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Mrs. Brown, Instructional Coach

We miss our students during this Covid-19  shutdown. We hope to see everyone very soon!
 
 While nothing can replace face-to-face interaction with an educator, access to instructional materials is essential during an extended closure. Beginning the week of April 6, 2020, RCS will offer optional assignments and activities to keep students engaged throughout the COVID-19 shutdown. New assignments will be added for each week of the shutdown. Also, BHS teachers in all content areas will be sharing supplemental resources via their websites and will provide feedback on submitted assignments, although a grade will not be given.
 
Parents, if you need anything, please do not hesitate to call or email. We will take care of you!
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The mission of the Rutherford County School System is 
"
Empowering Today's Students to
Grasp Tomorrow's Opportunities."

The instructional technology team works in support of the district's mission
by providing leadership in the ongoing development and improvement of teacher
instructional practice through purposeful integration of digital resources
that result in student achievement growth.

#rcsblends

Instructional Coach Job Description
Under the direction of the Instructional Technology Coordinator, the essential function of the technology coach is to facilitate the implementation and integration of technology in Pre-K-12 classrooms. The technology coach also provides ongoing job-embedded professional development for teachers, staff, and administration on infusing technology into the core curriculum areas, models effective instructional strategies using technology, and leads discussions with teachers on the latest research on technology integration. Technology coaches assist teachers in using technology for assessing student learning, differentiating instruction, and providing rigorous, relevant, and engaging learning experiences for all students. 
  • Team teaching new programs and lessons to your students 
  • Digital citizenship lessons (online safety, social media awareness, creating effective passwords, etc.)
  • Working with PLC groups to find ways to analyze data and to share remediation and enrichment resources
  • Meeting with teachers during planning periods to train on a wide variety of programs and to help with technology integration into lesson plans.
  • Offering after-school professional development to demonstrate and train on educational technology integration.
 

 

Kaitlin A. Brown, M.Ed

Instructional Coach

Blackman High School  

615-904-3850 ext. 22924

 

Twitter: @mskatebrown628