These blog posts were my first shareable content at chadzullinger.com. My first blog post was after an evening of experiencing Alfie Kohn speak about the state of education in 2013 (As a novice writer, I believe I used the term “assault” as a substitution for critical lens). Since then, the blog has been a space for me to share ideas, examples of my work as a music teacher, and a place to work through/out my scholarly writing and doctoral coursework.

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Situating myself in Curricular Inquiry

In the educational landscape of maker spaces, personalized and project-based learning, and an ever increasingly connected classroom, I have the sense that the opportunity to allow students to explore and create music has never been more attainable in the field of music education. In all aspects of Education, the distinction between teacher and learner is […]

Da capo

Am super excited to share the inaugural episode of Da capo. This is my foray into podcasting, which has turned out to be a lot of fun! Friend and colleague Stephen Keys and I kept running into each other out on the conference circuit in the spring of 2019. We thought, instead of limiting our […]

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Ubiquitous Learning

“Today’s students will be a knowledge producer, drawing together a range of available knowledge resources – instead of a knowledge consumer, fed just one source, the old textbook. They will work effectively in pairs or groups on collaborative knowledge projects, creating knowledge to be shared with peers. They will continue to learn beyond the classroom, […]

SJBS Spotlight

In my current position at St. John the Baptist School I was asked to share some student work and EdTech ideas at our monthly Catholic Schools Dioceses of Oakland tech coordinator meeting. In this presentation are highlights of our student produced SJTV Network, and student work from our Project Based Learning curriculum. Am really proud of […]