Digital Learning - Instructional Technology Program Coordinators (aka Digital Learning Leader)
Primary Purpose:  Serve as a strong building teacher leader with the emphasis on Digital Learning.  This role provides the opportunity to positively lead and model in buildings as a greater part of the digital learning team.  Read the full role description here.

Characteristics: The Instructional Technology Program Coordinator:
  • values opportunities to innovate, collaborate and engage in rigorous learning 
  • supports and works as part of  a collaborative team
  • supports staff members in the integration of technology into their instructional delivery 
  • empowers students to more effectively communicate and demonstrate their learning
  • provides professional development for staff and technology leadership at the school level
  • supports and models best practices in their classroom 
  • assist teachers in applying best practice utilizing digital tools and methodologies
  • promotes the effective use of student devices as tools to promote, engage and transform the learning experience 
  • infuses technology resources into curriculum, instruction and assessment
  • shares the Monroe School District’s Vision for technology integration, learning and leading.
Benefits:
  • $1, 739 annual stipend
  • Access to "Train the Trainer" Workshops
  • Monthly Professional Development
21 Positions Available:

Monroe High School - 4 positions
Leaders in Learning High School - 1 position
Hidden River Middle School - 2 positions
Park Place Middle School - 3 positions

Chain Lake Elementary - 2 positions
Fryelands Elementary - 2 positions
Frank Wagner Elementary - 2 positions
Maltby Elementary - 2 positions
Salem Woods Elementary - 2 positions

Sky Valley Education Center - 1 position