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Chris Emdin: Wu-Tang Clan Catalyzed His Decision to Teach

Chris Emdin, associate professor of math education, told a business innovation gathering in Providence, Rhode Island, that the Wu Tang Clan inspired him to become a teacher. Emdin collaborated with GZA, a founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan, on a program that incorporates hip-hop concepts and rap into science education for middle and high school students.

Link: 500+ “Innovation Junkies” Pack BIF2015 Summit in Providence

Published Thursday, Sep. 17, 2015

Chris Emdin: Wu-Tang Clan Catalyzed His Decision to Teach

Chris Emdin, associate professor of math education, told a business innovation gathering in Providence, Rhode Island, that the Wu Tang Clan inspired him to become a teacher. Emdin collaborated with GZA, a founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan, on a program that incorporates hip-hop concepts and rap into science education for middle and high school students.

Link: 500+ “Innovation Junkies” Pack BIF2015 Summit in Providence

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