The Allen-Stevenson School, founded in 1883, is a K-9 independent school for boys with an enrollment of 415 students. The School is actively seeking candidates for an Ed Tech Integrator position to support the School’s faculty and students in their use of technology for teaching and learning. This full-time 10-month (academic year) position will begin in August 2019 and is eligible for our complete benefits package. Qualified candidates will have at least 3 years of teaching experience, a love of working with elementary and middle school students and demonstrated success teaching technology skills in Grades 4-9. The ideal candidate must possess a passion for all forms of technology and an enthusiasm for learning and teaching new technology as it emerges.
Deliver technology-integrated lessons that support learning across the curriculum in grades 4-9
Co-create and co-teach a digital fluency curriculum in grades 5-7
Collaborate with both the technology team and faculty to develop and teach an innovative, integrated, and immersive scope and sequence to all grade levels
Teach robotics to 4th grade students and plan for the introduction of coding at higher grades
Work alongside grade-level teams in the assessment of student progress in digital literacy and technology in grades 4-9
Teach electives (pertaining to, but not limited to, making, coding, and robotics) in Middle School and Upper School
Attend regular divisional, grade-level, and subject-area meetings to provide support and guidance surrounding technology integration
Remain current on, and share information about, pedagogy and educational technology trends as well as the impact those trends might have on children
Collaborate with faculty to plan the integration of STEAM throughout the School and teach a STEAM course at one grade level
Contribute to a strong parent educational technology program through new and existing outreach methods
Help to develop and maintain acceptable use policies for students and faculty
Provide assistance in configuring and troubleshooting individual computers including hardware/software, iOS devices, printers, all presentation hardware, and other various technology-related equipment
Assist in the training of faculty, staff, and administration in the use of the school's hardware and software resources
Act as a resource in troubleshooting users’ Apple, Microsoft Office, cloud-based and other software applications employed by the School
Experience with MacOS, iOS, and practical knowledge of mainstream educational software applications
An understanding of appropriate uses of technology in a K-9 setting, particularly in a 1:1 learning environment
Demonstrated experience teaching a variety of basic and emerging technology skills, including but not limited to, digital fluency, computer science, 3D printing, IoT, AR/VR, etc.
Must be able to support diverse levels of technical ability and skill sets
Energetic and eager to engage with students, faculty, and parents
Excellent communication skills (written and oral) and interpersonal skills
Ability to take initiative and work independently as well as part of a team
Innovative, results-oriented, and energetic problem solver
Please visit The Allen-Stevenson School website at www.allen-stevenson.org for additional information. To explore this exciting opportunity, please submit a current professional resume, along with a cover letter explaining your interest and qualifications, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Selected candidates will complete a process that includes a telephone and web interview, some group interviews, and a visit to the School which will include a sample teaching lesson.
The Allen-Stevenson School actively seeks to forward its diversity goals through its process of hiring faculty and staff. We value diversity in our professional community and the student body.
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