Teachers Can Rap
Hip Hop Headucatorz are more than just a rap group. Our crew is comprised of DJs, producers, emcees, breakers, and graffiti artists. We are all active teachers who embrace Hip Hop culture both in and out of the classroom. As professional educators, we know how it can reach and inspire our students.
We encourage teachers to bring Hip Hop culture into their classrooms with ready-to-use resources.
The Math Album
The Math Album is a multi-media production that teachers can use to engage their students in the four basic operations of mathematics. The activities vary in difficulty and are designed by teachers for students in Grades 1-6.
Head of the Class
Head of the Class is our debut album. It is available wherever you get your music and on streaming services. The deluxe edition comes with an 80-page teacher resource book.
CBC Radio Interview
Rebecca Zandbergen of London Morning interviewed Chase March about our mission to teach through the popular music genre of Hip Hop.
Leaders of Litres
The theme for this song is leadership so we collaborated with a special guest who knows a lot about the topic, Dinco D of the legendary group Leaders of the New School.
Award-winning teacher and recording artist, MikeAll wanted to make a special song to celebrate World Teachers Day in 2019. He recruited fellow educators to craft a song about education.
The debut single “Each One Teach One” featured vocals by Wizekrak, MikeAll, Just Sev, A-Cubed, Tigz,Jon Corbin, and Chase March, with production by I.Khan and cuts by Chase March.
Little did they know, that this singular track would spark a movement. They continued to work on music, added more members to the group, and even started creating resources for teachers to bring Hip Hop music and culture to the classroom.
They crew is currently 10 members strong. Every member of the group is a licensed and registered teacher working in elementary and secondary education in Ontario.
What’s New with Hip Hop Headucatorz
‘Twas a Capital affair when four Headucatorz (Chase March, Jon Corbin, MikeAll & the apologette) travelled to Ottawa for a panel discussion on Hip Hop in education. The event was part of the first ever Hip Hop theatre festival at the NAC. The Headucatorz had an engaging conversation with host Adrienne Codett. Topics explored were…
The National Arts Centre in Ottawa hosted a two-week event and it was absolutely incredible. We were fortunate enough to be part of a panel called “Dangerous Minds: In Conversation with Hip Hop Headucatorz.” Chase March brought his turntables to spin some music before the panel so people could get familiar with our music. After…
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