Hedreich Nichols

Hedreich Nichols is an author and consultant that helps teachers amplify the voices of all students. In her book Finding Your Blind Spots: 8 Guiding Principles to Overcome Implicit Bias in Teaching, she combines her experience as “One Black Friend” and educator with academic research and strategies to ensure educators create equitable classrooms and campuses. Hedreich hosts a YouTube series and podcast, SmallBites, with the same focus. From SmallBites, to her work as a speaker, to educational publications and podcasts like Edutopia and Cult of Pedagogy, and in conferences; Hedreich uses her voice to create change around issues of access and equity.

  • Author and educational consultant helping teachers and districts amplify the voices of all students
  • Wrote Finding Your Blind Spots: 8 Guiding Principles to Overcome Implicit Bias in Teaching (a Solution Tree title) and five social justice titles with Cherry Lake Publishing
  • Leads highly sought-after workshops and courses to promote unity, even when teaching topics considered divisive
  • Hosts a YouTube series and podcast, SmallBites
  • Serves as K-12 EdTech specialist for a school district in North Texas
  • Previously was a music educator and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter
  • Master of Education from Texas A&M University
Hedreich Nichols

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  1. Who Else Was There? How To Avoid Bias By Teaching Hidden Narratives
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    Who Else Was There? How To Avoid Bias By Teaching Hidden Narratives

    Renowned author and educational consultant Hedreich Nichols will show you how to integrate “Who else was there?” into your lessons, allowing students to take ownership of their learning about diverse players. You will discover new ways to amplify student voices, develop media literacy skills, and promote inquiry-based learning.

    What You'll Learn

    • What are centered and non-centered narratives?
    • Where can you find traditionally non-centered narratives?
    • How can you use inquiry to drive the search for hidden stories?
    • How should you prepare your learning community for diverse narratives?
    • How can you navigate community conversations around diverse stories?

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