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Tenth Annual

Marbury Technology

Innovation Award

 

Alabama Department of Education, Technology Initiatives

The tenth annual "Chiquita Marbury Technology Innovation Award," sponsored by the Alabama Department of Education, in honor of Chiquita Marbury's invaluable years of service as a technology innovator in Alabama, was presented at the 2013 Alabama Educational Technology Conference (AETC). Ms. Marbury was a passionate visionary in technology integration and led the charge to help educators in the state toward improved teaching, leading, and learning through technology. One of Ms.Marbury's many contributions was the director and original organizer of the successful state-wide training initiative, Technology in Motion. Exemplary educators received awards in each category:  1) Elementary Teacher, 2) Middle School Teacher, 3) High School Teacher, 4) School Administrator, 5) District Technology Coordinator, and 6) Superintendent/Central Office Staff. Nominations for the Marbury Technology Innovation Award open each year in April. Once opened, nomination forms will be available on this page.

Nominees are judged based upon the following five (5) criteria:
1. Innovation and Creativity (25 points)

2. Impact on Teaching and Learning (25 points)

3. Leadership (25 points)

4. Teamwork (15)

5. Scholarship (10 points)

Transforming learning one child at a time was Marbury’s daily pursuit. After 10 years, this passion is continued through the Marbury Technology Award program. The winners who reflect the Marbury standard of excellence and who continue to be inspired by her dedication and commitment to education are:

 

2013 Marbury Technology Innovation Award Winners

 

Suzanne Lacey 

David Crouse
Roanoke City Schools
Superintendent/Central Office Staff

 

barbara burch 

Debbie Rice
Auburn City Schools
Technology Coordinator

 

 

Tricia Culpepper
Cullman City Primary School
Cullman City Schools
School Administrator

Ginger Fletcher 

Davina Mann
Owens Cross Roads Elementary
Madison County Schools
Teacher

Briana Morton 

Molly Bates
Russellville Middle School
Russellville City Schools
Teacher

Laren Hammonds 

Keith Fulmer
Hoover High School
Hoover City Schools
Teacher

 

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Past Marbury Technology Innovation Award Winners


2012
Dr. Suzanne Lacey
Ms. Barbara Burchard
Mr. Craig Bates
Ms. Ginger Fletcher
Ms. Briana Morton
Ms. Laren Hammonds
2011 
Ms. Tammy Brown
Mr. Mark Coleman
Mr. Randy Fuller
Ms. Jana Hoggle
Ms. Tamara Sanders
Dr. Avis Williams
2010 
Ms. Sallie Chastain
Ms. April Chamberlain
Mr. Patrick Patterson
Ms. Shelley Patterson
Mr. Dennis Shows
Mr. Derrick Waddell

2009
Suzanne Freeman

Dr. Donna Goode
Farrah Kilgo
Tim Southerland
Wendy Stephens
Crystal Wright

2008 
Ms. Jennifer Barnett
Dr. Shirley Coker
Mrs. Sylvia Dean
Mrs. Marcia Frederick
Dr. J. Terry Jenkins
Mr. Carl Thomas Whitten

2007
Dr. Frank Buck
Mr. Shawn Nutting
Mrs. Edith Pickens
Beverly Simon



2006
Mr. Mark McCrory
Mrs. Susan Nicely
Mrs. Kathy Rains
Mrs. Vickey Sullivan

    2005
Mrs. Amanda Fox
Dr. Angela Guess
Dr. Faron Hollinger
Faustin N. Weber

  2004
Dr. Charlotte Brown
Dr. Leon Hobbs
Mrs. Jacqueline Lampley
Mrs. Ginny Murray

 

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