Literacy with ICT Leader

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Approved:
November 3, 2014

Position: Literacy with ICT Leader

Reports to: Superintendent/CEO

Position Purpose and Goals: The Literacy with ICT Leader provides leadership and professional development support to professional certified staff with the implementation of Literacy with Information and Communication Technology (LwICT) in Prairie Rose School Division.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Provides leadership to the division’s Literacy with Information and Communication Technology planning committee
  • Facilitates professional staff development in accordance to the division’s goals and provincial curriculum outcomes
  • Facilitates collaboration amongst teachers, school based professional learning groups, with their development of lesson plans and/or projects that integrate technology
  • Collaborates with school resource teachers in the identification and implementation of assisted learning technology for struggling learners
  • Evaluates and recommends emerging technologies for K – 12 classrooms
  • Designs and delivers workshops that are aligned to divisional goals and directions
  • Recommends policy development and/or policy revisions that ensures the ethical use of technology by students, teachers, and support staff
  • Recommends appropriate technology materials and resources
  • Adheres to and communicates copyright laws and guidelines pertaining to the legal and ethical distribution and usage of software to professional staff
  • Provides educational leadership during the technology/instructional budgetary process
  • Represents the school division on divisional and provincial committees
  • Prepares and submits reports as required by the Superintendent/CEO and/or Board of Trustees

Education and Experiential Requirements

  • Bachelor of Education supplemented with technology related courses and/or certifications
  • Five years of teaching experience
  • Experience with the Maplewood student management software
  • Excellent oral, written, and presentation skills
  • Proven system leadership in the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of a divisional technology for teaching and learning strategic plan
  • Demonstrated achievement in the innovative application of educational technology, including emerging technologies, to teaching and learning practices
  • Demonstrated knowledge in best practices in student assessment and evaluation
  • Demonstrated knowledge of research and best practice in differentiated instruction, including Universal Design for Learning
  • Demonstrated experience and success in facilitating professional and support staff professional development at both the school and divisional levels
  • Demonstrated success in working with classroom teachers with their integration of technology in teaching and learning practices