This original song and music video was a final project created by one of JoEllen Fisherkeller’s graduate students at New York University who took her course Global Youth Media Fall 2012. They read and discussed all the chapters in the book the student references throughout. For the final project, students are required to synthesize what they have learned from the course, and they have to address a real audience outside the classroom demonstrating what they have learned and suggesting a course of action. Joel McIlven (a.k.a. “appl juc”), interested in hip hop education, created a rap… And it’s quite catchy!
Resource submitted by NAMLE Member Vanessa Domine
Vanessa Domine is currently an Associate Professor at Montclair State University where she teaches under/grad courses in teacher education. Dr. Domine was elected to the NAMLE Board of Directors in 2009 and currently serves as the Vice President and co-editor of the Journal of Media Literacy Education. In her spare time she is “Dr. Mom” to her 4 media-literate children. Follow her on Twitter @vanessadomine
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