Memories from an Educator (Part 1)

Yesterday I unexpectedly reconnected (on Facebook) with a student, a working musician now for 20 years, from my last year as a music teacher over 25 years ago. He messaged me out of the blue: “Hello, were you a middle school chorus teacher in Georgia?” I replied: “Well, yes. But I’m thinking that was about 245 years ago now.” The… Continue reading

Schizophonia:

A dislocation of what we see around us and what we hear; inviting into our lives the voices of people who are not physically present with us. Even if you don’t suffer from it, your children probably do:  encased in the audio world of their earbuds and headphones. Two types of hearing: Active Listening Passive Hearing Two types of listening:… Continue reading