Educational Partner/Technology Instructional Coach

Job Level
Mid-level position
Job Category
  • Education
  • Technology
Job Status
Areas of Responsibility
  • All School
  • Instructional Technology

Eanes ISD is currently seeking an Educational Partner/Technology Instructional Coach for the 2021-22 school year! We offer great pay and benefits!!

*Only applications submitted through the Eanes ISD website will be considered for employment*

Please submit your application online at

Detailed information and job descriptions are available on the Eanes ISD website.

Primary Purpose:

The following statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned and should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions that may be assigned or skills that may be required.


• Bachelor’s degree required
• Master’s degree preferred
• Valid teacher certificate required

Special Knowledge/Skills:

• Knowledge of curriculum design and implementation
• Ability to interpret data and evaluate instructional programs and teaching effectiveness
• Well-versed in thoughtful technology integration
• Ability to develop and deliver professional learning to adult learners
• Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills


• Three or more years of experience in a teacher leadership role/coaching role
• Five or more years teaching experience preferred

Major Responsibilities, Duties, and Functions:

Learning Facilitator: As a learning facilitator, an Educational Partner helps coordinate and facilitate learning experiences for school staff.

• Well-versed and able to provide professional learning and support for all staff to implement the district’s guaranteed-viable curriculum, best instructional practices, high quality assessment strategies and a student-centered learning environment.
• Visible and available at your primary campus on a regular basis for just-in-time support and learning for staff and students.
• Coordinate projects with CIA department including staff development and programs throughout the year and during the summer for your primary campus and across the district.

Catalyst for Change: An Educational Partner models and facilitates continuous improvement on the classroom, school and district levels.

• Serve as the bridge for effective communication and planning for change between your primary campus and CIA Department as well as any other stakeholders.
• Support the CIA department by leading the vetting and procuring process as well as the design, development, and analysis of curriculum tools, apps, instructional resources and other online curricula that integrates seamlessly on student devices.

Data Coach: Educational Partners are the liaisons between research and practice, helping teachers learn to improve their practices in a reflective supportive setting.

• Coordinate and facilitate assessment practices with the CIA department to assist teachers to ensure valid, timely, and informative data collection.
• Demonstrate and facilitate protocols, systems and routines for collecting and using student work and performance data to make informed instructional decisions.

Learner: In the role of Learner, the Educational Partner models continuous learning.

• Connect with other educators and professionals to improve collaboration both within the district and globally.
• Actively pursue and share professional growth and development to keep abreast of current educational trends and research as related to practices including instructional technology.

Mentor: As a Mentor, the Educational Partner builds relationships and serves as a critical friend supporting all teachers.

• Utilize strong consulting and collaboration skills to serve as a mentor for teachers as learners.
• Anticipate and prepare for the needs of campus staff.

School Leader: An Educational Partner as a school leader assists and serves on leadership teams within the school for the district.

• Collaborate with district, school, and grade-level/department teams in a variety of capacities.
• Lead in implementation of the District and Campus Improvement Plans and the strategies contained therein including technology, curriculum and pedagogical practices.

Curriculum Specialist: The Educational Partner supports teachers by helping with the "what" of teaching.

• Coordinate with the CIA Department to facilitate the implementation of state/district curriculum initiatives including new TEKS in core areas and technology applications. This will include leading grade level core meetings in developing curricular documents and assessments.
• Create, implement, and support curriculum that utilizes multimedia and multimodal resources to support teachers foster and improve an accessible learning environment.

Resource Provider: As a Resource Provider, the Educational Partner assists teachers with materials, tools, information, etc. to support classroom instruction.

• Act as an accessible district and campus resource who is skillful and reliable in providing faculty with research-based practices, materials and insights.
• Design, create and publish multimedia and online content including learning modules, tools, videos, print materials and courses for a wide-variety of audiences.

Classroom Supporter: As a Classroom Supporter, an Education Partner is a co-planner, a co-teacher, and a feedback provider.

• Co-teach and model instruction including best practices in the use of technology, use of flexible spaces, SEL & UDL and disciplinary literacy strategies, etc.
• Support teachers to plan, implement and receive feedback to improve instruction for all student groups.

Instructional Specialist: The Educational Partner supports teachers by helping with the "how" of teaching.

• Consistently model, observe and provide feedback concerning the best practices in a classroom, with considerations for content area distinctions.
• Partner with the CIA Department to serve as an expert to support implementation of instructional strategies to meet the needs of all students.


• May include willingness to work hours in addition to the regular work day, either in person or online.
• May include other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions:

Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:

Tools/Equipment Used: Standard office equipment including personal computer and peripherals
Posture: Prolonged sitting; occasional bending/stooping, pushing/pulling, and twisting
Motion: Repetitive hand motions, frequent keyboarding and use of mouse; occasional reaching
Lifting: Occasional light lifting and carrying (less than 15 pounds)
Environment: Work inside; frequent districtwide travel; occasional statewide travel
Mental Demands: Work with frequent interruptions; maintain emotional control under stress

How to Apply

Please submit your application online at