The Instructional Technology Coordinator reports directly to the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction and is critical to ensuring that the district is enabling equitable outcomes for all children. Provides program leadership and coordination for the District 65 instructional technology use in collaboration with the Technology and Curriculum and Instruction departments with the goal of integrating technology to accelerate learning outcomes and preparation for students.
Education: A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education/Instructional Technology or related field.
Experience: Successful experience in a K-8 environment, hands-on experience integrating technology in classrooms, education technology environment, curriculum design and implementation, developing and delivering technology training to adult learners, and strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Situated on the shores of Lake Michigan and just north of Chicago, District 65 serves approximately 8,000 students in pre-k through eighth grade. In partnership with our educators, families, and community, our school district focuses on racial and educational equity, academic growth, and the social/emotional wellbeing of every child.
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