Additional Qualifications include:
Undergraduate degree in Mathematics and/or Science and/or STEM preferred or related field, Masters preferred.
Experience in delivering professional development to teachers.
Evidence of at least three (3) years of exemplary classroom teaching experience.
A proven track record in the use of a rich array of instructional methods, the analysis and use of data and technology to improve instruction, and the ability to build professional relationships, solve problems, and plan collaboratively.
Evidence of productive experience with problem-based learning.
Proven ability to apply science and/or math content knowledge, formative assessment, and technology integration at a high level.
Under the direction of the Divisional Principals, this position is responsible for implementing and developing the STEM curriculum. This position is also responsible for collaborating with teachers in promoting interdisciplinary STEM activities into the core curriculum as well as supporting the technology department in maintaining the needs of the community.