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Hey all! So I know I haven’t blogged lately, mostly due to the business that this last few weeks has caused, and I’ll try to give you an update on things as the semester comes nearer to an end, but I thought that you might appreciate a little teaser while you wait. I found this thanks to Darren Rowse‘s TwiTip (follow Darren on Twitter at @ProBlogger), and thought it was definitely worth watching!
As I’ve gotten more into the world of Twitter and micro-blogging lately, I’ve realized how much Twitter can really do for you (think networking, professional development, etc.). I never, though, thought I would be able to do this using Twitter:
I saw this somewhere on Facebook and was completely and utterly struck by it, so felt I needed to share it with all of you. Keith Olbermann makes a emotional, thought-provoking, and all-in-all fantastic case for the cause of gay marriage, and for the rights he and I feel every person deserves, democrat or republican, Christian or Jewish, black or white, gay or straight. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, and please don’t take this as my trying to impose mine on you, but I would implore upon anyone, whether you support “Prop 8″ or not, to listen to Olbermann’s comments. They sum it up perfectly.
Andrew Zweibel is the director of the magnet band program at South Dade Senior HS in Homestead, FL. He is a graduate of the University of Miami's Frost School of Music. He is known online for innovating the Music Education/Technology Social Media community. To learn more about Andrew, visit the About page.
There are some days where lightbulbs turn on in your head at an alarming rate. I love those days, don’t you? I also love music education and technology. So when I had three huge lightbulbs turn on in my head today, ALL related to music education and technology, I’m pretty sure it can be classified as[...]
Isn’t it interesting how you don’t realize how hard you’ve been working until you aren’t working anymore? I have been working my tail off for a year and a half. And when I say working, I really mean it. I once did the math… in a four-day week, I worked 90 hours. That’s three meals[...]
It’s hard to believe how quickly the last year has gone by. Believe it or not, I am set to start my second year teaching (!!) in just a few short days! Don’t worry, Grandma Leila, I’ll make sure to shower early tomorrow night to avoid the night-before-the-first-day-of-school water shortage like you always remind me[...]
I hate the phrase “new year’s resolution.” It seems silly that we should pick one day per year to “resolve” to do something on the first day of the year, as if to say the first day of January is somehow more special than any other normal day. Think of it… how many “new year’s[...]
After an enjoyable end to my Cayman trip (sorry for the lack of updates!), moving out, and a LONG drive, I’m here in Minnesota getting ready to attend the University of Minnesota’s “The Art of Wind Band Teaching” Symposium starting this afternoon in Minneapolis! I was originally accepted to the Symposium with a new teacher/college[...]
Greetings, all, from paradise! I write to you as I’m sitting on the back porch of our beautiful house here on Grand Cayman after having spent two days here getting ready for the Creative Music Project to begin next week! It has been a busy few days, but here’s the short version of some of[...]
As I mentioned this weekend, I am preparing to head to the Cayman Islands tomorrow to take part in teaching a free week-long music workshop to the students on the island. With my fellow teachers and teacher educators in the Creative Music Project, we will be working for a week with the local students on[...]
Too quiet! Indeed, since I’ve gotten back from a short vacation after graduation, it has been very quiet here in South Florida. Having said goodbye to almost all of my close friends and finished my internship/school, things have slowed down a lot for me. Believe it or not, I’m BORED! A few of the things[...]