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SEEing to Lead

Jun 28, 2021

Nyree Clark is a Curriculum Program Specialist in EdTechPreK-6 for the Colton Joint Unified School District. She is a founding member of #EquityInActionCA and appointed to the Instructional Coaches Advisory Board for Future Ready Schools Organization. She is very passionate about amplifying the voices of the unheard through culturally responsive teaching pedagogy.

Main Takeaways:

  • Adults have the same needs as students
  • Title one schools should be teaching and have the same material and expectations as their affluent neighbors
  • Sarah Hammond's 3 levels of Culturally Responsive Teaching
  • Don't focus on race focus on culture
  • Create deeper relations with students
  • Get uncomfortable with teachers not for teachers
  • The most boring thing that can happen to you is to get 30 of the same thing back for an assignment
  • Whoever is doing the work is doing all the learning
  • Technology just amplifies what you already do. If you are focusing on student centered this in amplifies it. If your instruction is not good it amplifies it.
  • Creating a parent workshop series
  • It's not a nice thing to do. It's the right thing to do





Twitter: @MsNyreeClark


Instagram: nyree_edu

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