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2022-23 Local Technology Grant Winners Announced


2022-23 Moody ISD Teacher Technology Grant Winners - Round 1

Moody ISD teachers continue to be pioneers in instructional technology  providing the best educational experience for our students.


Elementary - 
  • Jennifer Bradley and Alison Richardson: LeapPad Ultimate tablets w/educational app bundle
  • Melanie Rice, Ashley Hemphill, and Brittney Noel: Chrome charging cart, wireless document camera and presentation remote
  • Beth Alton and Amy Washburn: wireless document camera and mobile laptop stand
High School -
  • Brannon Chatham: 2 Robotics laptops, CNC Router
  • Lyndsey Yates: 2 in 1 Tablet, mobile laptop stand
High School -
  •    Brannon Chatham: DJI Avata Pro-View Combo Done
Middle School - 
  • Mary Hicks: Wireless document camera and VR software for Goggles
  • Lauren Addison and Tabitha Rush: Class set headphones
Elementary -
  • Lori Orr - Wireless Document Camera
  • Lisa Jones - Wireless Document Camera
  • Olivia Goodman - Wireless Document Camera
  • Mallie Chatham - Wireless Document Camera
  • Mickayla Hohhertz - Wireless Document Camera
  • Kimberly Bassett - Wireless Document Camera
  • Carrie Boothby - Wireless Document Camera
  • Cathy Martin - Wireless Document Camera
  • Christy Martin - Wireless Document Camera
  • Erin Mechell - Wireless Document Camera
  • Alison Richardson - Wireless Document Camera
  • Jennifer Bradley - Wireless Document Camera

Moody ISD teachers may apply for funding to assist them in securing technology for integration into their classroom instruction.  Research in Digital Age Learning shows that when technology is implemented effectively with the curriculum, learning is enhanced in powerful ways.  Technology resources can provide teachers and their students with:

  • Access to up-to-date, primary source material,
  • Methods of collecting and recording data,
  • Ways to collaborate with students, teachers, and experts around the world,
  • Opportunities for expressing understanding via images, sound, and text,
  • Learning that is relevant and assessment that is authentic, and
  • Training for publishing and presenting their new knowledge.

As part of this technology grant initiative, Moody ISD makes a commitment to the SAMR model. The Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition model offers a method of seeing how computer technology impacts teaching and learning.