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Welcome to the Cipher of the Master Teachers, where we exercise Knowledge, Wisdom and Understanding… Speaking Life into our communities world wide and Hip-Hop Culture!!! Now Available on #Anchor #ApplePodcasts #iTunes #GooglePodcasts #Spotify #Breaker #Castbox #Overcast #Pocketcasts #RadioPublic #Stitcher Episode 1: #HelloWorld!!! This first episode … Continue reading Welcome to the Cipher of the Master Teachers Podcast Series!!!
Arts Education Cuts: Lack of Funding or Lack of Faith? By: David Ginsburg on April 30, 2014 In NCLB: No Chance for Latinos and Blacks, I wrote about responses to test score pressure that have been a disservice to children. One of those responses, … Continue reading Making the Case for Arts Education
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM LAUNCH August 22, 2017 10:00 AM—1:00 PM Lehman College Campus 250 Bedford Park Blvd West, Music Building Location: East Dining Room Bronx, NY 10468 MEET WITH PRIME CONTRACTORS Panel Discussion Steps to Obtaining Contracts – BUILDING BUSINESS CAPACITY – Construction Licensing … Continue reading Bronx Construction Management Training Program Launch
Adolescent Language As Affectively Coded Behavior Danesi, M. (1989, Summer). Adolescent Language as Affectively Coded Behavior: Findings of an Observational Research Project. Adolescence, 24(94). Summary (Download Adolescent Language overview as a PDF) It is known that adolescents develop their own particular nomenclature. It is from … Continue reading Adolescent Language As Affectively Coded Behavior
Rites Of Passage In Adolescence Delaney, C.H. (1995, Winter). Rites of Passage in Adolescence.Adolescence, pp. 892-898. Summary (Download Rites of Passage overview as a PDF) Society has always recognized the transition from childhood to adulthood. These “rites of passage” are universal to the experience of … Continue reading Rites Of Passage In Adolescence
On Saturday, January 16, 2016, The Elements of Culture Performance Lecture Series hosted special guest Performance Lecturer TheSYMBOL at The Bronx Music Heritage Center. His performance lecture – Hip Hop and the Politics of Identity and Representation: If Hip Hop is a Legitimate Culture Who Is a part of the Culture? explores the larger Universal Elements of Cultural formation and how the birth of Hip Hop Culture in the Bronx responded to them and in turn, how popular culture responded to Hip Hop Culture. Check out the lecture by clicking on the link below and enjoy!!!