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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In the summer of 2016 I traveled to the south of France to coordinate several projects for the Delaware Choral Academy. While on the ground in Aix-en-Provence I managed several photographers, a principal videographer, brought a portable recording rig with me and produced a documentary film about the Summer Symposium in France. The Summer Symposium […]
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A colleague from outside my department, one who teaches Ethics in our Religious Studies department to sophomores, observed my Music Appreciation A class today. His write-up of that class is presented here: Collegial Observation by Patrick Lannan by czullinger
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Dr. Michael Connolly, Director of Choirs at the University of Portland, brought his choir over for a choral exchange while on tour through the Bay Area in January 2016. He sent a very nice thank you letter to the President, Rev. Ed Harris, S.J. about their experience and thoughts about the choral program at St. […]
A colleague from within the department, the current Fine Arts Department Chair, observed my Music Appreciation class today. Her write-up of that class is presented here: Class Observation by czullinger