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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At the 2018 CMEA Bay Section Winter Conference I presented a couple of sessions around music and technology, along with colleagues here in the Bay Area. A subject that I feel is somewhat less represented in our community are Apps that Elementary music teachers can use in their classrooms with their students. So… why not […]
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At one of my first Music Education Conference Sessions, I wanted to espouse the benefits of a really cool, new web 2.0 piece of software called Noteflight as a cost effective alternative to Finale and/or Sibelius. At that time, I had already implemented and was using with my students and thought: why not have my students […]
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In my role as Technology Coordinator at St. John the Baptist School, I maintain a staff/faculty blog page as a way to share and curate educational technology information and resources. http://sjbstechspace.blogspot.com