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Kelly Niccolls

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Kelly has been an educator for fourteen years. She began her career teaching in Southern California and has helped schools and systems reimagine teaching and learning, as well as serving as a school administrator. She is a Deeper Learning Equity Fellow, driven by the relentless belief in the possibility of social justice within education systems. Kelly focuses her education leadership on re-imagining structures for teaching and learning in order to empower all students for the future.

Getting Through: Leading Through And To A New Generation Of Learning Systems

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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, leadership is more important than ever, especially in building a new generation of learning systems.

Getting Through: Supporting Learners as they Transition to School at Home

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Getting Smart staff members Kelly Niccolls and Rebecca Midles discuss home-bound learning opportunities for students and share resources to help get you started.

Smart Review | Designed to Learn

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Lindsay Portnoy makes the case for using design thinking to bring purpose and passion into the classroom in her new book, Designed to Learn.

Creating Culturally Linguistic and Responsive Classrooms: A Place Where All Kids Belong

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Culturally linguistic and responsive teaching in the classroom can create meaningful learning experiences for students.
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Getting Clearer: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

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Practicing culturally responsive pedagogy helps form communities of learners that care authentically, learn deeply and actualize fully.

Leading with Love and Centering Student Voice: Big Picture Leadership Conference 2019

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By: Rebecca Midles & Kelly Niccolls. Big Picture Leadership Conference is setting the standard for student-centered learning and leadership.

Getting Clearer: Educator Movements

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This part of the #GettingClearer blog series shares educator movements. These nation-wide communities empower innovative education work. 

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