The Instructional Technology Consultant in the Office of Assessment, Data Management, and Digital Learning will provide support to faculty and students for teacher licensure performance assessments (edTPA), digital learning, and research. Responsibilities include:
providing leadership, communication, and regular updates for edTPA throughout the Educator Preparation Program;
serving as the ECU edTPA coordinator and liaison through communication with Pearson, Taskstream, and SCALE;
designing and delivering professional development for faculty such as edTPA orientation and local evaluation training;
updating support resources for students and faculty, including maintaining an edTPA website;
analyzing patterns of student learning/performance for program improvement;
facilitating edTPA training and mentoring for elementary and secondary education candidates, faculty, staff, student teacher supervisors and cooperating teachers;
providing logistical and technical assistance to students during the edTPA submission process;
participating in edTPA Webinars and attending edTPA training and statewide meetings;
consulting with, supporting, and training faculty to engage emerging technologies in support of new initiatives to improve educator candidate learning outcomes;
collection, aggregation, disaggregation, and analysis of teacher candidate performance assessment data
Additional responsibilities include:
collecting, analyzing, and reporting data for Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI);
developing and delivering professional development to teacher education faculty and candidates that will address NC Digital Learning Competencies;
performing statistical analysis, interpreting and evaluating results, and contributing to reports, presentations, and scholarly publications;
providing research support for faculty on practice-based research projects;
other assignments by the Director and/or Dean of the College.
Special Instructions To Application:
Applicants must complete an online profile and submit a letter of interest, a current CV/resume, and list of references to be considered. The final candidate will be required to provide official transcripts upon hire.
Master’s degree in Education or related area (including, but not limited to, Curriculum & Instruction, Assessment & Measurement, or Instructional Technology). Qualifying degrees must be conferred and received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Documented experience with spreadsheet applications, specifically MS Excel. Excellent communication skills which include written communication, technical writing, and oral presentation skills. Professional experience should include evidence of planning, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
Full time or Part time: Full Time
Position Location (city): Greenville
Position Number: 931659
Organizational Unit Overview:
The Office of Assessment, Data Management, and Digital Learning is housed in ECU’s College of Education. The College is home to six instructional departments, as well as, the Office of Educator Preparation, Office of Research, and Office of Assessment, Data Management, and Digital Learning.
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