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Dr. Demetria Monix-Goode

Instructional Technology Manager

MonixDD@scsk12.org

 

Dr. Monix-Goode is a graduate of Jackson State University with a B.S. Degree in Marketing (from the School of Business). She also attended Cumberland University receiving a Master’s of Arts in Teaching and The University of Memphis, receiving a Master's Plus 45. Dr. Monix-Goode is also a graduate of Union University completing a Specialist Degree in Administration and Supervision as well as completing her Doctoral Degree from Union University in Leadership. Dr. Monix-Goode is the published author of Middle School Students’ Perceptions of the Learning Environment and Middle School Students’ Reading Achievement. Serving as an adjunct professor for the University of Phoenix since 2005, Dr. Monix-Goode has provided extensive training for Memphis Teaching Fellows and The New Teacher Project as a trainer and workshop presenter preparing aspiring teachers for the field of education.

Employed with Shelby County Schools as a Marketing Education teacher for 19 years before transitioning to the role of Instructional Analyst, Dr. Monix-Goode was responsible for training teachers, principals, and district level employees on the integration of technology and instruction. Dr. Monix-Goode has also served as a Tennessee Academic Specialist and Instructional Coach for the Memphis City School District as well as a Literacy Common Core Coach for the Tennessee State Department of Education.

Today, Dr. Monix-Goode is currently extending her services as the Instructional Technology Manager for the Shelby County School District. She is a member of the Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Kappa Delta Phi, Phi Beta Lambda, and the American Marketing Association. She is the mother of 1 son (Ethan Pierre Goode II).

 

 

 


 
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