As SF Day opens its new facility, this administrative role will provide the leadership and vision for how the instructional opportunities enabled in the new Innovative Lab, Arts Center, Design Workshop, Performance Center, and Roof Top Garden can expand opportunities for students to discover interests and passions, engage with new and emerging technologies, and explore environmental and social challenges their generation will surely face. This role will guide the instructional programming and innovation initiatives that will take place in the new facility and align and integrate it with the learning taking place throughout the school.
Areas of Focus:
Faculty leadership and Development
Innovation Space/s management and development
students expand the ways in which they discover interests and express their learning?
students leverage new and emerging technologies to explore relevant and real world problems?
design, fabrication, performance, and sustainability be more intentionally integrated into the K-8 curriculum.
Work with department chairs to develop a cohesive strategy for increasing innovation across the curriculum
Other Departmental Roles
Instructional Technology Coach
Provide instructional leadership and support for faculty and staff to integrate and advance the use of instructional technology.
Collaborate with faculty and staff to work towards strategic goals that can be addressed by instructional technology and innovative solutions.
Direct classroom instruction.
Maintain and support the technological systems in the school through vendor and staff management
Manage the budget for technology and innovation department
Advance degree and related experience preferred
Deep knowledge of innovation and curricular trends within independent schools
Strong leadership and team-building skills
Passionate about innovation and how it can improve student learning
About San Francisco Day School
Carney, Sandoe and Associates is an educational recruitment firm that places teachers in private, independent and like kind (charter, magnet, pilot and merit) schools across the nation and internationally. Since 1977 we have placed over 28,500 teachers and administrators in independent schools.