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Members of the Gilbert Computer Science Implementation Team include (front row, left to right) Amanda Ostrem, Lynne Reid, Angie Bonthuis, Caroline Samson, (back) Steven Burianek, Troy Staudt, Jerry Hales and Wes Onken.

Facts (for 2022-23)

  • 4-8 total, up to 2 per building
  • Position is in addition to your current teaching assignment
  • Not a tech support position
  • 1 additional contract day in the summer
  • $3000 stipend*

Description

  • Member of the K-12 Computer Science team and participate in content-specific professional development training as needed.
  • Attend monthly computer science meetings.
  • Support technology curriculum development, which includes strengthening 21st-century skills for technology and technology integration.
  • Design and provide learning for building staff during professional development time.
  • Assist with previewing software and piloting tools/technology, implementation, and data collection around the use of technology, including Computer Science Standards.
  • Participate in Infinite Campus professional development training as needed in order to serve as a support for building teachers.
  • Participate in the development of a school-wide culture that promotes professional growth
    and student learning.
  • Attend TLS meetings throughout the year.
  • Stipend includes reading of an assigned book along with reflections to be completed before the school year begins.
  • Invite and encourage other teachers to observe specific transformational technology strategies in your classroom at least once per semester
  • Members of this team may hold another position within the Teacher Leadership System.

*Stipend is an addition to the teacher’s base salary as according to the District Salary Schedule