Lindsay M. Brazell

Educator, Musician, Creative

Submissions for November Music Education Blog Carnival

Greetings, Music Ed folk! It’s time to send your submissions for the November Blog Carnival which will be hosted right here! Wait! Some answers to your questions… 1. What’s the Music Education Blog Carnival? It’s a monthly publication hosted...

Stop, Drop, and Delegate!

As I approach my second year of teaching, I am constantly adding to my “Things To Do Differently Next Year” list. Reflection is such an important part of teaching, and I find it much easier to reflect and ponder my year over the summer as I bask in the sun rather than...
I Text My Choirs…Do You?

I Text My Choirs…Do You?

During my first few days of new teacher orientation last year I attended a session about social media for teachers to see what was permissible by my district. At the time, most mainstream social media platforms were not allowed, which was a bit of a downer for me,...

On Not Being A “Search Engine Music Educator”

I read this very short, but thought provoking article by Seth Godin, an author/entrepreneur/marketer, that has been on my mind lately. It’s about the idea of Search vs. Discovery: “Are you working to help your clients, patrons, customers and colleagues find what they...
4 iOS Apps That Make Me Feel Like the Most Productive Teacher Ever

4 iOS Apps That Make Me Feel Like the Most Productive Teacher Ever

Photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/courtneyrian/ I have an illness. I download productivity apps like they were giving away money inside the app. I’ve written about a few apps I like on my blog before, but I have to share with you these four treasures....