Instructional Technology Training Specialist
Must hold a license issued by any agency.
The license position area must be in one of the following areas: Elementary Teacher, Title I, Instructional.
The license must be in one of the following grades: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th.
The license status must be active or about to graduate from a state-approved teacher preparation program.
11 month position
Supervised by and/or Reports to: Supervisor of Digital Learning and Innovation; Building level Administrator.
General Responsibilities: Assume a coaching role at the building level in developing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the school’s site plan for effective integration of instructional technology in the classroom.
Essential Duties: (This list is intended solely as an illustration of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific duties does not exclude their addition if they are similar to or a logical extension of the position.)
Attends and participates in all division-level meetings related to alignment and implementation of the division technology initiative, and is on the technology committees. Maintains communication with the TSPEC’s Researches and assists with the writing of technology Keeps current with new technologies and their application across all curricula, K-12. Keeps current in basic technology troubleshooting techniques. Creates and maintains technology integrating online courses using the Division’s Learning Management System (LMS). Trains staff on all Division applications and on how to create and effectively use digital resources. Supports Instructional Technology initiatives including blended learning, project based learning, and one to one programs and initiatives. Works collaboratively with individual teachers or groups of teachers to integrate technology into instruction. Assists with curriculum and content development to ensure technology integration. Identifies trends in software, curriculum, teaching strategies, and other educational areas and disseminates information regarding technology resources, emerging technologies, best practices using technology and professional development Assesses levels of teacher and student technology use and skills/needs before planning, developing, and implementing training materials and Models effective instructional strategies using technology. Chairs the technology committee at the building level. Supports implementation of the division, state and school level technology plans. Uses data to design technology-based instructional strategies. Recommends hardware, software, and related resources. Identifies trends in software, curriculum, teaching strategies, and other educational Creates learning resources for administrators, teachers, staff, and students. Provides training for and monitors teacher web Works with testing coordinators to ensure that the comprehensive assessment plan is implemented Assists in the ordering of some hardware and software and preparation of purchase requisitions. Maintains databases and records of technical certifications. Works with administrators and teachers to plan and coordinate digital citizenship into existing and new Maintains accurate and up-to-date records of all training, building level Internet Safety activities for all stakeholders, and maintain logs of all other time spent on daily Models and trains on the skills necessary to schedule and/or administer online tests. Requisite Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Demonstrates intermediate knowledge of educational technology integration best practices and the use of Demonstrates knowledge of school management technology and its applications in relation to the dissemination of student performance data at all levels. Demonstrates effective and efficient problem solving skills. Demonstrates interpersonal skills in working effectively with all staff and students in the application of Demonstrates skills in communicating effectively orally and in writing. Demonstrates efficient time management and organizational