The School at Columbia has 3 divisions, primary (k-2); intermediate (3-5); middle (6-8). Each division has an Educational Technologist.
This position is in the Middle Division (6-8).
Responsibilities: Create and teach curricular materials for grades 6-8 students in class periods dedicated to Technology. Collaborating with other teachers in designing and implementing units of study in accord with The School's educational perspective and curricular architecture Providing support to The School's teachers and students in the creation, implementation, and use of the technology resources in classrooms Assist in the effective integration of technology; generally supporting classroom technology, while increasing each teacher's ability to support classroom technology Working with the Division Directors, Technology Director, and the other Educational Technologists to ensure that goals for the application of technology and general competencies are being met within a curricular framework Committing to an individualized professional development plan; Serving as a mutually respectful mentor to Associate Teachers and Interns Serving as a student advisor to middle division students and families Fulfilling all duties, responsibilities, and commitments as outlined in the Working at The School Guidebook and the University's code of conduct.
Internal Number: 7909
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