Job Goal: To provide a technology and media - rich environment for students and staff that facilitates the integration of technology and innovation into the school’s instructional and support programs which, in turn, supports the whole child and provides for maximum student performance.
Performance Responsibilities: Coordinate and complete the implementation of the District Technology Plan; facilitate the integration of technology as outlined in school based plans; coordinate instructional and non-instructional computer activities, including strategic planning, budget development and management, and resource allocation; coordinate and chair the District Council on Learning and Technology; design and provide professional development models for training all personnel in the effective use of technology; coordinate and conduct virtual and on-site professional development; provide technical guidance to leadership staff with respect to all aspects of technology; provide support and guidance for all software acquisitions and implementations; keep apprised of developing technologies, and use gained knowledge to keep the district at the forefront of technology utilization to enhance student and staff performance; assist with grant writing projects to help acquire hardware and software for the district; assist with the technology component of all school- and district- based programs; direct school surveys on training needs; evaluate the impact of software programs on district technology infrastructure and work with the Assistant Superintendent for Learning to compare these results with their impact on instruction; Maintain effective communication and coordination between the department of Innovation and Technology and all other departments/schools; Provide support for the coordination of vertical organization and articulation of instructional technology, PK-12; collaborate with the Director of Information and Communication Services, crossing department boundaries in servicing district needs; attend School Board meetings and prepare reports and presentations as required; report regularly to the Superintendent on any developments or situations requiring the attention of Senior Staff within the district; apprise the Superintendent about developments and situations that warrant Superintendent attention; perform other functions as may be assigned by the Superintendent.
The person in this position reports directly to the Superintendent and is on the Senior Executive Staff.
Master's degree with an emphasis in instructional technology or technology systems. Knowledge of state and national technology initiatives and knowledge in curriculum and technology integration.
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About Charlotte County Public Schools
The School District of Charlotte County is a small/medium school district with approximately 18,000 students and 2,200 employees. Charlotte County is on the Southwest coast of sunny Florida, encompassing the Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, and Englewood areas. The School District includes ten elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, three centers, one technical college, three charter schools, and one virtual school.
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