Danielle D. Billing is a graduate of the Education of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing  and Elementary Education programs at Augustana College. She is currently a first-year graduate student pursuing her M.A. in Gender, Ethnicity, and Disability in Education at Boise State University. She has been teaching at the Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind for almost seven years, where she currently teaches third and fourth grades.

Danielle also dabbles in radio as a morning show personality, served as the president of a roller derby league for two years, is an avid knitter, gardener, poet, actor, costumer, and tailor. She facilitates frequent shenanigans for her Tea-Rex, as he has some challenges arranging such shenanigans for himself. Her classroom, bedroom, and craft room are as magnificently cluttered as her mind. She likes to make music videos with her students and can often be seen standing on furniture. Also coffee. She drinks a lot of coffee.

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One comment

  1. I came across your blog looking up posts tagged “Gender”…I LOVE your blog. It’s rare that I’m made to feel at home in so many ways as an ABA therapist with a women’s studies degree pursuing creative writing. But here I am! So glad you are here!!


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