The best things happen through collaboration. Reach out for consultation or facilitation opportunities.
"This framework encourages us to interrogate the null curricula – or what is NOT said, studied, or addressed in the classroom - and to challenge those silences and gaps, while also understanding that there is implicit curricula ignited by all that we include and exclude in our own affect, curricula, and engagement in the classroom."
For equity centered consultation, speaking engagements, or facilitation opportunities, please reach out.
Feel free to also explore the collaborative work of Dr. Marlee Bunch and Brittany Collins who offer a myriad of perspectives and experiences fostered through their collaborative and individual endeavors-- teaching experiences, curriculum design, ABAR/DEI work, trauma-informed/grief-responsive teaching, and more.
Dr. Bunch is committed to connecting with educators and the community. Some of the areas of content she can speak to include:
The HUSH Framework
Education (middle school/high-school/gifted education/ESL)
English Language Arts
Unlearning the Hush study of Black female educators
Implementing best classroom practices