For over 114 years, DCD has flourished as an independent, coeducational day school in the Boston area. Our teachers and staff bring our mission to life in a number of ways: provide students with developmentally appropriate challenges and lessons; offer a rich balance of programs in arts, athletics, and academics; build a strong and inclusive community; and inspire students to be caring and ethical members of the larger world. DCD serves a diverse student body of 257 students in Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Our classrooms and playing fields are located on our 17-acre bucolic campus.
A competitive salary and benefits package is offered to faculty and staff, including rich professional development opportunities. DCD seeks and supports diversity in its faculty and staff, and builds a community of educators with strong cross-cultural competency.
DCD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, national and ethnic origin, religion, or sexual orientation in regard to its educational policies, admission policies, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
Position: Director of Academic Technology
Department: Technology and Innovation
Reports to: Director of Information Technology
Please send cover letter and resume to email@example.com and put “Director of Academic Technology” in the subject line, or mail to Dedham Country Day School, 90 Sandy Valley Road, Dedham, MA 02026 Attn: Gail Schnopp. More information about the school can be found at dedhamcountryday.org
Duties and Responsibilities
- Collaborate with teachers to select technology tools and content that supports curricular goals and matches children's developmental needs
- Aprise teachers of new technologies by being a source of ideas, practical tips, inspiration, and energy
- Teach model lessons or co-teach during projects as needed
- Research current tech resources and trends, and build on shifts in educational technology to inform goals and objectives for technology integration
- Ensure the successful establishment and maintenance of partnerships to support the strategic goals of the educational technology program
- Work with the school and families to address digital citizenship and other social issues that involve technology
- Develop and support instruction related to STEAM clubs, activities, or miniterm projects
- Design, coordinate and provide instructional technology in-service opportunities for students, faculty and staff, including orientation training for new and returning faculty during the last two weeks of August