Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Marine Bio Beats
Biology professor Jeremy Long led students from a local high school in creating a rap-inspired track that explores marine biology concepts.
Long's students explored negative effects of seawood contamination.
Jeremy Long, a biology professor at San Diego State University, has utilized music as a teaching mechanism for years.
His unique teaching style fuses marine biology concepts with elements of hip-hop. Each semester, Long teams up with students from Mar Vista High School in Imperial Beach to teach important marine biology concepts with a fun twist — turning learning into a hip-hop video.
This year's result is "Seaweed Shop," a play on Macklemore's hit song "Thrift Shop" that explores the negative effects of copper on seaweed.
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