and Minority Education. The creator of the #HipHopEd social media movement and the Science Genius program, he is the author of the New York Times bestseller For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood...and the Rest of Y'all Too and Urban Science Education for the Hip-Hop Generation. Connect with him on Twitter @chrisemdin or on his website, www.chrisemdin.com. Klappentext A revolutionary new educational model, part philosophy and part pedagogy, encouraging educators to provide spaces for students to display their academic brilliance without sacrificing their identity. Bestselling author and educator Christopher Emdin advocates a new identity and sensibility for educators which bridges the seemingly disparate worlds of the ivory tower and urban classroom. Highlighting the major inequities in urban education, Emdin argues in favor of a simple solution: that being "ratchetdemic," or both ratchet and academic (like having rap battles about science) can empower students to embrace themselves, their background, and their education. Originating from hip-hop, "ratchet" refers to the way individuals describe themselves and embrace aspects of who they are - qualities that are often demonized. Modern schooling, Emdin argues, dismisses ratchet i...

Ratchetdemic is a timely and essential resource for teachers, parents, and whoever else needs this compelling and accessible and above all absolutely refreshing take on pedagogy. Here’s to more and more classrooms being filled with learning, healing and joy.”
—Jacqueline Woodson, MacArthur Fellow and National Book Award winner for Brown Girl Dreaming

“Christopher Emdin reminds us of the importance of nurturing and celebrating the identities of all young people. Ratchetdemic will inspire a new generation to be their authentic selves both within and beyond the classroom. It is the written form of what our music aims to do.”
—GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan

Ratchetdemic reminds us of the skills and power that our students and teachers walk into the classroom with, how we need to honor those skills and that power, and the responsibility we have to our community. This is a must-read, rooted in demands for justice that our classrooms deserve.”
—DeRay Mckesson, activist and host of Pod Save the People

“Chris Emdin has done it again. Ratchetdemic, a modern answer to Carter G. Woodson’s 1933 Mis-Education of the Negro, pushes the boundaries of what school should be. While the current schooling enterprise propels us into the role of Woodson’s psychically deadened, self-loathing ‘Negro’ who seeks to exterminate Black students’ authentic selves in the name of ‘education,’ Emdin instead asks that we free ourselves from the mechanistic, decontextualized lessons we’ve been trained to deliver and transform our education to embrace the real identities and experiences of Black (and, indeed, all) youth. While this book is politically and pedagogically revolutionary, it is really about igniting joy—in our teaching and in our students’ souls. Welcome to ‘Ratchetdemia’!”
—Lisa Delpit, author of “Multiplication Is for White People” and Other People’s Children

“What Christopher Emdin offers in Ratchetdemic is not only a call for us to uplift the rigors of bringing our full selves to the epistemological foundations associated with the pursuit of educational justice; it is also an invitation to explore the ancient truth that being a little ‘ratchet’ can be healing for all of us.”
—Monique W. Morris, author of Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools

Autorentext
Christopher Emdin is professor and program director of Science Education in the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University, where he also serves as associate director of the Institute for Urban and Minority Education. The creator of the #HipHopEd social media movement and the Science Genius program, he is the author of the New York Times bestseller For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood...and the Rest of Y’all Too and Urban Science Education for the Hip-Hop Generation. Connect with him on Twitter @chrisemdin or on his website, www.chrisemdin.com.

Klappentext

A revolutionary new educational model, part philosophy and part pedagogy, encouraging educators to provide spaces for students to display their academic brilliance without sacrificing their identity.

Bestselling author and educator Christopher Emdin advocates a new identity and sensibility for educators which bridges the seemingly disparate worlds of the ivory tower and urban classroom. Highlighting the major inequities in urban education, Emdin argues in favor of a simple solution: that being "ratchetdemic," or both ratchet and academic (like having rap battles about science) can empower students to embrace themselves, their background, and their education. Originating from hip-hop, "ratchet" refers to the way individuals describe themselves and embrace aspects of who they are - qualities that are often demonized. Modern schooling, Emdin argues, dismisses ratchet identity as anti-intellectual and punishes youth for straying from the academic norms. Emdin explains these deviations include so-called "disruptive behavior" and celebration of hip hop music and culture, which leaves young people in classrooms frustrated and uninspired. Ratchetdemic reclaims the word, and proposes an alternative model to education that centers those who do not fit into established academic paradigms.



Zusammenfassung
A revolutionary new educational model that encourages educators to provide spaces for students to display their academic brilliance without sacrificing their identities

Building on the ideas introduced in his New York Times best-selling book, For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood, Christopher Emdin introduces an alternative educational model that will help students (and teachers) celebrate ratchet identity in the classroom. Ratchetdemic advocates for a new kind of student identity—one that bridges the seemingly disparate worlds of the ivory tower and the urban classroom.

Because modern schooling often centers whiteness, Emdin argues, it dismisses ratchet identity (the embodying of “negative” characteristics associated with lowbrow culture, often thought to be possessed by people of a particular ethnic, racial, or socioeconomic status) as anti-intellectual and punishes young people for straying from these alleged “academic norms,” leaving young people in classrooms frustrated and uninspired. These deviations, Emdin explains, include so-called “disruptive behavior” and a celebration of hip-hop music and culture.

Emdin argues that being “ratchetdemic,” or both ratchet and academic (like having rap battles about science, for example), can empower students to embrace themselves, their backgrounds, and their education as parts of a whole, not disparate identities. This means celebrating protest, disrupting the status quo, and reclaiming the genius of youth in the classroom.

Inhalt
Foreword: “I Am a Ratchetmom” by jessica Care moore

Introduction

CHAPTER 1
Dr. White

CHAPTER 2
Oreo

CHAPTER 3
Ratchet as Tool

CHAPTER 4
Ratchet as Being and Freeing

CHAPTER 5
Elevators, Haters, and Suckas

CHAPTER 6
Cages and Conditioning

CHAPTER 7
Clones

CHAPTER 8
Soul Wounds and White Gauze

CHAPTER 9
Frenemies and Energy

CHAPTER 10
Toward Healing: A Cure for Impostor Syndrome

CHAPTER 11
The Get Back

CHAPTER 12
Restitution Over Rescue Missions

Discussion Questions
Notes
Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Ratchetdemic
Untertitel: Reimagining Academic Success
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EAN: 9780807089507
ISBN: 978-0-8070-8950-7
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Random House N.Y.
Genre: Pädagogik
Anzahl Seiten: 264
Veröffentlichung: 10.08.2021
Jahr: 2021