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Hedreich Nichols is an author, educator and consultant helping educators and districts amplify the voices of all students. Hedreich’s YouTube series and podcast, SmallBites, further helps campuses amplify student voices by focusing on equity in education. Between SmallBites and her work as a writer, Hedreich works to help educators create more culturally responsive classrooms and campuses. Her Cherry Lake trade titles "What is Antiracism?" and "What is the Black Lives Matter Movement?" provide teachers with materials to help students understand systemic inequities; and her upcoming Solution Tree title provides educators with guiding principles to help them become more culturally responsible.
As a speaker at conferences like VASCD, MASCD, CUE, ISTE, etc. Hedreich provides educators with inspiration to move beyond conversations around race; giving them hands-on, research-based strategies that can be immediately implemented.
Hedreich received her Master of Education in educational technology at Texas A&M University.
- What Critical Race Theory is not
- The tenets of CRT
- What can we talk about?
- Student-Driven instructional practices
- Why is CRT up for debate?
- Teacher training
Connect with Hedreich
Facebook: Hedreich Nichols
LinkedIn: Hedreich Nichols