EdTech Coaching Job Descriptions #edtechcoach #educoach #coaching

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One of the most intriguing job titles I’ve seen for this new position of “technology” or “digital” coach is St. Vrain Valley School District’s Learning Technology Coach. Consider the summary of the position:

It is the Learning Technology Coach’s task to provide site-based support for high quality teaching and learning through the effective utilization of learning technology. The purpose of the Learning Technology Coach is to increase a school’s capacity to incorporate learning technology and 21st century skills to enhance student performance through systemic professional development support. 

Learning Technology Coaches will provide support to classroom teachers, teacher librarians, school administrators, school leadership teams and other educational staff. In this role, Learning Technology Coaches are agents of change and actively engaged in professional capacity building through systems thinking, curriculum planning, lesson design and instruction.

Another interesting component is the following chart:

How is YOUR district defining the “edtech coaching” position?


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  1. I am noticing job postings for “educational technologist”. It appears to be someone that coaches teachers, helps guide the district with their technology plan and plans professional development for teachers.

    I am excited to see more and more districts turning to technology coaches who can provide targeted job embedded professional development for the teachers.

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