Upper School, Educational Technologist

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The Upper School Educational Technologist is responsible for assisting faculty to create dynamic learning environments for students as a key part of the one-to-one technology program in grades 9-12. Applicants with classroom teaching experience in the humanities, MCL, or other upper school subjects are strongly encouraged to apply.

• Provide direct guidance and support in the use of technology for teaching faculty
• Provide ongoing training and professional development for faculty
• Partner with administration and faculty in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of technology in curricula, course materials, and methods of instruction across disciplines
• Provide administrative and technical support for instructional technology, including coordination of start-of-year training for new faculty and students
• Provide administrative setup, ongoing support, and faculty training for Learning Management System
• Maintain records of progress with classroom technology efforts by departments and individual faculty
• Supervise student spaces as assigned, instruct students individually and in group settings (to include teaching up to one course per term)
• Guest-teach and co-teach across disciplines
• Assist individual faculty in establishing clear learning objectives for lessons, units, and projects utilizing appropriate technology
• Maintain contact with students and parents via effective and regular communication
• Provide a variety of resources for students to explore, manipulate and use technology in classrooms, labs and other school environments
• Collaborate with teachers and administrators in the development, evaluation, and revision of upper school programs
• Maintain expertise in the field through ongoing professional development demonstrating a commitment to the field of study or knowledge of learning styles
• Attend professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops in order to maintain and improve professional competence
• Other duties as assigned


Bachelor’s degree or postgraduate work in education or educational technology
• 5+ years experience as an upper school educator
• Experience in a one-to-one environment using cloud-based office-suite software
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills
• Demonstrated understanding of technology in curriculum design
• Demonstrated ability to communicate with diverse faculty and student populations
• Experience in curricular design, inquiry-based learning, and classroom teaching
• Ability to relate and interact with adolescents and faculty
• Empathy for supporting diverse levels of technical ability and skill set
• Energetic and eager to engage actively with students and parent community
• Appreciation for diversity and commitment to the goal of maintaining an authentic,
inclusive community  

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